2014 VMAS: Full List of Winners

2014 VMAs

Anyone who watched the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night is likely still trying to recover from Beyoncé ‘s amazing performance of EVERY SINGLE SONG on her self-titled studio album, which was released last December without any promotion or warning.

Honestly, this has probably been the best VMAs since 2008, and I’m not saying that simply because Britney took home every award she was nominated for that night.

Tonight Miley Cyrus won the top award as her #1 hit single “Wrecking Ball” took home the Moonman for Video of the Year.

The singer took a back seat Sunday night and let a young man accept her award to raise awareness for runaways and homeless youth. Take a look at the full list below:

MTV Artist to Watch:
Fifth Harmony – Miss Movin On

Best Rock Video:
Lorde – Royals

Best Pop Video:
Ariana Grande featuring Iggy Azalea – Problem

Best Female Video :
Katy Perry featuring Juicy J – Dark Horse

Best Male Video:
Ed Sheeran featuring Pharrell – Sing

Best Hip Hop Video:
Drake featueing Majid Jordan – Hold On (We’re Going Home)

Best Lyric Video:
5 Seconds of Summer – Don’t Stop

Best Choreography:
Sia – Chandelier

MTV Clubland Award:
Zedd featuring Hayley Williams – Stay the Night

Best Cinematography:
Beyoncé – Pretty Hurts

Best Collaboration:
Beyonce featuring Jay-Z – Drunk In Love

Best Video with a Social Message:
Beyoncé – Pretty Hurts

Video of the Year:
Miley Cyrus – Wrecking Ball

Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award:

Best Editing:
Eminem – Rap God

Best Direction:
DJ Snake & Lil Jon – Turn Down For What

Best Art Direction:
Arcade Fire – Reflektor

Best Visual Effects:
OK Go – The Writing’s On the Wall