The Much Music Video Awards 2012 overtook downtown Toronto on the evening of Sunday, June 17, 2012 with performances at Bell Media’s 299 Queen Street West stages by Justin Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen, Katy Perry, LMFAO, Hedley and Kelly Clarkson to name a few. The artist who took away the most MMVAs was Carly Rae Jepsen, who is opening for Justin Bieber on his “Believe” Tour. Jepsen won three MMVAs, one for Video Of The Year, UR Fave Video Of The Year and MuchMusic.com’s Most Watched Video all for her hit single, “Call Me Maybe.” Jepsen capitalized on her video’s theme by arriving on the MMVA 2012 Red Carpet Stage with two chiselled companions.
Katy Perry posed on the Red Carpet with mini look-alike Katy Perry’s and then accepted MMVAs for UR Fave International Artist or Gropu and Video Of The Year for “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.).” Perry performed her hit, “Wide Awake,” arriving on stage in a cocoon and then morphing into a giant butterfly.
Hedley performed a supercharged version of their new single, “Kiss You Inside Out.”
Canada’s favourite talent, Justin Bieber, arrived at the MMVA 2012 Red Carpet with his little brother
…and then performed “All Around The World” and “Boyfriend” on stage and won the MMVAs for UR Fave Artist Or Group and International Video Of The Year By A Canadian for “Boyfriend.”
Kelly Clarkson wowed the crowd as usual by performing “Dark Side” and “Stronger.”
Australian teen singer Cody Simpson was a presenter at the MMVA 2012 awards.
Bieber’s main squeeze, singer Selena Gomez, looks dazzling on the MMVA 2012 red carpet.
Co-hosts LMFAO won International Video Of The Year for “Sexy and I Know It,” then later performed a mash-up of that tune along with “Party Rock Anthem,” “Champagne Showers” and “Sorry For Party Rocking.”
Marianas Trench won MMVAs for Pop Video Of The Year for “Haven’t Had Enough” and Cinematography Of The Year for “Fallout,” which they performed on the MMVA 2012 stage.
Drake won the MuchVIBE Hip-Hop Video Of The Year for “The Motto,” which featured Lil Wayne and Tyga. Other winners included The Sheepdogs, who won the MuchLOUD Rock Video Of The Year for “I Don’t Know.” Canadian Nelly Furtado performed her hit, “Big Hoops.”