Taylor Swift reigns supreme at iHeartRadio Music Awards 2016

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Taylor Swift reigned supreme (as per!) at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

The 26-year-old picked up four prizes – Female Artist of the Year, Album of the Year for 1989, Best Tour and also the Most Meme-able Moment for her “Crazy Girl with Running Mascara” from the Blank Space video, but despite the accolades there was one highlight for T-Swizzle – her Scottish boyfriend, Calvin Harris.

“For the first time I had the most amazing person to come home to when the spotlight went out and the crowds were all gone. So I want to thank my boyfriend Adam for that,” Swift gushed from the stage, referencing the DJ’s real name,  Adam Wiles.

She also gave a sweet shout-out to her parents, and said she would be taking a break from the spotlight: “This is probably my last awards show for a while.”   The #iheartawards were magical and I’m so grateful for everything you’ve made happen in the last 10 years. I don’t take one second of this for granted. I love you so much.A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Apr 3, 2016 at 11:10pm PDT

The star was dressed to kill in a skintight, black sequin jumpsuit that gave Catwoman a run for her money. Her short blonde, Anna Wintour-style bob remains, and was given some extra texture on the night to go with her sassy look.

Some of Tay Tay’s girl squad were also in attendance, including best pal Selena Gomez, who was named the ceremony’s Triple Threat, and Zendaya.

The Shake It Off singer and ringleader of the crew that also includes the likes of Karlie Kloss​, Gigi Hadid​, Kendall Jenner, Lorde, Martha Hunt, thanked them for their support.

“The decision to make a pop album was not made in a conference room [or] at a record label,” she told the crowd. “Those decisions were made in a kitchen with my girlfriends and the women in my life.”    Forever. @selenagomezA photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Apr 3, 2016 at 11:11pm PDT

“You guys were always there when I had questions,” she continued. “They were the ones who reinforced me and said you’re doing the right thing.”

Australia singer Iggy Azalea, 25, made her first public appearance since her fiance Nick Young’s alleged cheating confession. The Mullumbimby star didn’t bring the LA Lakers star for support but she didn’t wear her 10.43 carat engagement ring.

She didn’t mention Young when speaking with E!, but did reveal the backstory to new song, Team.

“Everybody knows, it’s no secret, I had a bit of a turbulent 2015,” she said. “I wanted to not breeze over that. I wanted to acknowledge how I felt about it, and I just wanted to say, ‘You know what? I think it’s fine if everybody doesn’t support me because I am a believer in myself.'”

While Azalea, real name Amethyst Kelly, may not have made Swift’s clique, she revealed she has one of her own in Demi Lovato (a known Swift cynic).

“Demi is awesome and it’s so cool we live so close to each other because I can just roll down to her house and knock on her door and harass her and eat her food in her kitchen when I don’t have any groceries,” Azalea said.   A photo posted by Iggy Azalea (@thenewclassic) on Jan 1, 2016 at 1:14am PST

Winners:

Song of the Year – Hello by Adele

Female Artist of the Year – Taylor Swift

Male Artist of the Year – Justin Bieber

Best New Artist – Fetty Wap

Best Duo/Group of the Year – Maroon 5

Album of the Year – 1989 by Taylor Swift

Best Tour – Taylor Swift

Alternative Rock Artist of the Year – Twenty One Pilots

Alternative Rock Song of the Year – Stressed Out by Twenty One Pilots

Rock Artist of the Year – Foo Fighters

Rock Song of the Year – Heavy Is The Head by Zac Brown Band featuring Chris Cornell

Country Song of the Year – Buy Me a Boat by Chris Janson

Country Artist of the Year – Luke Bryan

Dance Song of the Year – Where Are U Now by Skrillex and Diplo​ with Justin Bieber​

Dance Artist of the Year – Calvin Harris

Hip Hop Song of the Year – Hotline Bling​ by Drake

Hip Hop Artist of the Year – Drake

R&B Song of the Year – Earned It by The Weeknd​

R&B Artist of the Year – Chris Brown

Latin Song of the Year – El Perdon​ by Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias

Latin Artist of the Year – Pitbull​

Regional Mexican Song of the Year – Levantando Polvadera​ by Voz de Mando​

Regional Mexican Artist of the Year – Banda Los Recoditos

Best Lyrics – Fight Song by Rachel Platten​

Best Collaboration – Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars

Best Cover Song – Uptown Funk by Fifth Harmony, Jasmine V, Jacob Whitesides and Mahogany Lox

Best Song from a Movie – Til It Happens To You by Lady Gaga (The Hunting Ground)

Most Meme-able Moment – Taylor Swift’s Crazy Girl with Running Mascara (from Blank Space video)

Triple Threat – Selena Gomez

Best Fan Army – Justin Bieber’s​ Beliebers

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