NEW YORK (AP) — The video of the year trophy was the final memorable moment of a night full of them for Justin Timberlake at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Timberlake won the top honor for "Mirrors" on the same night he reunited briefly with 'N Sync and received the Michael Jackson Vanguard Video Award on Sunday as the awards debuted in Brooklyn.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis were the night's other top winners, taking home best hip-hop video for "Can't Hold Us" and best video with a social message for "Same Love," a marriage equality anthem. Other winners included Taylor Swift, One Direction, Bruno Mars, Selena Gomez and Thirty Seconds to Mars.
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