Another year has come and gone in regards to the MTV Video Music Awards. While there weren't any really outrageous moments in last nights show, the performances seemed to be quiet solid. Adele's performance may have stolen the show, yet it was Lady Gaga's entire acting performance that has many of talking today. Here is a list of the winners from the show last night, and we would like to take some time to congratulate them all.

  • Best New Artist

    The winner of the Best New Artist went to "Tyler, The Creator." While some of you may have been like "Who?," Tyler, the Creator is the alternative hip-hop crew’s main rapper, producer, and source of inspiration.

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  • Best Pop Video Winner

    Louisiana's own Britney Spears walked away with best Pop Video at the 2011 MTV VMAs. She thanked everyone for their support including her two precious little angels, her boys.

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  • Best Hip Hop Video

    Nicki Minaj walked away with a "Moon Man" for Best Hip Hop Video. "Super Bass" surpassed others like "Look At Me Now," "6 Foot 7 Foot," and "The Show Goes On."

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  • Best Female Video

    Not only did she open the show, she may have also stolen the show this year. Yes, that is Lady Gaga, and she walked away a winner for her video to "Born This Way."

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  • Best Male Video

    While at times it appeared that he had no interest in the show, Justin Bieber was quick to get onto the stage when it was announced that he won "Best Male Video" for the video to "U Smile."

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  • Best Collaboration

    Katy Perry and Kanye West accepted the Moon Man for their collaboration of "E.T." In typical Katy Perry fashion she invited Kanye to interrupt her as she accepted the award.

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  • Best Video With A Message

    Lady Gaga scored another Moon Man for her video to "Born This Way." She made it quiet clear in her acceptance speech that this one was for everyone who accepts who they are.

  • Video Of The Year

    Katy Perry, with a block on her head, accepted the award for Video Of The Year. She scored the honors with the video to her hit song "Firework." She beat out other nominees like Adele, The Beastie Boys, Bruno Mars, and Tyler, The Creator.

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