MTV Europe Music Video Awards - Liverpool

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MTV Europe Music Video Awards - Liverpool

Grace Jones laps up the applause the MTV European Music Awards at Liverpool's Echo Arena, November 6. The 60-year-old disco diva, who recently released an acclaimed comeback album, 'Hurricane', was on hand to present the New Act award to the event's host, Katy Perry. Photo: PA Photos

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MTV Europe Music Video Awards - Liverpool

Duffy arrives at the MTV European Awards in Liverpool last night (November 6). The singer was shortlisted in three categories, including Album Of The Year, but walked away empty-handed.

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The Killers at the MTV European Music Awards, November 6. On a night dominated by US acts (Sir Paul McCartney and Rick Astley were the only UK artists honoured), the Las Vegas band performed new single 'Human' in a steel box installation accompanied by stunning three dimensional visuals. Photo: PA Photos

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Craig David at the MTV European Music Awards last night (November 6), held at Liverpool's Echo Arena. The singer missed out on any nominations this year, yet walked away with Best R&B Act and Best UK & Ireland Act at the 2001 award ceremony. Photo: PA Photos

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Katie White and Jules De Martino of The Ting Tings arrive at the Liverpool Echo Arena for last night's (November 6) MTV European Music Awards. The pair were nominated for the Best UK Act award but lost out to 'X Factor' winner Leona Lewis. The duo also made their debut performance for the show. Photo: PA Photos

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Kid Rock makes his first ever appearance at the European Music Awards. Rock, best known on this side of the pond for dating Pamela Anderson, performed his new single 'So Hot', which morphed into his hit 'All Summer Long'.

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The Ting Tings perform live at the MTV European Music Awards. The pop duo were nominated in the Video Star category for 'Shut Up And Let Me Go', but rockers 30 Seconds To Mars ultimately won the award. Photo: PA Photos

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Katy Perry sports one of the 12 outfits she wore while hosting the 2008 MTV European Music Awards at Liverpool's Echo Arena, November 6. Like many of the artists involved in the show, Perry made reference to Barack Obama's US election victory, remarking: "Maybe Europe will love us again now." Photo: PA Photos

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Pink performs live at the MTV European Music Awards on November 6. She was the first award-winner of the night, picking up the Most Addictive Track gong for 'So What' from pop trio Sugababes.

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Tokio Hotel accepting their Headliner award at the MTV European Music Awards in Liverpool last night (November 6). The German band beat the Foo Fighters, Linkin Park, Metallica and The Cure to the prize. As expected, singer Bill Kaulitz thanked their fans: "You did it again â

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Beyoncé performing at the MTV European Music Awards last night (November 6) in Liverpool. The singer performed new single 'If I Were A Boy' and was nominated for Ultimate Urban Act along with Alicia Keys, Chris Brown, Cool List star Lil Wayne and winner Kanye West. Photo: PA Photos

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30 Seconds To Mars arrive at the MTV European Music Awards. The Jared Leto-fronted rockers won in both the Rock Out and Video Star categories, the latter for 'A Beautiful Lie'.

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MTV Awards host Katy Perry alongside celebrity gossip king Perez Hilton, who accepted Rick Astley's Best Act Ever award. The kitsch 80s pop star, who found fame again in 2008 thanks to the 'Rick-Rolling' YouTube phenomenon, was not available to accept his award, but did leave a short statement of thanks. Photo: PA Photos

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Comeback kings, Take That at last night's (November 6) MTV European Music Awards in Liverpool. The pop veterans performed new single 'Greatest Day' to the crowd at the Echo Arena fresh off the back of selling out their summer tour, last week, in record time: the 700,000 tickets went in five hours. Photo: PA Photos

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MTV European Music Award's host Katy Perry in one of her 12 costume changes at last night's event in Liverpool. The singer also won Best New Act, claiming: "This is rigged, I want a recount!" Perry picked up her award from diva Grace Jones. Photo: PA Photos

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