Taylor Swift is the first artist to win this VMAs feat 2022 along with other record-breakers for 2022

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The best long-form video, video of the year, and best direction were all given to Taylor Swift at the 2022 Video Music Awards for her work on “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version).”

Details about the Taylor Swift Winning VMAs Feat 2022:

On Sunday, the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, hosted the VMAs for this year (Aug. 28).

Swift is the first musician to receive three videos of the year awards. She previously won for the songs “You Need to Calm Down” and “Bad Blood,” both of which featured Kendrick Lamar (2019).

This is similar to what Swift accomplished in 2021 at the Grammy Awards when she became the first female artist to win album of the year three times. Swift, however, is the first artist to accomplish this milestone ever, regardless of gender.

Swift now has 14 VMAs in her career, moving her up to fourth place all-time, behind Beyoncé (29), Madonna (20), and Lady Gaga (18). The top four winners of all time are, in fact, all female solo performers.

Four awards were given to Jack Harlow in all, but two of them were in technical categories. Harry Styles and Lil Nas X both received three honors. Lisa of BLACKPINK, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Nicki Minaj all received two awards.

The program had several genuine surprises, such as when Anitta defeated Bad Bunny for best Latin and Lisa defeated BTS for best K-pop.

Minaj, Harlow, and LL Cool J “anchored” the program. The Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award went to Minaj. The Global Icon Award was presented to Red Hot Chili Peppers. These artists each received honors in competitive categories.

Information about the important records set by Taylor Swift during the 2022 VMAs.

The first music video directed by the artist alone to win the video of the year is “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version). Four previous videos of the year winners, Missy Elliott’s “Work It” (with Dave Meyers), Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.” (with Meyers and Dave Free), Taylor Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down” (with Drew Kirsch), and Lil Nas X’s “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” was co-directed by the artist with an outside collaborator (with Tanu Muino).

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