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Little Mix, Camila Cabello and Lindsay Lohan stun on the MTV EMAs red carpet

The 2018 MTV EMAs took place in Bilboa, Spain this evening and a whole host of celebrities and music stars turned up for some red carpet fun and to show off some dazzling looks.

Well-known faces such as Little Mix, Camila Cabello, Dua Lipa, Jason Derulo, Terry Crews, and Lindsay Lohan hit the red carpet before the event to wow crowds. The event itself was hosted by Hailee Steinfeld and saw Cabello lead the way with the most nominations (6) on the night.

Not only that, but event sponsors TikTok brought comedian and television presenter Laura Edwards alongside rising creator Casper onto the carpet to chat to the stars before moving on to some deep and meaningful #WouldYouRather questions.

Prior to their debut performance at the MTV EMAs, Little Mix stopped by to answer some thought-provoking questions, while Laura Edwards seemed to make Bastille’s Dan Smith speechless.


The night was a success all round for female musicians, leading the way for the most wins of the evening. Camila Cabello took home the most trophies with four, including for Best Song and Best Video for ‘Havana’, whilst Little Mix was awarded Best UK Act and Dua Lipa won Best Pop.

Nicki Minaj went home with the Best Hip-Hop and Best Look awards, with Cardi B not leaving empty handed with a Best New win too. Meanwhile, Janet Jackson was recognised with the Global Icon trophy.

The night also saw Ellen Jones take home the very-first Generation Change award. Speaking to QWEERIST earlier this week about fighting for LGBTQ+ rights, the campaigner said: “We cannot afford to be complacent about the violence that is committed against LGBTQ+ people around the world.”

Here are some more photos from the event:

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