Having already broken records with a whopping 13 nominations, Lady Gaga unsurprisingly entirely dominated last night's MTV VMA awards and took home eight of those little moon men statuettes.
All but one of these award were for the video for Gaga's hit single 'Bad Romance,' the other awarded for 'Telephone' featuring Beyoncé. She was presented with the top award for Video of the Year by noneother than veteran pop diva Cher, who appears to have "Turned Back Time" to 1989 for the occasion. Gaga also kept her promise to reveal her new album title on winning the award. Revealing that the follow up to 'The Fame' and 'The Fame Monster' will be called 'Born This Way', she went on to sing a short excerpt of the album's title track.
Elsewhere, Eminem took home two gongs, while Justin Bieber, Jay-Z & Alicia Keys, 30 Seconds To Mars, Florence & The Machine and Muse all bagged one each. And hilariously a band who've had no less than six studio albums, The Black Keys won the award for Best Breakthrough Video for 'Tighten Up'. The real star of the show was, of course, Lady Gaga's many, many outfits.
Best Female Video: Lady Gaga - ‘Bad Romance’
Best Male Video: Eminem - ‘Not Afraid’
Best Hip Hop Video: Eminem - ‘Not Afraid’
Best New Artist: Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris - ‘Baby’
Best Collaboration: Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé - ‘Telephone’
Best Pop Video: Lady Gaga - ‘Bad Romance’
Best Rock Video: 30 Seconds to Mars - ‘Kings and Queens’
Best Dance Music Video: Lady Gaga - ‘Bad Romance’
Video Of The Year: Lady Gaga - ‘Bad Romance’
Best Art Direction: Florence + The Machine - ‘Dog Days Are Over’
Best Choreography: Lady Gaga - ‘Bad Romance’
Best Cinematography: Jay-Z and Alicia Keys - ‘Empire State of Mind’
Best Direction: Lady Gaga - ‘Bad Romance’
Best Editing: Lady Gaga - ‘Bad Romance’
Best Special Effects: Muse - ‘Uprising’
Best Breakthrough Video: The Black Keys - 'Tighten Up'
You can watch more footage from the awards here