The stars were out in New York City on Sunday night for the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, with everyone from established divas like Beyonce and Adele to newcomers DNCE and Bryson Tiller looking to take home the award show's coveted Moonman trophy. Queen Bey was nominated for a career-best 11 awards for her Lemonade album, while Adele was close on her heels with eight.
And don't forget about the boys. Drake's endlessly memed "Hotline Bling" was also well represented in the nominations, as well as Kanye West's controversial "Famous." Both artists were up for Video of the Year, alongside Justin Bieber’s “Sorry.”