Who won this year’s EMAs and where to see them live

Here's a rundown of some of the biggest winners at the 2022 European Music Awards

The MTV EMAs took place yesterday at the PSD Bank Dome in Düsseldorf, Germany, bringing together some of the biggest stars in music from around the world. Hosts Taika Waititi and Rita Ora guided viewers through the 20 gender-neutral categories as artists such as Taylor Swift, Harry Styles and Nicki Minaj were confirmed as Europe’s favourites for this year. Find our list of some of the biggest winners below, along with information on where to see them live in 2022 and 2023.

Best Song – ‘Super Freaky Girl’ by Nicki Minaj

The Queen of Rap is not currently touring, but you can count on one of the hardest working women in the music industry to always have something up her sleeve, especially with all the hints she’s been dropping about her fifth album.

Best Video – ‘All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)’ by Taylor Swift

Whilst Taylor Swift hasn’t yet announced any UK dates for the Eras Tour, her UK website was a signup option for a tour presale list shortly before the release of Midnights…

Best Artist – Taylor Swift

With new shows just added to the US leg of the Eras Tour due to huge demand, UK fans are waiting not so patiently for their turn.

Best Live: Harry Styles

As if you needed any more incentive to purchase a Harry Styles ticket, he was named Europe’s favourite live act at last night’s ceremony. Resale tickets and hospitality packages are still available for when Love On Tour comes to the UK this May and June 2023.

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Best Pop – Taylor Swift

As if that wasn’t enough awards for Taylor, she also took home the award for Best Longform Video for ‘All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)’.

Best New Act – SEVENTEEN

K-Pop boyband SEVENTEEN are currently occupied touring North America, but here’s hoping they’ll be heading our way sometime soon.

Best K-Pop – Lisa

Although Blackpink’s Lisa doesn’t look to be touring alone anytime soon, she’ll be performing as a member of Blackpink at London’s O2 this winter and at BST Hyde Park this summer 2023.

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Best Rock – Muse

Muse fans, you’re in luck. The alt-rock outfit will be playing a string of UK dates in early summer 2022.

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Video For Good – ‘Unholy’ by Sam Smith ft. Kim Petras

You can catch ‘Unholy’ live next spring, when Sam Smith sets out on his 2023 UK tour.

Biggest Fans – BTS

The huge K-Pop act don’t have a UK tour announced, but if you need your BTS fix then consider checking out London’s The Garage on 10 December for a huge BTS club night.

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