MMVA 2012 – Winners

Hosts LMFAO kick off the 2012 MMVAs photo: MuchMusic / Instagram

Sunday night, Toronto’s entertainment district came to a halt near the MuchMusic Headquarters as they took over the street to put on another spectacular MuchMusic Video Awardsshow, hosted this year by ‘party-rockers’ LMFAO. Each year the MMVAs have grown into a truly impressive concert and entertainment showcase amazingly packing a massive multi-aspect main stage into the back parking lot with a second stage on the street as well as finding performance spaces and presenting awards throughout the MuchMusic building. With simple, straight-ahead performances like those from Kelly Clarkson, Hedley and a beautiful stripped down acoustic “The A Team” by Ed Sheeran to the mind blowing extravaganzas from LMFAO, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry, music certainly takes centre-stage on the night. While the performance were a highlight, the main reason for the show was the awards, which were presented by a vast array of celebrities like;  Darren Criss, Chord Overstreet, Perez Hilton, Lucy Hale, Shanae Grimes,

Justin Bieber wraps up the 2012 MMVAs photo: MuchMusic / Instagram

Kelly Osbourne, Jesse Metcalfe. The big winner of the evening was Carly-Rae Jepsen, who picked up three awards, Katy Perry and Marianas Trench each took home two awards.

 

 

 

The 2012 MuchMusic Video Awards went to:

UR Fave International Artist or Group: Katy Prry
UR Fave Video of the Year: Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”
UR Fave Artist or Group: Justin Bieber
Video of the Year: Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”
International Video of the Year, Group: LMFAO’s “Sexy and I Know It”
International Video of the Year by a Canadian: Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend”
International Video of the Year, Artist: Katy Perry’s “Last Friday Night”
MuchMusic.com’s Most Streamed Video of the Year: Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”
Much Vibe Hip Hop Video of the Year: Drake’s “The Motto”
Director of the Year: Danny Fernandes, “Hit Me Up”
MuchLoud Rock Video of the Year: The Sheepdogs’ “I Don’t Know”
Cinematography of the Year: Marianas Trench’s “Fallout”
Rock Video of the Year: Marianas Trench’s “Fallout”
Post-Production of the Year: Down with Webster’s “Big Wheels”

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