Στην Υγειά μας, Αποκριάτικο Πάρτυ – 25/2/2017 – full video

Άρωμα αποκριάς έχει η εκπομπή «Στην υγειά μας ρε παιδιά» το Σάββατο 25 Φεβρουαρίου, στις 21:00. 

Ένα πάρτι χαράς που τον ρυθμό δίνουν ο Κώστας Μακεδόνας και ο Χρήστος Μάστορας με το συγκρότημα «Μέλισσες» και μας ξεσηκώνουν με τα τραγούδια τους.

Σ’ αυτή την γιορτή κοντά μας είναι εκλεκτοί καλεσμένοι μεταξύ των οποίων οι Ολυμπιονίκες Λευτέρης Πετρούνιας, Σπύρος Γιαννιώτης και Κλέλια Πανταζή.

Στην παρέα μας και η Κωνσταντίνα Σπυροπούλου και η ομάδα της εκπομπής «Σπίτι μου σπιτάκι μου»: Παύλος Σταματόπουλος, Φλορίντα Πετρουτσέλι, Σάββας Πούμπουρας και Νάνσυ Παραδεισανού. Ακόμα, η Μαίρη Συνατσάκη «ξεδιπλώνει» το ταλέντο της και στο τραγούδι, ο Λάκης Γαβαλάς με το μοναδικό του στυλ, ο δημοσιογράφος και ραδιοφωνικός παραγωγός Νίκος Συρίγος, η Άννα Πολύζου, ο Άρης Πλασκασοβίτης, ο Κωνσταντίνος Αγγελίδης, η διευθύντρια προγράμματος του ραδιοφωνικού σταθμού DERTI Εύη Αγγελίνα, ο διαιτολόγος Κωσταντίνος Χαρδαβέλλας και οι παρουσιάστριες Έβελυν Καζατζόγλου και Ευαγγελία Τσιορλίδα. 

Τέλος, στο μουσικό μέρος της εκπομπής συμμετέχουν επίσης οι: Ζωή Παπαδοπούλου, Πέννυ Μπαλτατζή, Γιάννα Φαφαλιού, Μαίρη Δούτση και Δήμητρα Κελεκίδη.

Two Aussies to contest Eurovision 2017


Australian-born and raised singer Anya Nissen has won a Danish competition to represent that country in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Two Australians will be competing in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest after NSW-born Anya Nissen beat nine other finalists for the right to represent Denmark. After narrowly finishing second last year in Denmark’s Eurovision selection competition – the Danish Melodi Grand Prix – Nissen triumphed on Saturday in the city of Herning with her song Where I Am.

Nissen, 21, brought up on her Danish parents’ farm west of Sydney, won The Voice on Australian TV in 2014 when she was coached by Black Eyed Peas star Will.i.am.

The Eurovision news site, ESCDAILY.com, says she was asked by SBS to go to Eurovision in 2015. But eventually SBS chose Guy Sebastian instead.

In May in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, Nissen will be vying against the yet-to-be-announced Australian entrant and others in the Eurovision contest.

Last May in Stockholm, Australian singer Dami Im came second overall and won the jury vote with her song Sound of Silence, paving the way for Australia to be represented again this year.

Sebastian, Australia’s first entrant in the contest, came fifth in Vienna in 2015 with his song Tonight Again.

The Australian artist chasing Eurovision glory at the world’s biggest song contest is about to be announced, on Tuesday 7 March.  

For the first time ever, Australia’s artist and song will both be revealed at the same time in an intimate live performance at a secret location in Melbourne – hosted by SBS’s Eurovision commentator, host, expert and enthusiast Julia Zemiro.

The artist reveal will be broadcast LIVE on SBS Facebook from 5.30pm. Stay tuned to the SBS Facebook page for updates and a countdown to the announcement moment!

Who will it be? Will a group, male solo, or female solo take the stage?  

Is the song Australians will be belting out in their living rooms an upbeat party anthem, or emotional power ballad? 

All will be revealed… Tuesday 7 March.

The Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals will take place on 9 May and 11 May, with the Grand Final taking place on 13 May 2017.

