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2011 MTV Video Music Awards averages record-breaking 12.4M viewers

Last night’s 2011 MTV Video Music Awards averaged a record-breaking 12.4M viewers. That was an increase of 1 million, or 9%, over last year’s telecast (11.4M). The telecast also ranks as the most-watched program ever on MTV.

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2011 MTV Video Music Awards winners

The ladies ruled the kingdom at the “2011 MTV Video Music Awards,” broadcast live this evening from Nokia Theater L.A. Live, as Katy Perry and Adele each took home three VMA Moonmen and Lady Gaga two. Katy Perry won the biggest prize of the night, “Video of the Year,” with her pop anthem, “Fireworks,” as well as honors for “Best Collaboration” and “Best Special Effects” for “E.T.” featuring Kanye West. Adding to her reign atop the album charts, Adele won VMAs for “Best Art Direction,” “Best Cinematography,” and “Best Editing.” Genre and gender-defying Lady Gaga kicked off the night as her alter ego Joe Calderone with a show-stopping performance of “You and I,” and later walked away with two VMAs for “Best Female” and this year’s new category, “Best Video with a Message.”

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MTV announces 2011 MTV Video Music Awards nominees

The annual battle for music video supremacy is on for this year’s hottest pop, rock and hip-hop artists at the upcoming “2011 MTV Video Music Awards” on Sunday, August 28 at 9PM (ET/PT). MTV today announced the nominees for this year’s fourteen VMA categories. Katy Perry leads the way with an incredible nine VMA nominations which include “Video of the Year” and “Best Female Video,” for her explosive hit, “Firework,” “Best Pop Video” for Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.), and “Best Special Effects” for her futuristic chart-topping hit and this year’s current top selling digital song in the U.S., “E.T.” featuring Kanye West.

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