The MTV EMA 2013 took place in Amsterdam last night and we have the winners:


Miley Cyrus at the MTV EMA 2013. Image via MTV

As always, Miley Cyrus made sure she was the main attraction of the evening. Dressed in a doubtful outfit on the red carpet, including over the knee peep toe boots and a “please stop violence” mini dress with plenty of cleavage and no back, the singer went one step further on stage, and lit a joint. She was, after all, in Amsterdam! The performer won Best Video for her hit song “Wrecking Ball“, which, as you may remember, features her in the nude.


Katy Perry at MTV EMA 2013. Image via MTV

Somewhere at the opposite pole we have Katy Perry, who looked elegant and sweet on the red carpet. The singer wore a midi mint dress and a lovely headband. She collected the award for Best Female Act, while Best Male went to none other than Justin Bieber. It seems like his fans don’t really care about all the scandals he’s involved in.


Iggy Azalea at the MTV EMA 2013. Image via MTV

Rapper Iggy Azalea went for a black maxi dress and red sandals, which kind of worked against her. While posing on the red carpet, the Australian accidentally flashed the paparazzi, but later took to Instagram to announce everything is fine: “If you think this involves my vag lips your mistaken. And yeah I’m posting it just to let you know I don’t give a f**k about a bikini line and the line that joins my ass to my leg. Enjoy…” she wrote.


30 Seconds to Mars at the MTV EMA 2013. Image via MTV

Jared Leto‘s 30 Seconds to Mars showed off their rock’n’roll style on the red carpet, mixing prints with black and, of course, boots. The trio won Best Alternative Act, although they were also nominated for Best Video and Biggest Fans. Best Rock went to Green Day, Best Pop to One Direction, Best Hip Hop to Eminem, and Best Electronic to Avicii. Other awards went home with Bruno Mars (Best Song), Beyonce (Best Live), Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (Best New), Harry Styles (Best Look), Austin Mahone (Best Push), Linkin Park (Best World Stage), Chris Lee (Worldwide Act), and Tokyo Hotel (Biggest Fans).