Everything You Need to Know About the 2014 Much Music Video Awards

It was a teenage dream.

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Last night, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner hosted Canada's Much Music Video Awards 2014, which between the attendees and nominees, was essentially a teenage dream.

As far as live performances go, we saw live sets from Lorde, who won International Video of the Year for "Royals," Ariana Grande, and Imagine Dragons. The big winner of the night was Drake who won International Video of the Year for "Hold On, We're Going Home," as well as Hip-Hop Video of the Year for "Worst Behavior." On-and-off couple Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber weren't in attendance, but still cleaned up with she winning Favorite International Artist or Group and he nabbing Favorite Artist or Group.

See the complete winner's list and our red carpet highlights below:

Director of the Year: Amos Leblanc & Ohji Inoue for Thug Li's "Run This"

International Video of the Year (by a Canadian): "Hold On We're Going Home" by Drake

Hip-Hop Video of the Year: "Worst Behavior" by Drake

MuchFACT Video of the Year: "Everywhere We Go" by SonReal

International Video of the Year: "Royals" by Lorde

International Video of the Year by a Group: "Demons" by Imagine Dragons

Rock/Alternative Video of the Year: "Shapeshifters" by Sam Roberts Band

Pop Video of the Year: "Anything" by Hedley

Favorite International Artist or Group: Selena Gomez

Favorite Video: "Anything" by Hedley

Favorite Artist or Group: Justin Bieber

Video of the Year: "Anything" by Hedley

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Kendall Jenner in Fausto Puglisi Fall 2013 and Kylie Jenner

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Kiernan Shipka in Marni 2015 Evening Collection

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Ed Sheeran

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Chloë Moretz

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Ariana Grande

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