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2010 MTV Video Music Awards Nominees 

PhotobucketNokia Theater di Los Angeles, California akan menjadi saksi musisi-musisi US berebut Moon Man di 12 September mendatang. Dalam pengumuman nominasi-nominasinya di tanggal 3 Agustus, ternyata Lady Gaga mencetak rekor untuk acara yang diadakan sejak tahun 1984 ini. Lady Gaga mendapatkan nominasi terbanyak, yaitu 13 nominasi dalam 11 kategori. Ini adalah perolehan nominasi terbanyak yang pertama kali dalam satu tahun. Yang lebih hebohnya lagi, jika digabungkan dengan kolaborasinya dengan Beyonce di ‘Video Phone (Extended Remix)’, maka angkanya menjadi 18! Ck ck ck ck…. Rekor kedua yang dibuatnya adalah memasukkan 2 video dalam kategori paling bergengsi Video Of The Year, yang belum pernah ada melakukannya. Kedua video itu adalah ‘Bad Romance’ dan ‘Telephone’. Mungkin karena itu makanya nominasi menjadi 6.

Yang mendapat banyak nominasi juga adalah Eminem. CreativeDisc Artist of the Month untuk bulan Agustus ini mendapat 8 nominasi untuk ‘Not Afraid’. Rekan sesama rapper-nya Em, yaitu B.o.B. mendapat 5 nominasi, begitu juga Florence + the Machine. Mereka mendapat 5 nominasi untuk VMA tahun ini. Grup rock 30 Second to Mars pun tak ketinggalan eksis. Mereka meraih 4 nominasi. Hayo, nama-nama di atas bisa jadi saingan berat Gaga untuk memperoleh kategori yang paling bergengsi lho! Mau lihat daftar lengkapnya? Ini dia!
(Ai Hasibuan / CreativeDisc Contributors)

Video of the Year:
30 Seconds to Mars — “Kings and Queens”
B.o.B (featuring Hayley Williams) — “Airplanes”
Eminem — “Not Afraid”
Florence + the Machine — “Dog Days Are Over”
Lady Gaga — “Bad Romance”
Lady Gaga (featuring Beyoncé) — “Telephone”

Best Male Video:
B.o.B (featuring Hayley Williams) — “Airplanes”
Jason Derülo — “In My Head”
Drake — “Find Your Love”
Eminem — “Not Afraid”
Usher (featuring will.i.am) — “OMG”

Best Female Video:
Beyoncé (featuring Lady Gaga) — “Video Phone” (extended remix)
Ke$ha — “Tik Tok”
Lady Gaga — “Bad Romance”
Katy Perry (featuring Snoop Dogg) — “California Gurls”
Taylor Swift — “Fifteen”

Best New Artist:
Justin Bieber (featuring Ludacris) — “Baby”
Broken Bells — “The Ghost Inside”
Jason Derülo — “In My Head”
Ke$ha — “Tik Tok”
Nicki Minaj (featuring Sean Garrett) — “Massive Attack”

Best Pop Video:
Beyoncé (featuring Lady Gaga) — “Video Phone” (extended remix)
B.o.B (featuring Bruno Mars) — “Nothin’ on You”
Ke$ha — “Tik Tok”
Lady Gaga — “Bad Romance”
Katy Perry (featuring Snoop Dogg) — “California Gurls”

Best Rock Video:
30 Seconds to Mars — “Kings and Queens”
Florence + the Machine — “Dog Days Are Over”
MGMT — “Flash Delirium”
Muse — “Uprising”
Paramore — “Ignorance”

Best Hip-Hop Video:
B.o.B (featuring Hayley Williams) — “Airplanes”
Drake (featuring Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Eminem) — “Forever”
Eminem — “Not Afraid”
Jay-Z (featuring Swizz Beatz) — “On to the Next One”
Kid Cudi (featuring MGMT and Ratatat) — “Pursuit of Happiness”

Best Dance Video:
Cascada — “Evacuate the Dancefloor”
David Guetta (featuring Akon) — “Sexy Chick”
Enrique Iglesias (featuring Pitbull) — “I Like It”
Lady Gaga — “Bad Romance”
Usher (featuring will.i.am) — “OMG”

Best Collaboration:
3OH!3 (featuring Ke$ha) — “My First Kiss”
Beyoncé (featuring Lady Gaga) — “Video Phone” (extended remix)
B.o.B (featuring Hayley Williams) — “Airplanes”
Jay-Z and Alicia Keys — “Empire State of Mind”
Lady Gaga (featuring Beyoncé) — “Telephone”

Breakthrough Video:
Dan Black — “Symphonies”
The Black Keys — “Tighten Up”
Coldplay — “Strawberry Swing”
Gorillaz (featuring Bobby Womack and Mos Def) — “Stylo”

Best Direction in a Video:
30 Seconds to Mars — “Kings and Queens” (Director: Bartholomew Cubbins)
Eminem — “Not Afraid” (Director: Rich Lee)
Jay-Z and Alicia Keys — “Empire State of Mind” (Director: Hype Williams)
Lady Gaga — “Bad Romance” (Director: Francis Lawrence)
P!nk — “Funhouse” (Director: Dave Meyers)

Best Choreography in a Video:
Beyoncé (featuring Lady Gaga) — “Video Phone” (extended remix) (Choreographer: Frank Gatson)
Lady Gaga — “Bad Romance” (Choreographer: Laurie Ann Gibson)
Lady Gaga (featuring Beyoncé) — “Telephone” (Choreographer: Laurie Ann Gibson)
Janelle Monáe (featuring Big Boi) — “Tightrope” (Choreographers: Janelle Monáe and the Memphis Jookin Community)
Usher (featuring will.i.am) — “OMG” (Choreographer: Aakomon “AJ” Jones)

Best Special Effects in a Video:
Dan Black — “Symphonies” (Special Effects: Corinne Bance and Axel D’Harcourt)
Eminem — “Not Afraid” (Special Effects: Animaholics-VFX)
Green Day — “21st Century Breakdown” (Special Effects: Laundry)
Lady Gaga — “Bad Romance” (Special Effects: Tim Jarvis)
Muse — “Uprising” (Special Effects: Sam Stevens)

Best Art Direction in a Video:
30 Seconds to Mars — “Kings and Queens” (Art Director: Marc Benacerraf)
Florence + the Machine — “Dog Days Are Over” (Art Director: Louise Corcoran)
Beyoncé (featuring Lady Gaga) — “Video Phone” (extended remix) (Art Director: Lenny Tso)
Lady Gaga — “Bad Romance” (Art Director: Charles Infante)
Eminem — “Not Afraid” (Art Director: Ethan Tobman)

Best Editing in a Video:
Eminem — “Not Afraid” (Editor: Ken Mowe)
Lady Gaga — “Bad Romance” (Editor: Jarrett Fijal)
P!nk — “Funhouse” (Editor: Chris Davis)
Rihanna — “Rude Boy” (Editor: Clark Eddy)
Miike Snow — “Animal” (Editor: Frank Macias)

Best Cinematography in a Video:
Eminem — “Not Afraid” (Director of Photography: Chris Probst)
Florence + the Machine — “Dog Days Are Over” (Director of Photography: Adam Frisch)
Jay-Z and Alicia Keys — “Empire State of Mind” (Director of Photography: John Perez)
Lady Gaga — “Bad Romance” (Director of Photography: Thomas Kloss)
Mumford & Sons — “Little Lion Man” (Director of Photography: Ben Magahy)

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