EDM went hard at this year's MTV European Music Awards, which took place tonight at the Mediolanum Forum in Milan, Italy and was hosted by Ed Sheeran and Ruby Rose. Skrillex, Diplo and Martin Garrix took home big wins. Garrix laid claim to the title of "Best Electronic Act of the year," while Skrillex and Diplo's Jack Ü project took home the gold for best collaboration with Justin Bieber on the hugely successful single "Where Are Ü Now?"

It's been a big year for EDM, as dance music has continued to work its way into mainstream, popular music. Skrillex and Diplo dominated the charts, with Diplo's group Major Lazer finding massive success with "Lean On", "Where Are Ü Now?" achieved double platinum status, while Skrillex and Bieber teamed up once again this week on "Sorry". The wins for Garrix, Skrillex and Diplo just go to show that dance music isn't going anywhere anytime soon.

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