2014 World Music Awards

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2014 World Music Awards
2014 WMA Logo.jpg
Official poster
DateMay 27, 2014 (2014-05-27)
LocationSalle des Etoiles, Monte Carlo
CountryMonaco
Hosted byPamela Anderson & Jason Derulo
Websitehttp://worldmusicawards.com/ Edit this on Wikidata

The 2014 World Music Awards was a music awards ceremony that was held on May 27, 2014, at the Salle des Etoiles in Monte Carlo, Monaco.[1] It was the 22nd edition of the show since its start in 1989, and the first ceremony since 2010.

Awards[edit]

At the ceremony, Mariah Carey received the Pop Icon Award for having sold over 200 million records and having more No.1 singles in America than any other female solo artist.[2] Miley Cyrus received the award for world's Best Pop Rock Female Artist. She also won World's Best Video for "Wrecking Ball" and World's Best Female Artist voted by the fans. Han Geng received the awards for World's Best Male Artist voted by the fans. Laura Pausini received an awards for her 20 years of career.[3] Ricky Martin received the Latin Legend Award for his global record sales.[2][4]

World Music Awards Winners — Full List[edit]

Worlds Best-selling Recording Act - One Direction;
Worlds Best Female Artist (voted by the fans) - Miley Cyrus;
Worlds Best Male Artist (voted on by fans) - Han Geng;
Worlds Best-selling Group - One Direction;
Worlds Best-selling Artist - Eminem;
Worlds Best-selling Pop Act - One Direction;
Worlds Best Pop Artist (voted by the Fans) - Justin Bieber;
World’s Best-selling Pop Rock Male Artist - Justin Timberlake;
Worlds Best-selling Pop Rock Female Artist - Miley Cyrus;
World’s Best-selling Rock Act - Imagine Dragons;
World’s Best-selling R & B Act - Beyonce;
World’s Best-selling Rap/Hip Hop Act - Eminem;
Worlds Best-selling Alternative Act - Lorde;
Worlds Best Alternative Act (voted by the fans) - Fall Out Boy;
World’s Best-selling EDM Act - Daft Punk;
Worlds Best EDM Artist (voted by the fans) - Avicii;
Worlds Best-selling New Artist - Lorde;
Worlds best Video - Miley Cyrus;
Worlds Best Fanbase - Britney Spears;

NATIONAL BEST-SELLING ARTISTS
Best-selling Algerian Artist - Khaled;
Best-selling American Artist - Eminem;
Best-selling Australasian Artist - Lorde;
Best-selling Azerbaijan Artist - Emin;
Best-selling Benelux Artist - Stromae;
Best-selling Canadian Artist - Michael Buble;
Best-selling Chinese Artist - Chris Lee;
Best-selling British Act - One Direction;
Best-selling Egyptian Artist - Amr Diab;
Best-selling French Artist - Daft Punk;
Best-selling German Artist - Helen Fischer;
Best-selling Indonesian Artist - Anggun;
Best-selling Italian Artist - Laura Pausini;
Best-selling Lebanese Act - Nancy Ajram;
Best-selling Korean Act - EXO;
Best-selling Latin Artist - Shakira;
Best-selling Japanese Artist - AKB48;
Best-selling Moroccan Artist - Samira Said;
Best-selling Philippines Artist - Sara Geronimo;
Best-selling Portuguese Artist - Tony Carreira;
Best-selling Russian Artist - Grigory Leps;
Best-selling Scandinavian Artist - Avicii;
Best-selling Spanish Artist - David Bisbal;
Best-selling Vietnam Artst - My Tam;

LEGEND AWARDS
Greek Legend - Sakis
Latin Legend - Ricky Martin
Outstanding Contribution to Dance Music - Flo Rida
Pop Icon Award - Mariah Carey
Best selling No.1 singles Female Artist in America of All Time - Mariah Carey
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Talent Delays[edit]

The 22nd edition of the World Music Awards had been scheduled to be held December 20, 2012 at Miami's Marlins Park, but was canceled days beforehand due to issues with visa approval for artists coming in for the ceremony and in its own statement, out of respect to victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.[6][7]

The show was not held in 2013, and returned on May 27, 2014. The organization came to an agreement with the American NBC network to broadcast the ceremony with a tape delay on May 28. Delays due to talent caused the event to start late, and the shows' executive producers failed to meet the NBC edit deadline and deliver the show in time for it to be broadcast the next night. Mariah Carey arrived three hours late to open the show, which caused the ceremony to run hours over its original taping schedule.[1][8] Sharon Stone had been slated to host the ceremony, but pulled out at the last minute due after refusing the form of payment offered by the WMA organizers. Likewise, a scheduled livestream of the red carpet featuring Mariah's presentation of her new album to the world press via the website of music industry publication Billboard was called off due to Mariah's no-show.[9]

Pamela Anderson and Jason Derulo stepped in to host the ceremony at the last minute. NBC substituted the scheduled show on May 28 with a rerun of the premiere of that season's America's Got Talent.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Marianne Garvey; Brian Niemietz; Oliver Coleman (4 June 2014). "NBC gets sour note as World Music Awards with Miley Cyrus and Mariah Carey miss air date". New York Daily News. Retrieved 5 June 2014.
  2. ^ a b Dickinson, Natalie (May 17, 2014). "Miley Cyrus and Gary Barlow to perform at the World Music Awards alongside Mariah Carey". Daily Mirror. Retrieved 18 May 2014.
  3. ^ "World Music Awards 2014, los ganadores". musicanueva.es (in Spanish). 28 May 2014. Archived from the original on 31 May 2014. Retrieved 2 June 2014.
  4. ^ "World Music Awards 2014 Winners List". TwiceasNice. 30 May 2014. Archived from the original on 23 June 2015. Retrieved 22 June 2015.
  5. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20150623052010/http://www.twiceasnice.co.uk/index.php/news/6632/world-music-awards-2014-winners-list/
  6. ^ Abravanel, Lesley (20 December 2012). "World Music Awards sham canceled, uses Sandy Hook tragedy as excuse". The Miami Herald. Retrieved 18 May 2014.
  7. ^ Pajot, S. "World Music Awards Canceled, Exposed as a Con, Blaming "Visa Issues," Newtown Shooting". Miami NewTimes Blogs. Retrieved 18 May 2014.
  8. ^ Watts, Halina (27 May 2014). "Mariah Carey causes chaos at World Music Awards after album launch delayed by 4 hours". Daily Mirror. Retrieved 12 July 2014.
  9. ^ "World Music Awards Red Carpet Pre-Show". Billboard. 27 May 2014. Retrieved 12 July 2014.

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