2010 MuchMusic Video Awards
This year Miley Cyrus co-hosted the 2010 Much Music Video Awards in Toronto, Canada, alongside the hosts of Much Music. There were tons of live performances, thousands of screaming fans and a few technical difficulties. But difficulties aside, this year’s MMVA’s were a success, particularly for some artists who walked away with multiple awards.
MuchMusic Video Award Winners
The Awards We Saw:
- Best International Video by a Canadian: Justin Bieber for One Time
- MuchVibe Hip-Hop Video of the Year: Trey Songz & Drake for Successful
- Pop Video of the Year: Hedley for Cha-Ching
- Ur Fave New Artist: Justin Bieber
- Video of the Year: Hedley for Perfect
- International Video of the Year: Miley Cyrus for Party in the USA
- Ur Fave International Video: Adam Lambert for Whataya Want from Me
- Ur Fave Video: Justin Bieber f. Ludacris for Baby
The Awards We Didn’t See:
- International Video of the Year by a Group: Jonas Brothers for Paranoid
- Post Production of the Year: Hedley for Perfect
- Cinematography of the Year: Trey Songz & Drake for Successful
- Director of the Year: Michael Maxxis for Billy Talent’s Saint Veronika
- MuchLoud Rock Video of the Year: Billy Talent for Devil on my Shoulder
- MuchFact Indie Video of the Year: Belly f. Snoog Dogg for Hot Girl
MMVA Musical Performances
This year your fave stars were all over the MMVA stage, handing out awards or introducing the performers, but only a select few were worthy of performing. Miley Cyrus opened the show with Party in the USA, followed by Down with Webster, Adam Lambert, Marianas Trench, Ke$ha, Hedley, Katy Perry, Drake (after a lot of stalling and technical difficulties) and Justin Bieber (which had most of the girls in the crowd screaming and crying). Miley Cyrus closed the show with her new song I Can’t Be Tamed, complete with jerky and spastic dance moves.
All in all, the 2010 MMVA’s were successful, and Justin Bieber and Hedley walked away with the most awards. No surprise there!