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And the 2011 MTV Video Music Award goes to…

By Kim Palacios The 2011 MTV Video Music Awards just ended, and in case you missed any of the action, take a look at the complete list of winners:

Best New Artist – Tyler, The Creator – “Yonkers”
Best Male Video – Justin Bieber – “U Smile”
Best Female Video – Lady Gaga “Born This Way”
Best Collaboration – Katy Perry and Kanye West – “E.T.”
Best Hip-Hop Video – Nicki Minaj – “Super Bass”
Best Rock Video – Foo Fighters – “Walk”
Best Pop Video – Britney Spears – “Til the World Ends”
Best Video With a Message – Lady Gaga “Born this Way”
Video of the Year – Katy Perry “Firework”
Best Art Direction – Adele “Rolling in the Deep”
Best Choregraphy – Beyonce “Run the World (Girl)”
Best Cinematography – Adele “Rolling in the Deep”
Best Editing – Adele “Rolling in the Deep”
Best Special Effects – Katy Perry and Kanye West – “E.T.”

Congratulations to all the artists who took home a Moonman! Stay tuned to for a roundup of the show’s top moments and highlights!

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