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Entertainment News: News

Wed 4 Aug, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


I'm so honoured for all the little monsters and self-professed freaks of the universe, to have more VMA nominations in a single year than any artist in MTV history

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Gaga has been nominated for a record breaking 13 nominations, including two of them featuring in the prestigious category of video of the year at the years MTV Video Music Awards 2010.

The staggering outcome is the first of its kind throughout the 25-year history of the awards and helps to justify that Gaga really is the Lady of the pop world.

The Bad Romance singer, 24, took straight to her twitter account to thank all her fans, also known as her ‘little monsters’, for all their support over the last year.

She said: "I'm so honoured for all the little monsters and self-professed freaks of the universe, to have more VMA nominations in a single year than any artist in MTV history.

Ironically, I'm even more proud it's an unlucky number 13.

"A long time ago the world told me and my little monsters we would never be heard, together we changed the rules. God put me on Earth for three reasons: To make loud music, gay videos and cause a damn ruckus. Thank you, MTV."

Below is a full list of the MTV VMA 2010 nominations:

VIDEO OF THE YEAR 


Lady Gaga, 'Bad Romance'
Florence + The Machine, 'Dog Days Are Over'
30 Seconds To Mars, 'Kings and Queens' 


Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé, 'Telephone' 


Eminem, 'Not Afraid' 


B.o.B featuring Hayley Williams, 'Airplanes' 




BEST FEMALE VIDEO 


Lady Gaga, 'Bad Romance' 


Ke$ha, 'Tik Tok' 


Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg, 'California Gurls' 


Beyoncé featuring Lady Gaga, 'Video Phone (Extended Remix)' 


Taylor Swift, 'Fifteen' 




BEST MALE VIDEO 


Eminem, 'Not Afraid' 


Usher featuring Will.I.Am, 'OMG' 


B.o.B featuring Hayley Williams, 'Airplanes' 


Drake, 'Find Your Love' 


Jason Derulo, 'In My Head' 




BEST COLLABORATION 


B.o.B featuring Hayley Williams, 'Airplanes' 


Beyoncé featuring Lady Gaga, 'Video Phone (Extended Remix)' 


3OH!3 featuring Ke$ha, 'My First Kiss' 


Jay-Z & Alicia Keys, 'Empire State of Mind' 




BEST NEW ARTIST 


Ke$ha, 'Tik Tok' 


Jason Derulo, 'In My Head' 


Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris, 'Baby' 


Nicki Minaj featuring Sean Garrett, 'Massive Attack' 


Broken Bells, 'The Ghost Inside' 




BEST HIP HOP VIDEO 


B.o.B. featuring Hayley Williams, 'Airplanes' 


Eminem, 'Not Afraid' 


Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Eminem, 'Forever' 


Jay-Z & Swizz Beats, 'On To The Next One' 


Kid Cudi featuring MGMT and Ratatat, 'Pursuit Of Happiness' 




BEST POP VIDEO 


Lady Gaga, 'Bad Romance' 


Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg, 'California Gurls' 


Ke$ha, 'Tik Tok' 


Beyoncé featuring Lady Gaga, 'Video Phone (Extended Remix)' 


B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars, 'Nothing on You' 




BEST ROCK VIDEO 


30 Seconds To Mars, 'Kings and Queens' 


Muse, 'Uprising' 


Paramore, 'Ignorance' 


Florence + the Machine, 'Dog Days Are Over' 


MGMT, 'Flash Delirium' 




BEST DANCE MUSIC VIDEO 


Lady Gaga, 'Bad Romance' 


Enrique Iglesias featuring Pitbull, 'I Like It' 


Cascada, 'Evacuate The Dancefloor' 


David Guetta featuring Akon, 'Sexy Chick' 


Usher featuring Will.I.Am, 'OMG' 




BEST ART DIRECTION 


Lady Gaga, 'Bad Romance' 


Florence + The Machine, 'Dogs Days Are Over' 


Eminem, 'Not Afraid' 


30 Seconds To Mars, 'Kings and Queens' 


Beyoncé featuring Lady Gaga, 'Video Phone (Extended Remix)'

BEST CHOREOGRAPHY 


Lady Gaga, 'Bad Romance' 


Lady Gaga featuring Beyonce, 'Telephone' 


Beyonce featuring Lady Gaga, 'Video Phone (Extended Remix)' 


Usher featuring Will.I.Am, 'OMG' 


Janelle Monáe featuring Big Boi, 'Tightrope' 




BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY 


Eminem, 'Not Afraid' 


Jay-Z and Alicia Keys, 'Empire State of Mind' 


Lady Gaga, 'Bad Romance' 


Mumford and Sons, 'Little Lion Man' 


Florence + The Machine, 'Dog Days Are Over' 




BEST DIRECTION 


Jay-Z and Alicia Keys, 'Empire State of Mind' 
Director: Hype Williams 


Lady Gaga, 'Bad Romance' 
Director: Francis Lawrence 


Eminem, 'Not Afraid' 
Director: Rich Lee 


P!nk, 'Funhouse' 
Director: Dave Meyers 


30 Seconds To Mars, 'Kings and Queens' 
Director: Bartholomew Cubbins 




BEST EDITING 


Lady Gaga, 'Bad Romance' 
Editor: Jarrett Fijal 


Eminem, 'Not Afraid' 
Editor: Ken Mowe 


Rihanna, 'Rude Boy' 
Editor: Clark Eddy 


P!nk, 'Funhouse' 
Editor: Chris Davis 


Miike Snow, 'Animal' 
Editor: Frank Macias 




BEST SFX (SPECIAL EFFECTS) 


Lady Gaga, 'Bad Romance' 
Special Effects: Tim Jarvis 


Eminem, 'Not Afraid' 
Special Effects: Animaholics-VFX 


Muse, 'Uprising' 
Special Effects: Sam Stevens 


Green Day, '21st Century Breakdown' 
Special Effects: Laundry 


Dan Black, 'Symphonies' 
Special Effects: Corinne Bance & Axel D'Harcourt 




BREAKTHROUGH VIDEO 


Dan Black, 'Symphonies' 


Gorillaz featuring Bobby Womack and Mos Def, 'Stylo' 


Coldplay, 'Strawberry Swing' 


The Black Keys, 'Tighten Up'

 

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