AceShowbiz - %cTaylor Swift% was among the biggest winners at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. The country-turned-pop diva took home the Video of the Year Award after her and %cKendrick Lamar%'s star-studded "Bad Blood" visuals beat out other contenders like %cBeyonce Knowles%' "7/11", %cEd Sheeran%'s "Thinking Out Loud", %cMark Ronson%'s "Uptown Funk" featuring %cBruno Mars% and Lamar's own "Alright".
Swift received her award from %cIce Cube% and his son. In addition to the coveted prize, Swift bagged moonmen from other categories including Best Pop Video and Best Female Video for "Blank Space".
%cKanye West% was another act who had a memorable night at the VMAs as he was honored with the %cMichael Jackson% Vanguard Award. Swift, who presented the award, addressed the 2009 incident in which she had her speech interrupted by the rapper, and opened up about having been a big fan of him before letting him take over the stage to deliver a lengthy acceptance speech that included an announcement that he's running for president in 2020.
The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards was aired live on Sunday night, August 30 from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California with %cMiley Cyrus% as the host. Other winners announced during the telecast include %cNicki Minaj% (Best Hip-Hop Video for "Anaconda"), Mark Ronson (Best Male Video for "Uptown Funk" ft. Bruno Mars), %cFetty Wap% (Artist to Watch for "Trap Queen") and %cFall Out Boy% (Best Rock Video for "Uma Thurman").