Mars Wins Best Song Prize at the MTV Europe Music Awards

Make that three MTV Europe Music Awards for Bruno Mars

The 28-year-old part-Puerto Rican singer earned the third MTV EMA statue of his career on Sunday, winning in the best song category for his smash hit single “Locked Out Of Heaven.

Bruno Mars

Mars, who was nominated for two awards, lost in the best male category to Justin Bieber, who won the award for a fourth straight year.

Mars, who performed his new single “Gorilla” during the awards show, previously claimed the Best New Act and Best Push prizes at the 2011 event.

The MTV Europe Music Awards were held at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam

LMFAO‘s Redfoo, the night’s host, mentioned that 292 million votes had been cast by fans for the EMAs, a new record. Last year, 184 million votes were submitted.

Here is the complete list of winners at the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards:

BEST SONG
Bruno Mars – “Locked Out Of Heaven”

BEST VIDEO
Miley Cyrus – “Wrecking Ball”

BEST NEW
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

BEST FEMALE
Katy Perry

BEST MALE
Justin Bieber

BEST POP
One Direction

BEST LIVE
Beyoncé

BEST HIP HOP
Eminem

BEST ROCK
Green Day

BEST ELECTRONIC
Avicii

BEST ALTERNATIVE
Thirty Seconds To Mars

BEST LOOK
Harry Styles

BIGGEST FANS
Tokio Hotel

BEST WORLD STAGE
Linkin Park – Mexico 2012

BEST PUSH
Austin Mahone – April 2013

BEST WORLDWIDE ACT
Chris Lee

GLOBAL ICON
Eminem

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