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Lady GaGa Wins Big at 2010 World Music Awards

May 19, 2010 08:59:46 GMT

The 'Just Dance' singer adds five trophies to her collection by winning World's Best Single, Best Album, Best Pop/Rock Artist as well as Best New Artist and becoming Best Selling Artist From America.


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Lady GaGa leads winners list of this year's World Music Awards which took place at the Sporting Club in Monte Carlo, Monaco on May 18. The "Poker Face" hitmaker scooped five gongs, including the Best Selling Artist From America.

GaGa won World's Best Single over David Guetta, Beyonce Knowles and Black Eyed Peas. She beat BEP once again in World's Best Album in addition to Susan Boyle and Taylor Swift. Additionally, she is crowned World's Best Pop/Rock Artist after battling against Swift, Madonna and Rihanna.

Her fifth trophy was collected from World's Best New Artist. This time round, the dance queen prevented Canadian teen singer Justin Bieber, "Tik Tok" hitmaker Ke$ha and Britain's singing sensation Boyle from taking the prize.

Although Black Eyed Peas lost World's Best Single and Album to GaGa, the will.i.am's group managed to sweep three nods in other categories. They received World's Best Pop, Pop/Rock and Hip-Hop Artist prizes. As for Boyle, she also managed to snatch an honor as she is named Best Selling Artist From Great Britain.

Other musicians scoring multiple trophies were U2 and David Guetta. Special honorees, meanwhile, were Jennifer Lopez and Scorpions who received Outstanding Contribution to the Arts and Rock Legends respectively.

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posted by Badriya on May 20, 2010
hello gaga, im your proud Lil-Monster, im very happy to say a bigg welldone you were the best yesterday, i knew you will win i just did you always do, keep up the hard work all our monsters are proud of you loove you gaga =)XX

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