Entertainment Drake and Lorde among iHeartRadio Much Music Video Award winners

10:40  19 june  2017
10:40  19 june  2017 Source:   Cover Media

Drake and Lorde among iHeartRadio Much Music Video Award winners

  Drake and Lorde among iHeartRadio Much Music Video Award winners Drake, Ed Sheeran and Lorde were among the big winners at the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards on Sunday night (18Jun17). Hotline Bling singer Drake took home two awards at the ceremony, hosted by DNCE frontman Joe Jonas and singer Alessia Cara in Toronto, Canada, for Most Buzzworthy Canadian Artist and iHeartRadio Canadian Single of the Year for his track One Dance. Lorde, meanwhile, was honoured with the gong for iHeartRadio International Artist of the Year, and also delighted the audience at the awards by performing her new single Green Light. Following the win, Lorde took to her Twitter to express her excitement over the award, writing: "omg (oh my God) canada THANK U (sic) FOR MY MMVA!!!! i love u can't wait to be back for tour." Ed was named Most Buzzworthy International Artist, while Shawn Mendes took home the prize for Best Pop Video for his catchy hit Mercy. One Directioner-turned-solo artist Niall Horan was named Fan Fave International Artist or Group and also performed single Slow Hands at the event, while Justin Bieber took home the award for Fan Fave Artist or Group. Another former band member who has recently ventured into the solo music world is Camila Cabello, who was honoured following her Fifth Harmony exit with the prize for Best New International Artist. Picking up the gong, she dedicated it to her dad Alejandro Cabello, "because it's Father's Day.

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Drake, Ed Sheeran and Lorde were among the big winners at the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards on Sunday night (18Jun17).

Hotline Bling singer Drake took home two awards at the ceremony, hosted by DNCE frontman Joe Jonas and singer Alessia Cara in Toronto, Canada, for Most Buzzworthy Canadian Artist and iHeartRadio Canadian Single of the Year for his track One Dance.

Lorde, meanwhile, was honoured with the gong for iHeartRadio International Artist of the Year, and also delighted the audience at the awards by performing her new single Green Light.

Following the win, Lorde took to her Twitter to express her excitement over the award, writing: "omg (oh my God) canada THANK U (sic) FOR MY MMVA!!!! i love u can't wait to be back for tour."

Camila Cabello scoops gong at iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards

  Camila Cabello scoops gong at iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards Former Fifth Hramony star Camila Cabello has collected the Best New International Artist gong at the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards in Toronto, Canada.The 20-year-old star - who has gone solo after leaving Fifth Harmony in December 2016 - collected her prize at the annual Canadian awards show, where she also performed on stage.

The supermodel presented the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards in Toronto yesterday, and the red suit she's rocking here was just one of the many outfits she wore throughout the night. Grammy Award winner The Weeknd and singer Shawn Mendes have six nominations each.

Artist or Group, will be among the performers at the ceremony, with Iggy, Lorde , DNCE and Imagine Dragons The nominations for the 2017 iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards are as follows Ed Sheeran. Katy Perry. Lorde . Niall Horan (Wildcard winner ). Fan Fave Artist or Group: Drake .

Ed was named Most Buzzworthy International Artist, while Shawn Mendes took home the prize for Best Pop Video for his catchy hit Mercy. One Directioner-turned-solo artist Niall Horan was named Fan Fave International Artist or Group and also performed single Slow Hands at the event, while Justin Bieber took home the award for Fan Fave Artist or Group.

Another former band member who has recently ventured into the solo music world is Camila Cabello, who was honoured following her Fifth Harmony exit with the prize for Best New International Artist.

Picking up the gong, she dedicated it to her dad Alejandro Cabello, "because it's Father's Day."

Camila had earlier opened the awards by belting out her track Crying in the Club, surrounded by dancers, while other performances during the evening came from stars including Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds and Australian rapper Iggy Azalea.

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It’s no surprise that Drake was an early winner at the 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards — but the whole list was full of our favorites. International Video of the Year: “Royals” by Lorde . Video of the Year: “Anything” by Hedley. More winners will be added throughout the night…

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Iggy, who had earlier walked the red carpet in a revealing lace-up pink gown, changed into a yellow lace-up suit for her performance of Switch, which saw her share the stage with a host of backing dancers.

The full list of winners is as follows:

Most Buzzworthy Canadian: Drake

Most Buzzworthy International Artist or Group: Ed Sheeran

Best New Canadian Artist: PartyNextDoor

Best New International Artist: Camila Cabello

iHeartRadio International Artist of the Year: Lorde

iHeartRadio International Duo or Group of the Year: Imagine Dragons

iHeartRadio Canadian Single of the Year: One Dance - Drake featuring Wizkid & Kyla

Fan Fave Video: Knocking At The Door - Arkells

Fan Fave Artist or Group: Justin Bieber

Fan Fave International Artist or Group: Niall Horan

Video of the Year: R.E.D. - A Tribe Called Red featuring Yasiin Bey, Narcy, & Black Bear

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Best Post-Production: Seeing Double - Sleepy Tom featuring Tonye

Best EDM/Dance Video: Venus Fly - Grimes featuring Janelle Monae

Best Director: Stadium Pow Wow - A Tribe Called Red

Best Pop Video: Mercy - Shawn Mendes

Best Rock/Alternative Video: In A World Possessed By The Human Mind - The Tragically Hip

Best Hip Hop Video: Picasso Leaning - Tasha The Amazon

Best MuchFact Video: Acid Test - River Tiber

Fan Fave Much Creator: YouTwoTV

Lorde: 'I found fame and criticism of my looks overwhelming' .
Lorde has admitted criticism of her looks "rocked" the singer following the global success of her first album. The music star confessed in a new interview that she was really affected by the online criticism she received after her 2013 debut single Royals topped the charts when she was just 16 years old. Lorde, who is about to release Melodrama, the follow-up to her 2013 debut Pure Heroine, revealed she faced negative comments about her looks and body. “It rocked my foundations and could have f**ked me, you know?" she told NME magazine. “I remember being made aware of my looks and my body in a way that I had never been. “I remember all these kids online, I think I beat their favourite people to number one, and they were like, ‘F**k her, she’s got really far apart eyes’ Just weird s**t like that. But I was able to return to my family and shelter against that and get to where I am now. I feel so comfortable in myself.” Now a music veteran at just 20, New Zealand-born Lorde, real name Ella Yelich-O'Connor, also explained to the British publication that experiencing success so early was challenging, and she "sucked at being famous". “When it was happening, I was quite overwhelmed by it. But that was a long time ago," she sighed. “If anything, I’ve slowly been getting less famous since Royals was really big. Which is totally cool for me… I suck at being famous.” The singer, who weathered technical difficulties during her performance at Tennessee's Bonnaroo festival on Sunday (11Jun17), promised a "new level of frankness" with her forthcoming release. “The first record was ‘we’ and ‘us’. And this record is ‘I’. The focus does close in,” she said.

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