Michael Satrazemis, Director of Photography in Walking Dead


Michael Satrazemis is the Director of Photography of the tv series Walking Dead. He has also directed 7 episodes of the successful tv series.
Michael is of Greek descent. He started his career in the entertainment business as a grip on “My Cousin Vinny”, and he transitioned into the camera department soon after. He has been working in the camera department for two decades.


Cinematographer Michael Satrazemis began as a camera operator in season one, before rising to serve as the show’s primary Director of Photography and occasional director in season four. He worked as the “A” Camera Operator on “The Walking Dead”. Camera Operators perform a vital role within the camera department, by supporting the Director of Photography and the Director by accurately carrying out their instructions to achieve their vision.

“There’s going to be a good deal this season, more than we’ve ever seen. It’s great to shoot those. We can put on the widest lens we have and fill it with information — people and walkers. And it’s crazy to see that many walkers. I’ve always been attracted to the show because of the story. So any time we isolate a couple of characters and get to tell the story that’s underneath this comic book, apocalyptic show, that’s fun for me” he said in an interview about season 4 of the “Walking Dead”.

Because of the show’s constantly evolving storylines, Satrazemis notes it’s difficult to plan too far ahead. “’Walking Dead’ in general there’s always some trick to something because we don’t have sets that remain for very long.

“We’re prepping right now for the new season, but I can’t prep for the whole season because there’s going to be a million different things that I don’t even know about. So you wake up every morning and come on in charging.”

The new star in Broadway Constantine Maroulis

Upcoming shows:

March 12 – The Green Room 42 – New York, NY https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10141221

April 29 – Rrazz Room – Philadelphia, PA 

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Constantine Maroulis is a very well-known rock singer in the United States mostly of his participation in the show American Idol as well as his solo career. He has also played roles in the Broadway.
Maroulis was born on September 17, 1975 in Brooklyn, United States. Both his maternal and his paternal grandparents immigrated to the United States from Greece in the 1920s and was brought up in the Greek Orthodox religion.

At the young age of five, he developed an interest in music, following the lead of his older brother, Athan. By the age of eleven, he was already studying the trumpet at Eisenhower Middle School and later sang in high school garage bands, including Lady Rain and Milkbone.

After graduating from Ramapo High School in 1993, he then earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Musical Theater from the Boston Conservatory.

 In 2000 he was in the cast of the musical, Suburban Dreams and has also competed on the dating show “Elimidate” and was an extra in NBC’s Law and Order: SVU.

He appeared in a number of off-Broadway roles from the Conservatory, along with a series of independent films. After graduating from the Conservatory, Maroulis trained as an acting apprentice at the prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts and toured in the Broadway international touring company of Rent performing the lead role of Roger Davis.

Constantine Maroulis in August 2004 decided to audition for the Television Show “American Idol”. He made some remarkable appearances like his rendition of the Queen classic “Bohemian Rhapsody” which earned him the praise of judges, including that of the usually harsh Simon Cowell.

At the personal invitation of Queen’s guitarist Brian May, Maroulis later recorded a studio version of the track for Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen, which was released on August 9, 2005 on Queen’s label, Hollywood Records.

On April 2005 Maroulis was eliminated from American Idol after he performed Nickelback’s “How You Remind Me” during the 2000s music round. After “American Idol” Maroulis was able to find time to record his own very first solo album simply titled “Constantine”.

In 2006 he was part of the cast in his first Broadway leading part of the Tony nominated musical “The Wedding Singer”. Along with the other cast members, he contributed a recording of the Adam Sandler “Hanukkah Song” to the 8th Carols for a Cure CD to help raise funds for the Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS organization.

In September 2009, Maroulis launched his “A Night at the Rock Show” series of sold-out solo shows in New York City, featuring “Constantine’s unique interpretations of some of the greatest rock songs of all time”.

From then on Maroulis was mainly involved in acting. He had the role of Drew in the hit Broadway musical “Rock of Ages” in 2009 and on May he received a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical.

Maroulis headlined the national touring production with the first show opening in Chicago on September 21, 2010 and his last performance was on July 24, 2011 at the National Theatre in Washington, DC.

