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This year MTV has gotten rid of the Best Male Video and Best Female Video of the Year awards. They’ve replaced it with the Artist of the Year Award. Ed Sheeran won this new shiny award on Sunday night’s VMAs. He was up against Ariana, Bruno Mars, Lorde, and Kendrick Lamar. Ed was even surprised at his win against that kind of competition saying quote, “Thank you. Um, this is only my second VMA ever and I’m…yeah, this is mad.”
This is when Grande fans hit twitter. They argued that one, her talent is more deserving. Um, have you heard her vocals on Dangerous Woman? And two, it was her year personally that really made her worthy of the award.
After the Manchester bombing at her concert that claimed the lives of 22 people she organized a huge benefit concert to support those affected by the tragedy.
One fan tweeted, “Ariana literally brought the world together in a time of need. She is artist of the year and deserved that award. No doubt. “
Another wrote, “Ariana: showed her bravery, strength and courage by returning to Manchester to perform a benefit concert and raised millions.”
This has me thinking. What does “Artist of the Year” really mean? Is it about what the performer has done on and off the stage? Or should it be award solely based on musical talent? Let me know what you believe in the comment section below. Then click here to watch Ed Sheeran’s best artist speech. Thanks for hanging with me here on Clevver News. I’m your host Ashley I. And I’ll see ya next time!
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