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2018 MTV Video Music Awards Winners: Who Took Home What?

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Aug. 31 2020, Updated 1:27 p.m. ET

Who took home an award at the 2018 Video Music Awards? Read on to see who won big on Monday night.

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Cardi B took home the first award of the night: Song of the Summer, for "I Like It" featuring Bad Bunny and J. Balvin.

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Hayley Kiyoko beat 14 other artists to take home the award for Push Artist of the Year.

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Nicki Minaj won Best Hip-Hop for her song "Chun-Li." She thanked many people on stage, but focused a good amount of attention on her "Bed" partner Ariana Grande. "I'm so freaking proud of you Ariana!" she exclaimed.

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Ariana Grande won Best Pop for "No Tears Left to Cry". She made her red carpet debut with fiancé Pete Davidson at the legendary award show.

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Song of the Year went to Post Malone and 21 Savage for "Rockstar".

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J. Balvin won Best Latin for his international smash hit "Mi Gente." Willy William, who is featured on the song, accepted on his behalf as he was on tour and could not attend.

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"Ooh na na!" Camila Cabello scored Artist of the Year.

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Cardi B had a hard time getting to the stage when she won Best New Artist. During her speech, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper shut down the haters who said she was gambling with her career due to her being pregnant. “I carried the baby, I had the baby and now I’m still winning awards.”

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Imagine Dragons won Best Rock for "Whatever It Takes".

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The late Avicii won Best Dance for "Lonely Together" featuring Rita Ora.

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Jennifer Lopez won an addition honor on top of her Video Vanguard Award on Monday evening. She picked up Best Collaboration for "Dinero" that featured Cardi B and DJ Khaled.

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Childish Gambino won Best Video with a Message for “This is America”. The choreographer, Sherrie Silver, accepted the award on his behalf.

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Camila also won Video of the Year for “Havana” but spent most of it gushing over Madonna… even bowing down to her.

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Are you happy with who won at the VMAs? Sound off in the comments! 

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