Maroulis was cast in the lead role of Melvin Ferd the Third, in The Alley Theatre’s production of “The Toxic Avenger”, which performed in Houston, Texas until February 12, 2012 and the same year became the host of a new series on Fuse.tv.com, Unofficial Idol Forum.

In autumn 2012, Maroulis took on the title role(s) in Frank Wildhorn’s “Jekyll and Hyde”, co-starring with Deborah Cox and on July 23, 2014, it was announced that Maroulis would be returning to as Drew at the Helen Hayes Theater till January 18, 2015 which was his last appearance.

Constantine Maroulis and Angel Reed have a daughter, Malena James Reed-Maroulis.

John Varvatos is a famous fashion designer who dresses the famous men of Hollywood

John Varvatos is a famous fashion designer and founder of the design company “John Varvatos” which specializes in menswear.
The Varvatos family is originally from the village of Poulata on the Greek island of Kefalonia. The Greek designer was born in Detroit and grew up in Allen Park.


In 1983, J. Varvatos began working at Polo Ralph Lauren. In 1990, he joined Calvin Klein as the head of department for menswear and managed the launch of men’s line. Five years later, he returned to Ralph Lauren as the design head for menswear for all the brands of the company and introduced the Polo Jeans line. His success led him to new positions inside the company.

In 1999, John Varvatos founded his own company and debuted his first apparel line in New York at the end of 2000. The same year, he opened his first store in SoHo, a New York City neighborhood. In his own words, he designs the line for “a guy who appreciates beautiful fabrics and great details, without being too over-the-top. My philosophy is about reaching back to move forward. I have something different to say with a sensibility that is both old and new”.

Shortly after launching his collection, John Varvatos receives the Council of Fashion Designers of America Perry Ellis Award for New Menswear Designer.

For the second year in a row, in 2001, J. Varvatos is presented with an award by the Council of Fashion Designers of America, this time for Menswear Designer of the Year.

In September 2001, Varvatos’ collaboration with Converse gets off to a wildly successful start. The collection respects Converse’s century-long heritage but is totally transformed by Varvatos’ unique vision and urban-rocker sensibility.

In March 2004, he launched his first fragrance for men. The cologne was called “John Varvatos Classic”. The fragrance collection has since grown to include “Vintage”, “Artisan”, “Artisan Black” and the “10th Anniversary Limited Edition”.

A year later, in 2005, the Greek designer received a second Council of Fashion Designers of America “Menswear Designer of the Year Award”, and in 2007 in GQ’s “Men of the Year” issue, John Varvatos is named Designer of the Year.


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The Greek vampire Theodore Zoumboulidis of True Blood


Theodore Zoumboulidis, best known as Theo Alexander, is a Greek actor, who gained worldwide popularity with his role in the feature film El Greco and the television series True Blood.

Zoumboulidis was born in 1981 in Athens and used to reside at Glyfada. His family’s origins are from Istanbul and Mani.


Since his early age, he had always been looking for any opportunity to play a role even in school theatre performances. He later studied Business Management at the Boston University before studying acting at the Circle in the Square School in New York. His dream to become an actor forced him to stay in the United States. He currently lives in Los Angeles, the heart of world cinema.

In 2007, he played the role of Manousos in El Greco and has also appeared in CSI NY, Pushing Daisies and Chuck, where he played the role of a Greek mafioso.

“About the role of Chuck, I called my brother. He said, “Listen man, if you don’t book the job and he’s a Greek guy, just come back”.

In 2010, Theo Alexander played the role of Talbot in True Blood, adding to his popularity and fans. During the same year, he also landed in the list of The 12 Most Handsome Greek Men and in 2013 he appeared at the Berlin Festival for the film Meteora.

Flashback to the times that Greeks had the honor to be nominated for a Oscar

Take a “trip” with us to the Oscars:

Katina Paxinou

During the 16th Oscar Awards, in 1944, presented in Grauman’s Chinese Theater, in Los Angeles, Katina Paxinou becomes the first Greek actress ever to be honored with the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, for incarnating Pilar, in “For Whom The Bell Tolls”, by Ernest Hemingway. It was the first time that the ceremony was held in a theater and not a restaurant, and it was also the first time that the Best Supporting Actors/Actresses win an Oscar Statuette and not an honorary plaque. For that same acting, Paxinou also won a Golden Globe.

