MTV VMA Winners 2021
On Sunday night, the MTV Video Music Awards were held at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, with Doja Cat hosting the event and the biggest performers competing for the coveted Moonperson imagery. Lil Nas X was the main winner of the evening, taking home three awards for his single “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)”, including the prestigious Video of the Year trophy and awards for Best Direction and Best Visual Effects. The musician dedicated his Video of the Year statue to “the gay agenda,” a witty, layered reference to the queer-positive iconography and language he’s used in recent hits. Other award winners included Olivia Rodrigo, who won Best New Artist and Song of the Year (for “Drivers License”); Justin Bieber, who won both Artist of the Year and Best Pop for his song “Peaches,” starring Daniel Caesar and Giveon; Billie Eilish, who won Video for Good for her ballad “Your Power”; BTS, which won Group of the Year; and Travis Scott, who won Best Hip-Hop for “Franchise.”
2021 MTV VMA Winners List
The full list of winners can be found below:
- Winners VMAS 2021
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2021 MTV VMA Winners: Frequently Asked Questions
1. What did Billie Eilish win at VMAs 2021?
Billie Eilish won Video for Good for her ballad “Your Power”.
2. Who won the top prizes at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards?
Justin Bieber, Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo took top prizes at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards.
4. Who won the best group of VMAs 2021?
BTS won best group and best k-pop in VMAs 2021.
5. Who opened the VMA 2021?
Madonna opened the 2021 VMA.
6. Is Normani at VMA 2021?
Normani performed “Wild Side” and danced with Teyana Taylor.
7. Did Justin Bieber perform at the 2021 VMAs?
Justin Bieber played ‘Stay’ and ‘Ghost’ after ‘Flying’ in the 2021 MTV VMAs.