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Janet Jackson Gives #MeToo Speech at MTV EMA'S

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Stacy Diaz | 07 November, 2018, 16:58

And many singers from around the world hit the right notes when it came to dressing to the nines for the occasion. Moderated the Show, which is broadcast around the world in a half-billion households, from the Oscar-nominated actress and singer, Hailee Steinfeld ("True Grit)".

At the end of August, she had already won two of the most prestigious awards at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMA), trophies, music videos the most popular in the United States, being a sacred Artist of the year and Video of the year.

English singer Dua Lipa also turned heads with her deep V-neck Saint Laurent floral print mini dress. "I'm with you, you are my sisters", she started.

Since it was revealed that Janet Jackson's career was purposefully hindered by the influence of the now-disgraced CBS chairman Leslie Moonves, one of music's greatest living female icons has been getting the awards she so rightfully deserves.

US-Cuban singer Camila Cabello poses with her four awards backstage during the MTV Europe Music Awards at the Bizkaia Arena in the northern Spanish city of Bilbao on November 4, 2018.

Jackson performed three of her hits, including "Made For Now", "All For You" and "Rhythm Nation" amongst fiery explosions and a number of backup dancers, before receiving the Global Icon Award.

After Nicki Minaj and Little Mix got the music going, the singer of Panic!

Avicii has won many awards in the past.

Nicki Minaj was also a big victor, earning Best Look and Best Hip-Hop.

Dua Lipa won best pop artist, while the USA group Panic! at the Disco won best alternative artist and Marshmello snagged best electro artist. When the cube lifted, water poured down on her like rain.

On Saturday night, Muse kicked off the weekend's festivities with guitar-driven rock concert at San Mames Stadium, home to local soccer club Athletic Bilbao.

Nigeria's 26-year-old Hauwa Ojeifo - a bold change maker who founded a movement of love, hope and support to give mental health a voice in her home country, Nigeria - was announced a joint victor of the first-ever "MTV EMA Generation Change Award".