2022 MTV EMAs: Taylor Swift Picks Up Top Awards

Taylor Swift at the 29th MTV Europe Music Awards in November 2022
Taylor Swift at the 29th MTV Europe Music Awards in November 2022. Photo by Anthony Harvey/Shutterstock (13619329fc)

The MTV Europe Music Awards returned this past weekend and Taylor Swift walked away with most awards by the end of the night. She won several major accolades with a 10-minute-version of “All Too Well” and picked up a total of four trophies at this ceremony.

Swift came into the night with five nods and managed to win most of the awards she was nominated for. She was named the best artist and best pop artist, in addition to picking up two more awards for “All Too Well”—best video and best longform video.

It was also a big night for Nicki Minaj, who managed to beat the likes of Harry Style and Lizzo to pick up the award for the best song with her chart-topping single “Super Freaky Girl”.

David Guetta also collected two awards—best electronic and best collaboration for “I’m Good (Blue)” ft. Bebe Rexha. Harry Styles, who was the most nominated artist with seven nods, managed to win two trophies—best live and best UK & Ireland act.

The 2022 MTV Europe Music Awards took place at the PSD Bank Dome in Düsseldorf, Germany on November 13. Rita Ora and Taika Waititi were in charge of hosting the ceremony.

Full List of Winners at 2022 MTV Europe Music Awards:

Best Song: Nicki Minaj – Super Freaky Girl
Best Video: Taylor Swift – All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)
Best Artist: Taylor Swift
Best Collaboration: David Guetta & Bebe Rexha – I’m Good (Blue)
Best Live: Harry Styles
Best Pop: Taylor Swift
Best K-Pop: Lisa
Best Latin: Anitta
Best Electronic: David Guetta
Best Hip Hop: Nicki Minaj
Best Rock: Muse
Best Alternative: Gorillaz
Best R&B: Chlӧe
Best Longform: Taylor Swift – All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)
Video For Good: Sam Smith – Unholy (ft. Kim Petras)
Biggest Fans: BTS
Best Metaverse Performance: BLACKPINK The Virtual PUBG Mobile
Best Look ‘Personal Style’: Rita Ora
Generation Change: Lina Deshvar, Anna Kutova and Anfisa Yakovina