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MTV Video Music Awards 2014: Beyonce Honored With Vanguard Award as Full Winners Are Revealed

August 25, 2014 (4:46 am) GMT
The singer, who also performs a lengthy medley of songs from her latest self-titled album during the event, receives her award from husband Jay-Z and daughter Blue Ivy.

The 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, which aired from the Forum in Inglewood, California, has just been wrapped up. As previously announced, was a big winner at the event as she was honored with the coveted Video Vanguard Award.

"To the greatest living entertainer," husband , who carried their daughter Blue Ivy, said onstage while handing the award to his beloved wife. Looking emotional, Bey said, "I just thank God for this moment," before thanking her husband as well as her fans. "Blue Blue, I love you," she added.

Beyonce officially joins previous recipients of the award, which has so far included , , and . Wrapping her figure in a Tom Ford custom bodysuit, the 32-year-old diva also rocked the arena with a lengthy medley of songs from her latest album.

The former member wasn't the only big winner at the annual awards show. took home the Video of the Year award for her "Wrecking Ball", edging out fellow nominees including ' "Happy", Beyonce and Jay-Z's "Drunk in Love" and 's "Fancy".

Other VMA winners this year include (Best Female Video for "Dark Horse" ft. ), (Best Male Video for "Sing"), (Best Pop Video for "Problem" ft. Azalea), (Best Rock for "Royals") and (Best Hip-Hop for "Hold On (We're Going Home)" ft. ).


2014 MTV Video Music Awards: Arrivals | Press Room | Performances


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