2018 MTVEMA大獎,Camila Cabello、Nicki Minaj和Janet Jackson成為焦點

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  • 2018 MTVEMA大獎,Camila Cabello、Nicki Minaj和Janet Jackson成為焦點

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    ◎女性藝人主宰了2018 MTV歐洲音樂錄影帶大獎(MTV EMA),其中Camila Cabello、Nicki Minaj和Janet Jackson都獲得重要的獎項,上台表演的Bebe Rexha、西班牙明星Rosalía和主持人Hailee Steinfeld也表現出色。

    ◎第25屆MTV EMA在西班牙畢爾包展覽中心舉辦,Nicki Minaj在開場表演之外,還獲得了最佳嘻哈及最佳造型兩個獎項。Camila Cabello雖然沒有上台演出,但她贏得了四個獎項,包括最佳藝人、最佳歌曲以及〈Havana〉一曲獲得最佳MV。其他獲獎者包括Dua Lipa獲得最佳流行音樂藝人,Cardi B獲得最佳新人,去年在EMA表現優異的Shawn Mendes今年拿下最佳現場表演獎,5 Seconds of Summer樂團獲得最佳搖滾獎。入圍數目5項僅次於Camila Cabello的Ariana Grande則遺憾的空手而歸。主持人是奧斯卡提名的女演員兼歌手Hailee Steinfeld,她的魅力和舞台表現使她成為EMA近期歷史上表現最好的主持人之一。

    ◎其他出色的表演還有獲得全球巨星獎的Janet Jackson演唱了〈Made For Now〉、〈All for You〉和〈Rhythm Nation〉三首歌的組曲。在發表得獎感言時,她也呼籲所有的女性為正義大聲發言,以跨越國界的精神,承認所有人的尊嚴,並肯定所有信仰的美麗。

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    Women took home the major spoils at the 2018 MTV EMAs, which saw big wins for Camila Cabello, Nicki Minaj and Janet Jackson, alongside standout performances by Bebe Rexha, Spanish star Rosalía and host Hailee Steinfeld.

    Minaj opened the show with a commanding, pyrotechnic-accompanied run through "Good Form" before British pop group Little Mix joined her onstage to perform the band's new single "Woman Like Me," which features a guest spot from the rapper.

    Minaj also took home awards for best hip-hop and best look at the 25th MTV EMAs, which were held at Bilbao Exhibition Centre in Spain. "I want to thank all my fans around the world," said the rapper upon receiving the best hip-hop title.

    Cabello, who did not perform at the awards show but was present in Bilbao, won four awards, including best artist, best song and best video for "Havana" ft. Young Thug.

    "I know what it's like to be a fan," she said after receiving her first honor of the night. "I remember when I was 14-years-old watching these shows, waiting for my favorite artists to come on. I know how special that bond is between a fan and their favorite artist and I know special the bond I have with is with my fans."

    Other big winners included Dua Lipa, who was named best pop act, and Cardi B, crowned best new artist. Shawn Mendes, who dominated last year's EMAs in London, won best live act, while 5 Seconds of Summer took the title for best rock.

    Ariana Grande -- the second-most nominated artist going into the night, behind Cabello -- didn't take home a win in any of her five categories.

    Hosting the event was Oscar-nominated actress and singer Steinfeld, whose charisma and stage presence made her one of the more accomplished presenters in recent EMA history, helped by a noticeable decrease in the type of lame skits that are normally a standard feature of EMA shows.

    One sketch that did hit the mark was an opening art heist sketch that saw Steinfeld raid an art gallery (clearly inspired by Bilbao's world famous Guggenheim Museum) and culminated in Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie climbing down the venue walls and emerging through the ceiling to perform "High Hopes" alongside his band mates, which he also performed at the 2018 MTV VMAs back in August.

    Later in the show, Steinfeld gave a strong plug for her upcoming role in Transformers spinoff Bumblebee by singing her new track "Back To Life" from inside a giant human "vehicle" created by more than 20 dancers.

    Other standout performances included Spanish modern Flamenco star Rosalía, last year's host Bebe Rexha singing "I'm a Mess" joined by 100 dancers wearing hospital gowns, and global icon honoree Janet Jackson delivering a knock-out three song medley of "Made For Now," "All for You" and "Rhythm Nation" atop an elevated stage accompanied by drummers, torch carriers, pyrotechnic explosions and dozens of dancers.

    "I feel moved to speak for women's voices who have been stifled," said Jackson in a powerful heartfelt acceptance speech. "I am one of those women. Women who have been gagged, both literally and emotionally. Women who have been abused. Women who have been intimidated. Women who have lived in fear.

    "I stand with you. You are my sisters," she went on to say, calling for women to speak out for justice and the "spirit that crosses all borders, recognizes the dignity of all people and affirms the beauty of all faiths."

    "Speak out for acts of true charity, small and large," she continued. "Speak out for an all-embracing love because its love that will heal our wounds."

    If Jackson's performance represented fire, Halsey's was all about water as the singer passionately belted out "Without Me" while chained to a stake in the ground as rainfall fell around her.

    Also making their EMAs mainstage debut was US pop rap duo Jack & Jack, who soared high above the crowd on wires during "Rise" before crash-landing into a living room set where they were joined by dozens of dancers.

    As the event drew to a close, Minaj returned to the stage to join Jason Derulo and David Guetta for an energetic run through their collaboration "Goodbye."

    The show ended with two songs by best electronic winner Marshmello, beginning with "FRIENDS" alongside Anne-Marie. Bastille then joined the DJ and Anne-Marie for the rousing "Happier," and were accompanied by giant inflatable Marshmello heads and exploding confetti canons.

    Here's the full list of 2018 MTV EMA winners:

    BEST ARTIST

    Camila Cabello

    BEST VIDEO

    Camila Cabello - "Havana" ft. Young Thug

    BEST SONG

    Camila Cabello - "Havana" ft. Young Thug

    BEST POP

    Dua Lipa

    BEST NEW

    Cardi B

    BEST LOOK

    Nicki Minaj

    BEST HIP-HOP

    Nicki Minaj

    BEST LIVE

    Shawn Mendes

    BEST ROCK

    5 Seconds of Summer

    BEST ALTERNATIVE

    Panic! At The Disco

    BEST ELECTRONIC

    Marshmello

    BIGGEST FANS

    BTS

    BEST WORLD STAGE

    Alessia Cara, MTV Spotlight at Hyperplay, Singapore 2018

    BEST PUSH

    Grace VanderWaal (December 2017)

    BEST US ACT (WORLDWIDE ACT*)

    Camila Cabello

    Billboard

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