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Adam Lambert, Britney Spears, Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato Win 2nd O Music Awards

November 2, 2011 (2:05 am) GMT
The other artists, who are also lucky to bring home an award each, include Bjork, Nirvana, Marilyn Manson, James Blunt and Tokio Hotel.
Adam Lambert, Britney Spears, Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato Win 2nd O Music Awards

Celebrating online artists, innovators and fans impacting digital music culture, MTV's second O Music Awards has announced its full winner list. The likes of , , and were among the lucky ones who took home a prize each.

Adam was named Must Follow Artist on Twitter, beating , , , , Mark Hoppus and . The former "" contestant tweeted, "Wow! Won @MTV Must Follow Artist on Twitter! http://omusicawards.com only thanks to all of YOU! Thanks!!! The support means so much! #MTVOMA."

Britney got Most Outrageous Tweet, pushing aside , Health, and . Meanwhile, her "" tourmate, Joe, was honored with Best Lyrics Video through his "See No More" viral clip. He won it over , , and D.Willz.

Demi brought home Best Artist With a Cameraphone. The former "" star beat Katy, Bieber, The Deftones, Portugal. The Man, , , , and .

The other winners included (Digital Genius Award), (Best Vintage Viral Video), (Too Much Ass for TV), and (Oops, I Did It Online). , who won Best Army FTW in the first O Music Award, managed to grab a trophy from the same category.

2nd O Music Awards was held on Monday, October 31 in West Hollywood, and was headlined by . The other artists who made merry the gig included Demi, , , and Tyler, the Creator. There was also who honored Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.



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