Taylor Swift leads the nominations for this year’s MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) with seven.
The Shake It Off singer has been nominated in categories such as Best Artist, Best Song and Best Video for Anti-Hero, Best Pop, and Best Live for The Eras Tour.
The shortlist comes just weeks after the 33-year-old singer dominated MTV’s other prizegiving show, the Video Music Awards (VMAs), in September.
She won nine of the eleven categories she was nominated for, tying the record for the most wins in one night, and now has the second-most overall VMA wins.
At the EMAs, Swift is closely followed by Olivia Rodrigo and SZA with six nominations each. They have also been nominated for Best Artist alongside Swift, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj and Doja Cat.
The other nominees for Best Song include Doja Cat for Paint the Town Red, Jung Kook and Latto for Seven, Miley Cyrus with Flowers, Rodrigo for Vampire, SZA for Kill Bill, and Rema with Selena Gomez for Calm Down.
The 2023 MTV EMAs will take place on 5 November at Paris Nord Villepinte in France.
Fans can vote for their favourite artists on the MTV EMA website until 31 October.