Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran vie for best artist at MTV EMAs

The single catapulted from number 75 to number 1 in the United Kingdom after the video's release, becoming Dua Lipa's first chart-topping song in the United Kingdom and the first song in nearly two years by a female solo artist to reach the top since "Hello" by Adele in 2015. This awesome year in music has seen the return of Taylor Swift, to score six nominations, Shawn Mendes with five, and Ed Sheeran along with Kendrick Lamar nominated for four awards.

Kesha played her latest single "Learn To Let Go" at the awards ceremony at the SSE Arena Wembley in London. Winners are selected by fans across the continent.

The night's big victor, Mendes, sung his best song-winning track "There's Nothing Holding Me Back" from a huge light box. During the performance, the stage behind and beneath her was covered in the colours of the rainbow.

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Eric Reid and Marquise Goodwin protested on the 49ers sideline, while the Giants' Olivier Vernon knelt on the NY sideline. Viewership for NFL football games is down 5 percent from a year ago .

French DJ David Guetta, who performed in front of the youthful crowd, won for best electronic act.

Kendrick Lamar won best video for "Humble", a lavish clip laced with religious and art-history imagery.

During the show, Dua Lipa was honoured with the Best New Artist award and although she couldn't be at the event, she took to Twitter to share her excitement.

Nationalists March On Poland's Independence Day
Tusk said: "Independence Day has always been and will continue to be a celebration of all Poles and not just one party". Poland was the only European Union country to vote against Mr Tusk's reelection as European Union president in March.

Irish rockers U2 were presented with a Global Icon award, in recognition of their decades at the top of the music industry.

It was a triumphant night for pop singer Shawn Mendes at the MTV Europe Music Awards.

Steelers CB Joe Haden could miss just three weeks
Tomlin also said he didn't expect any of the team's injured players to return for Thursday's game against the Tennessee Titans. Cornerback Joe Haden left in the first half with a left leg injury and was on crutches on the sideline late in the game.

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