Not sure how Kanye West will feel about this - but the American Music Awards were all about Taylor Swift this year.
The 19-year-old, who West famously interrupted mid-acceptance speech at the VMAs, took home five awards at the November 22 ceremony including Artist Of The Year.
Although it mustn't be too hard to win an AMA - Michael Jackson even managed to notch up another four from the grave.
His awards, including Favourite Pop/Rock Artist and Pop/Rock album, brought his AMA career total to 25.
Not surprisingly neither of the big winners were at LA's Nokia Theatre to accept their awards.
Jackson because of, well you know, and Swift was probably just too scared that West would storm the stage, rip the gong from her hand and give it to Beyonce.
Of course she didn't admit that herself - her offical excuse was that she was in London rehearsing for a show at Wembley ... sure Swift, sure.
Aussie Keith Urban took home the award for Country's Best Male artist and gave a shout-out to his wife Nicole Kidman, who was on presenting duties at the ceremony.
"I just love you so much baby. This is for you and Sunday," he said.
Other highlights of the night included a medley from Janet Jackson, outrageous performances from American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert and Lady Gaga (of course) and long-anticipated comeback performances from Whitney Houston, Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez - who tripped up on stage for extra drama.
Words: Rebecca Galton
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