MTV Video Music Award Winners

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Lady Gaga is a huge LGBT advocate: Her entourage  included a group of service members affected by  policy Don’t ask, Don’t tell:  Appearing on the white carpet with Lady Gaga is Katie Miller, described on Service members Legal Defense Network’s website as “a top West Point cadet who resigned in August to protest the discriminatory law”; Maj. Mike Almy, an Air Force officer who was discharged in 2006 and who testified in the federal challenge to Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell; David Hall, a former U.S. Air Force staff sergeant; and Stacy Vasquez, Army sergeant first class, who was also discharged as a result of DADT.

I feel asleep on the MTV music award shoe…I could not keep my eyelids open. I woke up this morning and the internet is buzzing about the video of the year goes to Lady Gaga….duh! I saw that at the top of the show. I fell asleep just when Taylor Swift was singing something about 32?

2010 MTV Video Music Awards Winners List

Best Collaboration: Lady GaGa ft. Beyonce Knowles – “Telephone”
Best Female Video: Lady GaGa – “Bad Romance”
Best Male Video: Eminem – “Not Afraid”
Best Hip-Hop Video: Eminem – “Not Afraid”
Best New Artist: Justin Bieber ft. Ludacris – “Baby”
Best Pop Video: Lady GaGa – “Bad Romance”
Best Rock Video: 30 Seconds to Mars – “Kings and Queens”
Best Dance Music Video: Lady GaGa – “Bad Romance”
Video of the Year: Lady GaGa – “Bad Romance”
Best Art Direction: Florence and the Machine – “Dog Days Are Over”
Best Choreography: Lady GaGa – “Bad Romance”
Best Cinematography: Jay-Z & Alicia Keys – “Empire State of Mind”
Best Direction: Lady GaGa – “Bad Romance”
Best Editing: Lady GaGa – “Bad Romance”
Best SFX (Special Effects): Muse – “Uprising”

Breakthrough Video: The Black Keys – “Tighten Up”

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