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MTV VMAs 2011: Katy Perry Wins Top Honor, Adele Leads Winner List

August 29, 2011 (4:14 am) GMT
The wife of Russell Brand grabs Video of the Year, fellow singer Adele dominates with four kudos, while Lady GaGa adds another Moonman by winning Best Female Video.
MTV VMAs 2011: Katy Perry Wins Top Honor, Adele Leads Winner List

All winners of 2011 MTV Video Music Awards have been revealed. Taking home the top honor is none other than . The "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" hitmaker won Video of the Year, bringing home a total of three prizes.

In winning the top honor, Katy beat , , and Best New Artist winner . She previously bagged Best Collaboration and Best Special Effects, both thanks to her -featuring video for "E.T."

Although losing Video of the Year to Katy, Adele is a big winner. She pocketed a total of four coveted awards; Best Art Direction, Editing, Cinematography, and Direction, for her "Rolling in the Deep" video.

Another artists who scored more than one prize is . The Mother Monster first snatched Best Video with a Message before adding Best Female Video to her collection later in the evening. She won both for "Born This Way" clip.

The other winners include (Best Male Video), (Best Choreography), (Best Pop Video), (Best Hip-Hop), and (Best Rock Video).

The 28th annual MTV Video Music Awards featured live performances by the likes of , , Beyonce and GaGa. The winners were announced by such presenters as , , , and .





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