Britney Spears' domination at 2008 MTV Video Music Awards show continues after she is announced as the winner of Video of the Year for 'Piece of Me', beating down Chris Brown's 'Forever'.
After winning Best Female Video for her comeback single "Piece of Me", Britney Spears has once again nodded to another prize in Video of the Year category for the same song. The Wayne Isham-directed video has beaten down Chris Brown's "Forever", Jonas Brothers' "Burnin' Up", The Pussycat Dolls' "When I Grow Up", and The Ting Tings' "Shut Up and Let Me Go".
Moment before, Britney's "Piece of Me" music video is also awarded as the winner of this year's Best Pop Video. This time, she has successfully taken aside Danity Kane's "Damaged", Jonas band's "Burnin' Up", Panic! At the Disco's "Nine in the Afternoon", and Tokio Hotel's "Ready, Set, Go!".
Another musician who grabs the MTV award is Lil Wayne with his "Lollipop" music video, which is directed by duo Gil Green and Dwayne Carter. Meanwhile, Chris Brown, though has been beaten twice by Britney, has finally taken home the prize for Best Male Video category, thanks to his "With You" video.
Full list of 2008 MTV Video Music Awards winners:
- Best Female Video: Britney Spears for "Piece of Me"
- Best Male Video: Chris Brown for "With You"
- Best Dancing in a Video: The Pussycat Dolls for "When I Grow Up"
- Best Rock Video: Linkin Park for "Shadow of the Day"
- Best New Artist: Tokio Hotel for "Ready, Set, Go!"
- Best pop Video: Britney Spears for "Piece of Me"
- Best Hip Hop Video: Lil Wayne for "Lollipop"
- Video of the Year: Britney Spears for "Piece of Me"