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Host Hailee Steinfeld Arrives at the MTV EMAs 2018

Host Hailee Steinfeld Arrives at the MTV EMAs 2018

Shawn Mendes picked up the Best Live Award and the Best Canadian Act gong whilst Dua Lipa won Best Pop and Cardi B took home the Best New award. Women who have lived in fear.

Jackson was subsequently banned from attending the MTV Video Music Awards later that year and her invite to the Grammy's revoked.

In addition to her acceptance speech, Jackson also performed a collection of some of her greatest hits, including "Rhythm Nation" and "All for You", along with her 2018 song, "Made for Now".

Dua Lipa has definitely been the one to watch over the past two years, and she always kills it in the style stakes.

The 21-year-old singer and actress will serve as host for the evening, as well as take the stage as a performer.

Other highlights include Hailee Steinfeld officially kicking off the show with an EMA award art heist, followed byPanic! Frontman Brendon Urie was depicted in a video as climbing down the façade of the Bilbao Exhibition Centre before he was lowed from the hall's ceiling while singing the opening of "High Hopes".

The spectators went wild singing along to "Malamente" by Spanish sensation Rosalia, but the most moving performance belonged to Halsey.




"Women who have been gagged".

"I'm feel honoured that every Malaysian supported me".

American D.J. Marshmello, who won "Best Electronic", closed out the night alongside Anne-Marie with their hit "FRIENDS" and alongside Bastille with "Happier".

Flizzow emerged as the Best Southeast Asia Act victor.

Camila Cabello added plenty of red carpet glamour in a floor-length princess-style dress that would not have looked out of place at the Oscars.

Nicki Minaj was also a big victor, earning Best Look and Best Hip-Hop.