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MTV Europe Music Awards 2021 is the most memorable event took place in recent times for its several moments

MTV Europe Music Awards 2021
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The much-awaited music award, MTV European Music Awards 2021 has concluded with some noteworthy and ever cherishing moments. While an artist like Ed Sheeran and Korean pop sensation BTS won multiple awards, many artists like Justin Bieber could bag nothing despite having multiple nominations. Overall the event has so many moments to share with the world.

In the MTV European Music Awards 2021 while many musicians, models, and actresses had embraced the red carpet with their fashionable attire, on other hand, many artists have set the stage on fire with their live performances.

After a virtual event in 2020, due to pandemic restrictions, this year MTV music awards were live from Papp László Budapest Sportaréna in Hungary. For the theme, the event drew his inspiration from the famous thermal spas of Budapest and Danube that runs through the city, the stage appeared to be floating.

 The show will be remembered for its thematic beauty, eye-catching performances by Sheeran, One Republic, Imagine dragons, and Maluma, and the divas who footed on the red carpet with their glittering attires.

Ed Sheeran started the evening with a rendition of his latest single “Overpass Graffiti” and then performed his hit number, ‘Shivers’. The performance of Maluma renders an extra charm “Mama Tetema,” with dancers in the artificial rain theme.

While the show has brought joy to the fans of some artists who have won multiple awards; on other hand, some fans were disappointed on their favorite artist bagging nothing. Korean Pop Sensation BTS were the big winners of the event.

They have won most awards including Best Pop, Best Group, Best K-Pop, and Biggest Fans. But, they were not present to take the awards. Ed Sheeran, who was present, won Best Artist and Best Song for “Bad Habits.”

Italian rock band who are the winners of 2021 Eurovision Song Contest Måneskin won Best Rock. In the award acceptance speech the lead singer Damiano David said: “We also want to say that people usually told us that we were not going to make it with our music – well, I guess you were wrong.”

YUNGBLUD also won an award and said, “I would like to say that this award is a tribute to individualism – this is an award for the 13-year-old boy from the north of England who was absolutely terrified to be who he was…..

Justin Bieber, despite getting nominations in multiple categories could not bag a single one this time.