Manos Hadjidakis – Melina Mercouri – Theoni Aldredge

The self-exiled Jules Dassin directed in 1960 the legendary film “Never On Sunday”, starring Melina Mercoruri, with the music of Manos Hadjidakis, and having Theoni Aldredge as costume designer. Naturally, the film was nominated for 5 Oscars: Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Costume Desing, Best Music, Original Song. It finally won the Best Music Award, but there was noone there to receive the Oscar. The Academy sent it to Manos Hadjidakis, but it was lost somewhere in Yugoslavia. After the journalists’ persistence, the composer agreed to hold the one that was given to Paxinou, for the sake of the photographers. A long time after that, the Academy sent him an exact copy.

Theoni Aldredge

Theoni Aldredge won the Best Costume Desing Award for “The Great Gatsby”, starring Robert Redford, in 1974.

Michale Cacoyannis

In 1962, “Electra”, by Michael Cacoyannis (his first time in the Oscars), was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. Unfortunately, the film “Sundays and Cybete” prevailed. Two years laters, his film “Zorba the Greek”, won three Oscars (Best Supporting Actress for Lila Kedrova, Best Cinematography, for Walter Lassally and Best Art Direction-Set Decoration for Vassilis Photopoulos. The film was also nominated for Best Actor in leading role, Best Director, Best Picture and Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium. A few years later, in 1978, in the 50th Oscar Awards, Michael Cacoyannis and his “Iphigeneia” are nominated for Best Foreign Language Film, but the french “Madame Rosa” was the winner.

Vasilis Georgiadis

Georgiadis’ films “Ta kokkina fanaria” and “Blood on the land” were nominated for Best Foreign Lanuage Film (in 1963 and 1965). None of them won the Oscar. The first because it had to compete with the magnificent film “ 8 ½” by Federico Fellini, and the second, lost from the “Shop On The Main Street”, a film from Czechoslovakia.

Petro Vlahos

He won his first Oscar in 1964 for the “conception and perfection of techniques for color traveling matte composite cinematography”. In 1978, Petro won an Emmy Award for Ultimatte Compositing Technology. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences gave him a Medal of Commendation in 1992. In 1993 he was the recipient of the Gordon E. Sawyer Award, his second Oscar. In 1995 he shared a third Oscar (Academy Scientific and Technical Award) with his son, Paul, for the blue-screen advances made by Ultimatte Corporation.

Costa Gavras

The film “Z” by Costa Gavras, which presents the murder of the lefttist MP Grigoris Lambrakis was nominated for two Oscars in the 42nd Academy Awards, in 1970, representing Algeria. It won the Best Film Editing Oscar and Best Foreing Language Film.

Vangelis Papathanasiou or “Vangelis”

It was in 1982 that the composer Vangelis Papathanasiou won the Oscar for Best Music for the film “The Chariots of Fire”, a music theme that brings us in mind the great Olympic Games ever since.

Christina Lazaridi

In the category Best Short Film, Christina Lazaridi was nominated for “One Day Crossing”, but unfortunately didn’t get to win.

Yorgos Lanthimos

The film “Kynodontas” by Yorgos Lanthimos brought fame and glory to the greek cinema, being nominated as Best Foreign Language Film in 2011, and made the world see the greek cinema with a different view. Unfortunately, the film “In A Better World” from Denmark won instead. Lanthimos is again nominated in the category Original Screenplay for 2017 with “The Lobster”.

Elia Kazan

Elia Kazan won the Oscar for Best Director for “Gentleman’s Agreement” in 1948, starring Gregory Peck, and a few years later, in 1955, he won again with the film “On The Waterfront”, in which Marlon Brando won the Oscar for Best Actor in leading role. In 1963, his film “America America” was nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Writing and Screenplay. Gene Callahan won the Oscar for Best Art Direction-Set Decoration. Elia Kazan receives an honorary Oscar from Martin Scorsese in 1999.

Nicholas Kazan

Elia’s son, Nicholas, was nominated for Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium.

Olympia Dukakis

Olympia Dukakis won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in the film “Moonstruck”.

