Camila Cabello Beats Beyonce, Drake For Top VMA Prizes - Insight Trending
Camila Cabello Beats Beyonce, Drake For Top VMA Prizes
Cuban-born Camila Cabello beat out overwhelming hitters Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Drake to bring home the two best prizes at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) on Monday. 

Cabello, 21, was picked craftsman of the year and won video of the year for her Latin-seasoned hit "Havana," while rapper Cardi B grabbed wins for best new craftsman and song of summer for her move hit "I Like It" with J Balvin and Bad Bunny. 

"I can't trust this is for me," said Cabello, who split from young lady amass Fifth Harmony in late 2016 to dispatch a performance profession. 

New York rapper Cardi B, 25, showed up since bringing forth her first youngster in July. Be that as it may, the feisty "Bodak Yellow" vocalist neglected to follow through on her driving 10 designations going into the show as fans spread their votes far and wide. 

"A few months prior individuals were stating, you're betting your vocation by having an infant," Cardi B said. "I had a child ... what's more, now despite everything i'm winning honors." 

The greatest victor of the night was Childish Gambino, the music organize name of on-screen character Donald Glover, who left away with three for his hard-hitting video "This Is America" about dark personality and police mercilessness. 

In any case, the trophies were for the most part in specialized classifications, including movement and bearing. Beyonce and Jay-Z's greatly discussed "APES**T," which was shot inside the Louver in Paris against the setting of a portion of the world's most celebrated craftsmanships, won only two of its eight designations. 

Canadian rapper Drake, a standout amongst the most well known craftsmen as far as deals and spilling, left away with hardly a penny, as did different Grammy champ Bruno Mars. 

Neither Mars, Drake, Gambino, Beyonce nor Jay-Z went to the honors appear in New York City, which highlighted performances by Ariana Grande - who won best pop video for "No Tears Left to Cry," - Nicki Minaj, Aerosmith, Shawn Mendes and Travis Scott. 

Jennifer Lopez conveyed the group of onlookers to its feet with a song and move variety of her greatest hits as she was given the yearly Vanguard Award, named after Michael Jackson, perceiving her 20 years in the stage. 

"It's been a unimaginable voyage of envisioning my most extravagant fantasies and afterward watching them work out," said Lopez. 

Be that as it may, a guaranteed tribute to Aretha Franklin following her passing a week ago at age 76 comprised just of a discourse by Madonna and a short video cut from Franklin's initial vocation. 

The VMAs have a notoriety for contemptuousness and provocative tricks in any case, beside a fragment on US President Donald Trump's dubious migration approaches, there were few astonishments. 

Rapper Logic was joined in front of an audience by many worker youngsters and their families wearing white shirts saying "We are altogether individuals," for a performance of his song "One Day." 

The song is a challenge against the approach that saw a huge number of settler youngsters isolated from their folks in June in the wake of intersection the southern fringe with Mexico without documents.

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