Archive for November, 2011

MTV EMA 2011, 06.11.2011 was held in Belfast. The host was Selena Gomez. There are many artist who came to Belfast to perform. They are Snow Patrol, Jason Derulo, Red Hot Chilly Papper, Cold Play, Bruno Mars, LMFAO and many more guess starts.


Selena Gomez as the host of EMA 2011

After an absolutely astonishing amount of voting from fans ( over 158 million votes ! ), the 2011 MTV EMA winners have been announced, and the chosen ones have walked home ( or perhaps been chauffeured to the after-party) with the coveted awards. Lady Gaga dominated the show, leaving Belfast with four wins ( Best Female, Best Song, Best Video, and  Biggest Fan).

      Lady Gaga, the Winner of  Best Female

Lady Gaga, the Winner of  Best Video

Lady Gaga got allot of awards

She wasn’t the  only multiple award winner, though. EMA regulars 30 Seconds to Mars received the first award of the night from the red carpet  preshow for Best Alternative and were  honored again with Best World stage.

30 Second To Mars received the first award,

Best Alternative and Best World stage

Bieber fever infected voters and led to him heading away with Best Male and Best Pop, while Bruno Mars topped off a stellar 2011 with victories iln Best Push and Best New.

Justin Bieber, the Winner of  Best Male and Best Pop

Bruno Mars, the Winner of Best Push and Best New

Eminem’s mantle will be loaded up with some more EMA hardware with his repeat win of Best Hip Hop, and Katy Perry proved to be an EMA favorite again as well by being rewarded with Best Live.

Katy Perry, the winner of  Best Live

Best Rock went to Linkin Park, and Korean band, BigBang proved that they rock around the world by winning the inaugural award in the category of  WorldWide Act.

BigBang,winning Best WorldWide  Act

Rounding out the  night of awards was the incomparable Queen, who were awarded the Global Icon award prior to an electrifying performance that included Adam Lambert on vocals. Congratulation to all our 2011 winners on their richly deserved EMAs!

Queen as the Global Icon


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