George Chakiris

In 1962 George Chakiris won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for the film “West Side Story”, and became the first actor to win an Oscar for his dancing skills.

Hermes Pan

Pan was born Hermes Panagiotopoulos in 1909 in Memphis, Tennessee, of Greek extraction. His father, the Greek consul in Memphis, Tennessee was from Kalavryta in Peloponnese, where his family had opened the first theatre. He is principally remembered as Fred Astaire’s choreographic collaborator on the famous 1930s movie musicals starring Astaire and Ginger Rogers. He won an Emmy Award for the 1958 television special An Evening with Fred Astaire and was recognized with a National Film Award in 1980, and by the Joffrey Ballet in 1986. He was awarded the 1937 Academy Award for Best Dance Direction for “A Damsel in Distress”. He had previously received Academy Award nominations for the “Top Hat” and “The Piccolino” numbers from Top Hat (1935) and for the “Bojangles of Harlem”‘ number from Swing Time (1936).

Telly Savalas

Telly Savalas was nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting role for the film “Birdman of Alcatraz”, in 1963.

Phedon Papamichael

He was nominated for the Oscar of Best Achievement in Cinematography in 2014, for the film “Nebraska”, which was directed by the also Greek Alexander Payne. The film was nominated for 6 Oscars: Best Motion Picture of the Year, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Best Achievement in Cinematography, Best Achievement in Directing, Best Writing, Original Screenplay.

Alexander Payne

Payne is a two time winner of the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, and a three time nominee of the Academy Award for Best Director. Payne’s film “The Descendants” was nominated for 5 Oscars: Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay, Best Motion Picture of the Year, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Best Achievement in Directing, Best Achievement in Film Editing. It finally won the Oscar for Adapted Screenplay.

Chris Sarandon

He was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for the film “Dog Day Afternoon”.

John Cassavetes

He was nominated for three Oscars: Best Director (for the fiml “A Woman Under The Influence” in 1975), Best Writing, Story and Screenplay – Written Directly for the Screen (“Face” in 1969( and Best Actor in a Supporting Role (in the film “The Dirty Dozen”, 1968).

Dean Tavoularis

He had five Oscar nominations (Best Art Direction-Set Decoration for “The Godfather: Part III” (1990), Best Art Direction-Set Decoration for “Tucker: The Man and His Dream” (1988), Best Art Direction-Set Decoration for “Apocalypse Now” (1979), Best Art Direction-Set Decoration for “The Brink’s Job” (1978), and Best Art Direction-Set Decoration for “The Godfather: Part II” (1974), which he actually won.

Nia Vardalos

Nominated for Best Writing, Original Screenplay for the very successful “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”.

Alexandre Desplat

He has eight nominations for Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures (The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014), The Imitation Game (2014), Philomena (2013), Argo (2012), The King’s Speech (2010), Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009), The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008), The Queen (2006). He got to win the Oscar for The Grand Budapest Hotel.

Louie Psihoyos

Psihoyos won the Oscar for Best Documentary for the film “The Cove”.

George Miller 

He is mostly famous for making the trilogy of the movie «Mad Max» (1979, 1981, 1985), and later on for «Happy Feet» (Oscar Award for Best Animated Feature Film of the Year 2006), and «Babe» (Oscar Award for Best Visual Effects in 1995). Mad Max is nominated for 10 Oscars.

Anthony Katagas


The Greek-American producer was one of the producers to win the award for Best Picture for “12 Years a Slave,” alongside Steve McQueen, Brad Pitt and Jeremy Kleiner. The noted Greek-American film producer, who has backed more than 30 films, hit the jackpot at the 2014 Academy Awards, winning an Oscar as one of the producers.

Nikolaj Arcel

He is best known for his 2012 film A Royal Affair which won two prizes at the Berlin International Film Festival and was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards.

Elizabeth Gianni- Georgiou

Elizabeth Gianni- Georgiou with David White are nominated in the category Makeup and Hairstyling, for their wotk in the movie Guardians of the Galaxy in 2015.

