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iHeartRadio Music Awards: Imagine Dragons' 'Demons' Named Best Alternative Rock Song of the Year

May 2, 2014 (2:19 am) GMT
After the Las Vegas band beats competitors like Lorde and Arctic Monkeys, Rihanna returns to the stage to collect Best Song of the Year award for her collaboration with Mikky Ekko, 'Stay'.

More winners at the first-ever iHeartRadio Music Awards have been announced. claimed the Alternative Rock Song of the Year award after their "Demons" beat ' "Do I Wanna Know", 's "Pompeii", ' "Safe and Sound" and 's "Royals".

After returned to the stage with his band to perform "City of Angels", collected her third award at the event that night. The singer won the Best Song of the Year award for her collaboration with Mikky Ekko, "Stay".

"Thanks to radio for playing my music. This record wouldn't have been this big if it wasn't for you," said RiRi, who was previously announced as a winner in the Best Hip-Hop/R&B Song of the Year and the Best Fan Army categories.

Later that night, came to the stage to accept the Country Song of the Year award for his hit song, "Boys 'Round Here". The country superstar managed to beat his own song "Mine Would Be You", which was nominated in the cateogry alongside 's "That's My Kind of Night", 's "It Goes Like This" and and 's "Highway Don't Care".

2014 iHeartRadio Music Awards: Arrivals | Press Room


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