Taylor Swift found this award unbelievable. She appreciated her fans’ votes to make her the best on MTV Video Music Awards 2023.
Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero” music video won the best music video award at MTV Awards 2023. Not only this award, but the night of the awards was full of surprises for many.
After winning the award, Taylor Swift spoke on stage. Her words were, “This is unbelievable. The fact that this is a fan-voted award means so much to me. I can’t believe it was a year ago that I announced the ‘Midnights’ album.”
The venue of the 2023 MTV Music Awards was the Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey. Even before the show, people were expecting it would be Swift’s award. NSYNC were the first presenters on stage. They shared the stage with Taylor Swift for the best pop video. Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, Lance Bass, JC Chasez, and Justin Timberlake were others who entertained the crowd.
Swift took almost all the awards except two. In addition, she was named Artist of the Year. Overall, she won nine out of 11 awards. Interestingly, all the nominees of the 2023 MTV Music Video Awards were women.
Other Award Winners at MTV Music Video Awards 2023
Ice Spice won the award of the best Artist. Her words were when getting the award, “Oh my God, this is so cool. I just want to thank my munchkins.”
The audience enjoyed the latest music in the award show. First, the crowd enjoyed with Nicki Minaj, a show host. Her first song was her latest single. It was “Last Time I Saw You”. She also presented a brand-new tease from her highly-anticipated album. It is “Pink Friday 2”.
MTV Music Video Awards are considered a music’s global power. We confirm it because it is also reported that Brazilian superstar Anitta and K-pop bond Tomorrow X Together premiered “Back for More,” their new collaboration.
Other performances from K-Pop group Stray Kids, Mexicana star Peso Pluma, and Karol G. The songs were S-Class. Lady Gaga, Ta OK (remix), and Oki Doki. Selena Gomez and Rema got the award for “Best Afrobeats” due to the massive hit of “Calm Down.”
Another important award was taken by Colombian icon Shakira. It was the Video Vanguard Award. She gave the performance of her decades-old hit “She Wolf. She also collaborated with Rauw Alejandro’s “Te Felicito.” She also collaborated with Wyclef Jean for her massive hit “Hips Don’t Lie.” Shakira also appreciated MTV in the following words, “MTV, thank you for being such a big part of my career since I was only 18 years old.”