Mary Zophres


Mary Zophres is one of the most talented costume designers in Hollywood. She has worked with the most important directors of Hollywood like Steven Spielberg and Coen Brothers among others. In the movie “True Grit” she earned an Oscar nomination of the best Costume Designer.

Daphne Matziaraki


The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that the 5 nominations for Documentary Short Subject for the 89th Academy Awards 2017. Among them Daphne Matziaraki’s documentary about the refugee crisis, «4.1 Miles».

John Stamos to Appear on Who Do You Think You Are?

LOS ANGELES, CA – Beloved Greek-American actor John Stamos will appear on the TLC show Who Do You Think You Are? airing on March 5 at 10 PM. Now in its 7th season, the show traces celebrities’ ancestry and discovers the remarkable family history and heritage of some of the most well-known people in the world.  John Stamos digs into the mystery of how his grandfather became an orphan, and learns of tensions between families that led to a horrible crime.

The celebrities participate in the investigation, traveling to the countries their ancestors left behind, revealing their family stories like a mystery through the documents and historical records the show’s researchers help uncover.

Stamos traveled to Greece to explore his roots for the show. The trailer for the upcoming season shows footage of Stamos observing that, “my family are such proud Greeks. Why did we leave here?”

The family’s original surname was Stamatopoulos, shortened to Stamos, as noted in the actor’s biography, and his father William Stamos, was a restaurateur. On his mother’s side, Stamos is of English and Irish ancestry. Family secrets are revealed in the course of the show and the trailer suggests some dramatic and dark history, including a murdered ancestor.

Who Do You Think You Are? featuring John Stamos and his family history will air on TLC on March 5 at 10 PM, check your local listings for the time in your area. Among the celebrities to appear on the show this season are Courteney Cox, Jessica Biel, Noah Wyle, Julie Bown, Liv Tyler, Smokey Robinson, and Jennifer Grey.

Brit awards 2017 winners – the full list

David Bowie honoured with two major awards at this year’s event, while Beyonce, Little Mix, Drake and newcomer Rag’n’Bone Man also took home prizes.


British male solo artist

Craig David 

David Bowie – WINNER

Kano 

Michael Kiwanuka 

Skepta




British female solo artist

Anohni 

Ellie Goulding 

Emeli Sandé – WINNER 

Lianne La Havas 

Nao



British group

The 1975 – WINNER 

Bastille 

Biffy Clyro 

Little Mix 

Radiohead



British breakthrough act

Anne-Marie 

Blossoms 

Rag’n’Bone Man – WINNER 

Skepta 

Stormzy



Brits global success award

Adele – WINNER



Best single

Alan Walker – Faded 

Calum Scott – Dancing On My Own 

Calvin Harris ft Rihanna – This Is What You Came For 

Clean Bandit ft Sean Paul & Anne-Marie – Rockabye 

Coldplay – Hymn For the Weekend 

James Arthur – Say You Won’t Let Go 

Jonas Blue feat. Dakota – Fast Car 

Little Mix – Shout Out To My Ex – WINNER 

Tinie Tempah ft Zara Larsson – Girls Like 

Zayn – Pillowtalk



Mastercard British Album

The 1975 – I Like It When You Sleep for You Are Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It 

David Bowie – Blackstar – WINNER 

Kano – Made in the Manor 

Michael Kiwanuka – Love & Hate 

Skepta – Konnichiwa



International male solo artist

Bon Iver 

Bruno Mars 

Drake – WINNER 

Leonard Cohen 

The Weeknd



International female solo artist

Beyoncé – WINNER 

Christine and the Queens 

Rihanna 

Sia 

Solange



International group

A Tribe Called Quest – WINNER 

Drake & Future 

Kings of Leon 

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds 

Twenty One Pilots



Best British video

Adele – Send My Love (To Your New Lover) 

Calvin Harris ft Rihanna – This Is What You Came For 

Clean Bandit ft Sean Paul & Anne-Marie – Rockabye 

Coldplay – Hymn for the Weekend 

James Arthur – Say You Won’t Let Go 

Jonas Blue ft Dakota – Fast Car 

Little Mix ft Sean Paul – Hair 

One Direction – History – WINNER 

Tinie Tempah ft Zara Larsson – Girls Like 

Zayn – Pillowtalk