Shawn Mendes, Eminem and U2 among winners at MTV Europe Music Awards, hosted by singer Rita Ora. Rough Cut - no reporter narration.
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Canadian pop singer Shawn Mendes led the pack at the MTV Europe Music awards on Sunday night, taking home "Best Song," "Best Artist," and "Biggest Fans" awards, in a show that featured performances from French Montana, The Killers and Kesha. British R&B singer Rita Ora performed the hosting duties while U.S. rap star Eminem opened the show with a performance of his new song "Walk on Water." The Detroit rapper also took the award for "Best Hip Hop," an honour which he appeared to find slightly baffling. Mendes performed "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back," the winner of "Best Song." Some big names from film and television were on hand to lend Hollywood sparkle to proceedings, including Oscar winner Jared Leto, also the front man of the band Thirty Seconds to Mars that took home the award for "Best Alternative" act. Irish rockers U2 were presented with a "Global Icon" award, in recognition of their decades at the top of the music industry. Other winners included Camila Cabello, who took the "Best Pop." Notable performances included local London grime star Stormzy, who took to the stage poking out of the sunroof of a police car. Security was tight at the event, with airport-style scanners at entrances, following a series of attacks that have hit the U.K. this year, including a suicide bomb attack at an Arianna Grande concert in Manchester in May, which left 22 people dead.