Taylor Swift took home four MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) on Sunday night at a big event in Los Angeles, USA.
She won the night's biggest prize, the Video of the Year award, for 'Bad Blood'.
"I'm just happy that in 2015 we live in a world where boys can play princesses and girls can play soldiers," the 25-year-old singer said accepting her award.
Swift also won Best Pop Video and Best Female Video for 'Blank Space'.
The awards show was hosted by Miley Cyrus and featured performances by Justin Bieber, rapper Macklemore and The Weeknd.
Taylor Swift and Nicki Minaj opened the show with a duet of Minaj's 'The Night is Still Young' and Swift's 'Bad Blood'.
Justin Bieber also returned to the VMA stage after a two-year break to perform two new tracks, tearing up at the end of his performance.
New Jersey rapper Fetty Wap was named artist to watch, Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson's summer hit 'Uptown Funk' was named best male video and Nicki Minaj's 'Anaconda' won best hip hop video.
MTV's annual VMAs hands out Moonman statuettes to the year's top achievements in music videos.