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The pop diva was in the running for 11 awards at MTV's annual extravaganza, which will take place August 28 in New York's Madison Square Garden, a shift from the more common venue in Los Angeles. Adele came in second with eight nominations. All but seven were for the chart-topping English balladeer's "Hello," which with more than 1.6 billion views is the fifth most watched video ever on YouTube.
The spinoff of the popular segment from 'The Late Late Show With James Corden' is part of Apple's efforts to boost subscribers to its music app.
BeyoncÃ© led with 11 nominations for "Lemonade."