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Justin was the biggest winner at this year's awards - racking up an impressive 7 gongs, including the prestigious 'Top Artist'
Newcomer Lorde picked up two awards - New Artist and Top Rock Song for 'Royals'
Kitty Purry also accepted two awards via video. She was crowned Top Female Artist and Top Digital Songs Artist. Picture: Getty
Biebs wasn't in attendance at the event in Las Vegas - but he still picked up Top Social Artist (and his Instagram photos definitely helped that!)
Miley's Bagerz tour is well underway in the UK, so she couldn't attend the event in Last Vegas - but she still managed to video her fans when she won her two awards. The Summertime Ball star was named Top Streaming Artist, and hit 'Wrecking Ball' was voted Top Streaming Song (video) Picture: Getty
Marshall Mathers took home the awards for Top Rap Artist and Top Rap Album for 'Marshall Mathers LP 2'
The electronic French duo managed to add to their list of accolades by picking up two awards - they won Top Dance/Electronic Artist and their massively successful 'Random Access Memories' won Top Dance/Electronic Album.
Not only did Mr Thicke manage to pick up four nods for his massive Vodafone Big Top 40 hit 'Blurred Lines', he also performed at the ceremony in Las Vegas.
The huge 'Can't Hold Us' managed to bag Macklemore an award for 'Top Rap Song'
Capital's own Avicii scooped up the Billboard award for Top Dance/Electronic Song with 'Wake Me Up'.
Jennifer Lopez proudly holds up the Icon Award she was presented with this year. Picture: PA