Miley Cyrus takes top prize at VMAs, but MTV spreads the wealth to Katy Perry, Ariana Grande …

On a night full of surprise winners, the VMA for Video of the Year went to the video we expected: Miley Cyrus‘s “Wrecking Ball.”

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Elsewhere, Katy Perry surprised by winning Best Female Video for “Dark Horse” against Beyonce (“Partition“) and Iggy Azalea (“Fancy“). Perry had never won the category before, despite five previous nominations.

Fancy” didn’t win Best Pop Video either, but Azalea still won a trophy in that category, since she was featured on Ariana Grande‘s winning “Problem.”

Ed Sheeran pulled off an upset as well, taking Best Male Video for “Sing.” Pharrell Williams was expected to win for “Happy,” but it’s just as well for Pharrell, who won as a featured artist on “Sing.”

Drake won Best Hip-Hop Video for “Hold On, We’re Going Home.” It was his second victory in that race, which stopped rival nominee Eminem from setting a new record for most wins in the category.

Lorde prevailed in a close contest for Best Rock Video for “Royals,” beating frequent nominees Imagine Dragons and frequent winners Linkin Park.

Before the telecast, boy band 5 Seconds of Summer‘s “Don’t Stop” was announced as the winner of Best Lyric Video, which was decided by users on Twitter.

But 5 Seconds were upset in the Artist to Watch category by girl group Fifth Harmony for “Miss Movin On.”

Apart from the Video Vangaurd Award at the end of the night, Beyonce didn’t win any Moonmen during the telecast, but she won three other categories that weren’t presented live: Best Message Video and Best Cinematography (“Pretty Hurts“), and Best Collaboration (“Drunk in Love” with Jay-Z).

Eminem‘s only win was for Best Editing for “Rap God,” while other professional awards went to Sia‘s “Chandelier” (Choreography) OK Go‘s “The Writing’s on the Wall” (Visual Effects), Arcade Fire‘s “Reflektor” (Art Direction), and DJ Snake‘s “Turn Down for What” (Direction).

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