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MTV VMAs Nominations 2020: Complete List

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The awards show will take place in New York and will highlight "the powerful unifying force of music" amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande scored the most nominations for the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards, it was announced today.

The superstar singers are up for seven awards for their collaboration, "Rain On Me," with Gaga earning two solo nods for artist of the year and best quarantine performance. Meanwhile, Grande's nods include two nominations for her Justin Bieber collaboration "Stuck with U," which is up for best collaboration and best music video from home.

In light of the coronavirus pandemic that has kept musicians and their fans at home as people are encouraged to continue social distancing to slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, MTV has added the best music video from home and best quarantine performance categories to this year's awards.

Other top contenders this year include six-time nominees Billie Eilish and The Weeknd, with Taylor Swift up for five awards for her videos for "Lover" and "The Man" off of her Lover album.

For the top prize of video of the year, Gaga and Grande's "Rain on Me" will face off against Swift's "The Man," Eilish's "everything i wanted," The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights," Eminem featuring Juice WRLD's "Godzilla" and Future featuring Drake's "Life is Good."

Fans can vote here for their favorites across 15 gender-neutral categories, with voting for best new artist remaining active into the awards show.

ViacomCBS Media Networks' president of music, music talent, programming and events Bruce Gillmer said in a statement that fans can expect "a show that celebrates the powerful unifying force of music."

The 2020 VMAs are set to take place in New York City, with performances from iconic locations across the five boroughs, designed "to honor the spirit and resilience" of the city hit particularly hard by the pandemic this spring. Elements of the ceremony taking place at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, meanwhile, will take place with "limited or no audience," according to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who revealed the show's Barclays…
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