Taylor Swift, Psy and Carly Rae Jepsen win big in Frankfurt
The 2012 MTV European Music Awards were last night. Held in Frankfurt, Germany and hosted by supermodel and television personality Heidi Klum, the event was possible in association with Windows and Replay.The night didn’t hold too many surprises as regards the winners but it wasn’t any less spectacular because of that.
Taylor Swift consolidated her status as the world’s favorite country pop singer, winning Best Female. She’s young but she’s also incredibly relatable, so fans can never get enough of her.
She also took home the award for Best Live and Best Look.
Justin Bieber too got another confirmation that he’s the biggest teen idol of our times, even though he probably has as many “haters” as he has loyal supporters.
He won Best Male and, even though he wasn’t there to accept the award, still managed to get his Beliebers thrilled.
His protégée Carly Rae Jepsen, she of the “Call Me Maybe” fame, one of the most parodied songs of recent years, also won big, taking home the award for – what else – Best Song.
Carly added another award to the collection with a win for Best Push.
Psy, the South Korean pop star who is literally the biggest viral star of the year with his “Gangnam Style,” won Best Video.
He was in attendance at the awards show and, in between rubbing shoulders with the A-list, also found the time to meet American reality television royalty Kim Kardashian, at the show with her beau, rapper Kanye West.
Not the kind to miss the opportunity to share this with her fans, Kim tweeted a picture of the three backstage.
British pop band One Direction won Best Fans.
Below is the complete list of winners, check it out to see if your favorite made the cut.
Best Female: Taylor Swift
Best Song: Carly Rae Jepsen, “Call Me Maybe”
Best Male: Justin Bieber
Best Live: Taylor Swift
Best Look: Taylor Swift
Global Icon: Whitney Houston
Best Video: PSY, “Gangnam Style”
Best Worldwide Act: Han Geng (Asia Pacific)
Biggest Fans: One Direction
Best World Stage: Justin Bieber
Best Push: Carly Rae Jepsen
Best Alternative: Lana Del Rey
Best Electronic: David Guetta
Best Hip Hop: Nicki Minaj
Best New: One Direction
Best Pop: Justin Bieber
Best Rock: Linkin Park