Drake and Lorde among iHeartRadio Much Music Video Award winners

Hotline Bling singer Drake took home two awards at the ceremony, hosted by DNCE frontman Joe Jonas and singer Alessia Cara in Toronto, Canada, for Most Buzzworthy Canadian Artist and iHeartRadio Canadian Single of the Year for his track One Dance.Iggy Azalea at the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards on June 18.Other performers at the Toronto ceremony included Jonas” group DNCE, which performed “Kissing Strangers.’ Lorde, who closed out the MMVAs with a rendition of ‘Green Light, ‘ was named best worldwide artist, while Imagine Dragons won for best global group just days ahead of their third album, Evolve, coming out on June 23.”The rap star also earned an honor for Best Canadian Single of the Year for ‘One Dance” during the event which was hosted by Joe Jonas and Alessia Cara and held in Toronto.A Tribe Called Red won trophies for best video for ‘R.E.D.’ and best director for Kevan Funk.”Our voices, they’re young, they’re influential”, he said.The loudest cheers on the red carpet went to One Direction’s Niall Horan, who had to dart through the crowd to get into the building and got mobbed by fans in the process.Other winners included Lorde for worldwide artist of the year, who wasted little time before sharing her affection for the country. Another former band member who has recently ventured into the solo music world is Camila Cabello, who was honoured following her Fifth Harmony exit with the prize for Best New International Artist.Picking up the gong, she dedicated it to her dad Alejandro Cabello, “because it’s Father’s Day”.Bell Media is no longer required to fund the program.Lead singer Josh Ramsay arrived hidden in a cake before he revealed himself – nearly all of himself – in a faux whip cream bikini.”I was like, you know what, let’s do something classy”, Ramsay said of the choice.