The MTV VMAs were held Sunday night at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, and the star-studded event was as unpredictable and entertaining as ever. Britney Spears rocked the stage for the first time since 2007, performing her new single “Make Me” with G-Eazy, and Kanye West did what he does best by giving a speech with a cheeky reference to his ongoing feud with Taylor Swift.
The MTV VMAs 2016 had no official host, but the stars seemed to manage just fine. Jimmy Fallon made a cameo as Ryan Lochte; the Final Five U.S. Olympic gymnasts, minus Gabby Douglas, served as presenters; and Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award winner Rhianna performed some of her top hits throughout the evening. Find out which of your favorite artists won the biggest honors at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Best New Artist Winner: DNCE
Joe Jonas Net Worth: $18 Million
Joe Jonas’ new band DNCE seems be off to a great start, as the group was named Best New Artist at the MTV VMAs, following a win for Choice Party Song for their hit “Cake By the Ocean” at the Teen Choice Awards. The group’s hit song has gone double platinum.
Jonas has fared well since the Jonas Brothers broke up. His net worth is estimated at $18 million.
Video of the Year, Best Female Video and Best Pop Video: Beyoncé
Beyoncé Net Worth: $450 Million
Beyoncé owned the MTV VMAs, winning Video of the Year, Best Pop Video and four other accolades for her song “Formation,” and Best Female Video for “Hold Up.” She also took home the Breakthrough Long Form Video award for “Lemonade.”
Both “Formation” and “Hold Up” are from the 20-time Grammy winner’s “Lemonade” album, which, at one point, had all 12 songs on the Hot 100 at once.
Best Male Video and Best Electronic Video: Calvin Harris
Calvin Harris Net Worth: $170 Million
Calvin Harris took home the Best Male Video MTV VMA for his hit “This Is What You Came For,” featuring Rihanna, and Best Electronic Video award for his collaboration with Disciples on the song “How Deep Is Your Love” — his first VMA wins since 2012.
Co-written by his ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift, “This Is What You Came For” garnered over 108 million streaming plays by July 13, 2016, according to Billboard, and “How Deep Is Your Love” achieved platinum status in Jan. 2016. After 12 weeks on the Billboard charts, “This Is What You Came For” currently holds the No. 3 rank.
While he’s not currently on tour, Harris entered a three-year partnership with the Hakkasan group in Las Vegas in 2015. The deal landed him a resident DJ gig at Hakkasan nightclub, Wet Republic and Omnia nightclub.
Best Hip Hop Video: Drake
Drake Net Worth: $85 Million
The MTV Video Music Awards 2016 serves as the third time Drake dominated the Best Hip Hop Video category, this time for his hit “Hotline Bling.” The multi-platinum single spent 36 weeks on the Billboard charts, peaking at the No. 2 position.
The Grammy winner released his latest album “Views” in May, which debuted at No. 1 on the charts and streamed a record 245.1 million songs its first week. Drake is currently on his Summer Sixteen tour through Sept. 17.
Best Rock Video: Twenty One Pilots
Tyler Joseph’s Net Worth: $8 Million
Twenty One Pilots song “Heathens” was honored with the MTV VMA for Best Rock Video. The group’s had an outstanding year, winning two Billboard Music Awards and two iHeartRadio Music Awards in 2016.
From “Suicide Squad: The Album,” the song “Heathens” has spent eight weeks on the Billboard charts, peaking at No. 4. The group, along with lead singer Tyler Joseph, is on their Emotional Roadshow World Tour until April 8, 2017.
Best Collaboration: Fifth Harmony, Ty Dolla $ign
Camila Cabello Net Worth: $3 Million
Fifth Harmony and Ty Dolla $ign song “Work From Home” earned the MTV VMA for Best Collaboration — serving as the second VMA in the girl group’s collection. The double platinum song hit the Billboard charts 13 weeks ago and peaked at No. 4.
The group released its second studio album “7/27” on May 27 and are on The 7/27 Tour until Nov. 4.