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MuchMusic Video Award Winners Announced

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The 2024 MuchMusic Video Awards delivered an explosive evening as the biggest and brightest stars in music shone on stage. The legendary corner of Queen and John in downtown Toronto was packed with thousands of fans to celebrate the best music videos of the year. Co-Hosts LMFAO led an action packed evening, sharing the limelight with the biggest superstars in music, including Justin Bieber, Kelly Clarkson, Katy Perry, and Flo Rida.

The two-hour special is available now on demand at muchmusic.com and will encore throughout the week, including Monday, June 18  and Wednesday, June 20. 

First-time MMVA performer Carly Rae Jepsen was the big winner of the night with three MMVAs for Video of the Year, MuchMusic.com’s Most Watched Video, and the all-important fan-driven UR Fave Video of the Year for “Call Me Maybe”.

Teenage dream Katy Perry rocked the 2024 MMVAs’ stage after taking home two MMVAs for International Video of the Year and UR Fave International Artist or Group. Co-hosts and party-rockers LMFAO snagged the MMVA for International Video of the Year and owned the show with a mighty mash-up performance of “Party Rock Anthem”, “Champagne Showers”, “Sorry For Party Rocking”, and “Sexy and I Know It”. Capping off the night, Justin Bieber delivered stellar performances of “All Around The World” and “Boyfriend” after winning the award for International Video of the Year by a Canadian and the award for UR FAVE Artist or Group.

Marianas Trench delivered a killer performance of “Fallout” after taking home MMVAs for Pop Video of the Year and Cinematography of the Year. Ed Sheeran’s performance showed Canada why he is a #1 artist in the UK, Nelly Furtado’s performance of “Hoops” was a slam dunk and Kelly Clarkson hit all the high notes with her performance of “Dark Side and Stronger”. Hedley gave a live performance of the new track “Kiss You Inside Out” and had fans at the intersection of Queen and John in a frenzy.

And the winners are…


Carly Rae Jepsen – “Call Me Maybe”

UR FAVE Artist or Group

Justin Bieber

UR FAVE International Artist or Group

Katy Perry

MuchMusic.com Most Streamed Video

Carly Rae Jepsen – “Call Me Maybe”

Video Of The Year

Carly Rae Jepsen – “Call Me Maybe”

International Video Of The Year - Artist

Katy Perry – “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)”

International Video Of The Year - Group

LMFAO – “Sexy and I Know It”

Pop Video of the Year

Marianas Trench – “Haven’t Had Enough”

International Video Of The Year By A Canadian

Justin Bieber – “Boyfriend”

MuchLOUD Rock Video Of The Year

The Sheepdogs – “I don’t Know”

MuchVIBE Hip-Hop Video Of The Year

Drake f. Lil Wayne and Tyga – “The Motto”

Director Of The Year

Danny Fernandes f. Josh Ramsay and Belly – “Hit Me Up”

Post-Production Of The Year

Down With Webster – “Big Wheels”

Cinematography Of The Year

Marianas Trench – “Fall Out”

MuchFACT Indie Video Of The Year

City and Colour – “Fragile Bird”

Handing out the awards tonight was a cast superstar presenters, including Anjulie, Cody Simpson, Darren Criss, Chord Overstreet, Conor Maynard, Danny Fernandes, Down With Webster, Dragonette, Far East Movement, Jesse Metcalfe, Kreesha Turner, Lights, Lucy Hale, Munro Chambers, Perez Hilton, Rico Rodriguez, Shenae Grimes, Shawn Desman, These Kids Wear Crowns and Victoria Duffield.

Official sponsors of the 2024 MMVAs include: Virgin Mobile, BlackBerry, Coca-Cola Canada Ltd., Get a Load of Milk, JUST DANCE, Procter & Gamble, SUBWAY Restaurants, Canada, and H&M, designer of the official MMVAs wristband.

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