BTS And LOONA Win At 2018 MTV EMAs

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The awards show featured performances from Janet Jackson, Nicki Minaj, Alessia Cara, Halsey, Jason Derulo, and host Hailee Steinfeld.

The girls belted the song out and all five showed off their dance moves.

Nicki Minaj was also a big victor, earning Best Look and Best Hip-Hop.

In addition to her acceptance speech, Jackson also performed a collection of some of her greatest hits, including "Rhythm Nation" and "All for You", along with her 2018 song, "Made for Now". 5 Seconds of Summer left with the best rock award, Marshmello was voted best electronic artist, and best new artist went to Cardi B. "Women, our voices will be heard!" At The Disco won Best Alternative, and BTS won Biggest Fans, among others.

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"Women who have been gagged".

"The american singer Janet Jackson, for more than three decades on stage, has been awarded the title of" Icon global", an award already assigned in previous editions to U2, Queen, Whitney Houston, or Eminem. Women who have been abused, women who have been intimidated, women who live in fear... "I'm with you, you are my sisters", she started. I hope this win will inspire the younger generation to never stop believing in their dreams and to work hard in trying to achieve their goals. "Women, our voices will be heard when we speak out for justice". But, it is sad knowing this will most likely be the previous year we hear his name for winning an award.

"That's always been my message and I talk about it a lot but I feel like it's a good message".