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Hedley, Drake Dominate 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards Full Winners List

June 16, 2014 (4:17 am) GMT
Hedley wins three awards, including Video of the Year for their 'Anything', while Drake bags two for his 'Hold on, We're Going Home' and 'Worst Behavior' videos.

The full winners list of 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards has been revealed. was the biggest winner at the event held on Sunday night, June 15 in Toronto, Canada, as they walked away with three awards after their "Anything" visuals won the Pop Video of the Year, Favorite Video of the Year and Video of the Year titles.

also scored multiple wins at the 25th annual awards show. The rapper nabbed the International Video of the Year by a Canadian and the Hip-Hop Video of the Year award for his "Hold on, We're Going Home" and "Worst Behavior" respectively.

, despite all the negative media coverage, once again won the Favorite Artist of the Year. The 20-year-old troubled star won the same title last year. His on-again, off-again girlfriend , meanwhile, grabbed the top prize in Favorite International Artist category.

Other notable winners included and . The Las Vegas-based rock band claimed the International Video of the Year (group) for their "Demons", while the New Zealand superstar had her "Royals" named the International Video of the Year.

2014 MuchMusic Awards Winners List:


2014 MuchMusic Video Awards: Arrivals | Performances


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