Two of those nominations, Best Collaboration and Best Male Video, went to "This Is What You Came For," the song that features Rihanna and his ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift admitted to writing earlier this month. Harris is also up for Best Electronic Video for his and Disciples song, "How Deep Is Your Love." On Tuesday afternoon, the 32-year-old music producer snapped a video message calling out his nominations while shirtless and "getting exactly 15 minutes of sun."
Swift, however, received zero VMA nominations this year, despite being up for 10 noms in 2015. Much of the 26-year-old singer's music is not eligible for a VMA, as many of her music videos came out over a year ago and her album, 1989, was released in 2014. That being said, within a year, the six-time VMA winner has come out with music videos for "Wildest Dreams," "Out of the Woods" and "New Romantics."
While Harris was celebrating his VMA nods, Tom Hiddleston was touching down in Los Angeles, California, where Swift was seen over the weekend. The 35-year-old actor flew solo, but was seen getting dropped off at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, California, by the "Shake It Off" singer's driver.
Over the weekend, Hiddleston also showed up stag to Comic-Con in San Diego, California, but managed to have a great time without his girlfriend on his arm. "It's been great, man. Real good fun," he told ET of the event. "[I'm] just on my own."