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Winners of the MTV Video Music Awards

Here are the winners of Thursday night’s 29th annual MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles:

– Video of the year: Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris, “We Found Love.”

– Best pop video: One Direction, “What Makes You Beautiful.”

– Best new artist: One Direction, “What Makes You Beautiful.”

– Best female video: Nicki Minaj, “Starships.”

– Best male video: Chris Brown, “Turn Up The Music.”

– Best hip-hop video: Drake featuring Lil Wayne, “HYFR.”

– Best video with a message: Devi Lovato, “Skyscraper.”

– Best electronic dance music video: Calvin Harris, “Feel So Close.”

– Most share-worthy video: One Direction, “What Makes You Beautiful.”

– Best rock video: Coldplay, “Paradise.”

– Best direction: M.I.A., “Bad Girls.”

– Best art direction: Katy Perry, “Wide Awake.”

– Best choreography: Chris Brown, “Turn Up the Music.”

– Best editing: Beyonce, “Countdown.”

– Best visual effects: Skrillex, “First of the Year (Equinox).”

– Best cinematography: M.I.A., “Bad Girls.”

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