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MTV Video Music Awards 2011: Adele, biggest winner


Pregnant Beyoncé at the MTV Video Music Awards.

 

Tyler, the Creator won “Best New Artist” at VMA 2011

 

VMA 2011: tribute to Amy Winehouse.

 

The 28th Annual MTV Video Music Awards 2011 (VMA 2011), was held in Los Angeles at the Nokia Theatre on Sunday August 28.

 

Adele's Rolling in the Deep was the biggest winner at MTV Video Music Awards 2011

Adele's Rolling in the Deep was the biggest winner at MTV Video Music Awards 2011

Adele, 23, English singer-songwriter, won four awards for Rolling in the Deep: Best Direction in a Video (Director: Sam Brown), Best Art Direction in a Video (art director: Nathan Parker), Best Editing in a Video (editor: Art Jones at Work), Best Cinematography in a Video (director of photography: Tom Townend).

Another big winner of MTV Video Music Awards 2011 was Katy Perry, 26, singer-songwriter and actress, was awarded three times. Firework became Video of The Year. E.T.  (Katy Perry featuring Kanye West) received Best Collaboration and Best Special Effects in a Video (special effects: Jeff Dotson for Dot & Effects).

Katy Perry was nominated ten times, while Adele and Kanye West were nominated seven times.

Lady Gaga, 25, pop singer-songwriter, won Best Female Video and Best Video

Katy Perry's Firework  became Video of The Year at MTV Video Music Awards 2011

Katy Perry's Firework became Video of The Year at MTV Video Music Awards 2011

with a Message for Born This Way.

Britney Spears, 29, singer-songwriter, actress  and fashion designer, received Best Pop Video for Till the World Ends and the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.

Beyoncé won Best Choreography in a Video (choreographers: Frank Gatson, Sheryl Murakami and Jeffrey Page) for Run the World (Girls).

Beyoncé, 29, R&B singer, actress and fashion designer, announced that she was pregnant with her first child.

Other MTV Video Music Awards 2011 went to:

Justin Bieber (Best Male Video for U Smile),  Tyler, the Creator (Best New Artist for Yonkers), Foo Fighters (Best Rock Video for Walk), Nicki Minaj (Best Hip-Hop Video for Super Bass), Maná (Best Latino Artist of 2011 for Lluvia al Corazón).