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Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello was the big winner at the MTV EMAs gala in Spain Sunday, while Janet Jackson used her acceptance speech for a life-time achievement award to take a stand for women's rights.With pop star Ariana Grande shut out despite her five nominations, Cabello was the undisputed star of the night. She beat out Grande, Drake, Dua Lipa and Post Malone for best artist, while her sultry hit "Havana" took the trophy for best song and best video. After Nicki Minaj and Little Mix got the music going, the singer of Panic!Minaj won for best hip-hop artist and best look. 5 Seconds of Summer left with the best rock award, Marshmello was voted best electronic artist, and best new artist went to Cardi B.Shawn Mendes won for best live performer, and British singer-songwriter Dua Lipa was best pop artist.
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