The MuchMusic Video Awards, also known as the MMVAs, is an annual event presented by the Canadian music video channel MuchMusic to honor the year’s outstanding music videos. The 25th MuchMusic Video Awards was held on Sunday, June 15, 2014. Reality TV stars Kylie and Kendall Jenner hosted the event. The ceremony was held as a large street party including the MuchMusic World Headquarters, its parking lot and some part of Queen Street West in downtown Toronto, Ontario. Click here to watch the program. Read on for Movie News Guide’s (MNG) MMVAs report to know more about the big winners.
The MMVAs is not only about the fashion, style and vigorous performances but also some of the great stars winning the prestigious awards for their talent and hard work. Moreover, Hedley with three trophies and Drake with two trophies were among the winners at MuchMusic Video Awards.
We have compiled a list of winners just in case you missed it. You may also opt to click HERE. Congratulations to all the winners!
Complete list of MuchMusic Video Awards 2014 Winners:
Post-production Video of the Year:
City and Colour, “Thirst”
Best International Video of the Year by a Canadian:
Drake feat. Majid Jordan, “Hold On We’re Going Home”
Video of the Year:
Your Fave Artist:
Your Fave Video:
Your Fave International Artist:
Pop Video of the Year:
Rock/Alternative Video of the Year:
Sam Roberts Band, “Shapeshifters”
Best International Video by a Group:
Imagine Dragons, “Demons”
International Video of the Year by an Artist:
Much Fact Video of the Year:
Dance Video of the Year:
Auto Erotique, “Asphyxiation”
Director of the Year:
Thugly, “Run This”
Hip Hop Video of the Year:
Drake, “Worst Behaviour”
What do you think of the winners this year? Did the right candidate win? Let us know by posting your thoughts in the comments section below.
And that’s it for the MuchMusic Video Awards update. For more details about the Muchmusic Video Awards 2014, including the winners and fashion verdict, stay tuned here on Movie News Guide (MNG).
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