Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, and Taio Cruz were double winners at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Canada on Sunday, scooping two top honors apiece.
Gaga kicked off the prizegiving in Toronto with a performance of her new track "The Edge Of Glory," before singer/actress Selena Gomez took to the stage as co-host of the event.
She whipped the crowd into a frenzy by declaring, "You guys may not know this, but I love everything about Canada."
Bieber landed the first prize of the night for his track" Somebody to Love" – he tied for Best International Video of the Year by a Canadian with Drake's "Find Your Love."
Bieber continued his winning streak by claiming the fan-voted Ur Fave New Artist prize for "Somebody to Love." Gaga also claimed two prizes – International Video of the Year Artist for "Judas" and Ur Fave International Video for "Born This Way" – as did Cruz. The British R&B star won the MuchMusic.Com Most Streamed Video trophy and the Most Watched Video award for "Dynamite."
Canadian rock chick Avril Lavigne caused controversy during the ceremony by accidentally saying the ';F' word during a performance of her track "What the Hell."
Other winners at the ceremony included Far East Movement, who scooped International Video of the Year for "Like a G6," and singer Shawn Desman, who was honored with the Video of the Year for "Electric/Night Like This."
Gaga closed the show with a performance of "Born This Way."
Also attending were stars like Ian Somerhalder, Nikki Reed, Nina Dobrev, Cody Simpson, Bruno Mars, and many more.
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