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Janet Jackson speaks out for 'women whose voices have been silenced'

08 November 2018
Janet Jackson speaks out for 'women whose voices have been silenced'

Elsewhere, it was a great night for "Never Be The Same" hitmaker Camila Cabello, who won four out of the six awards she was nominated for including the prestigious Best Artist gong.

"Like millions of other women out there, I know about bullying", she told the crowd.

"The american singer Janet Jackson, for more than three decades on stage, has been awarded the title of" Icon global", an award already assigned in previous editions to U2, Queen, Whitney Houston, or Eminem. We have a long long way to go and trust me, we wouldn't have been able to do this without you.

Jackson also called for a more united and tolerant world.

Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello was the top victor at the MTV Europe Music awards on Sunday night, with "Best Song", "Best Artist", "Best Video" and "Best U.S. Act" in a show that featured a stellar performance from Janet Jackson.

Ojeifo's works' border on mental health, especially for women and she has been identified as a vibrant voice in creating awareness for mental health in Nigeria. Who have been abused. "You are my sisters".

"Tonight I carry the hope that a new world is emerging", she said.

She delivered an impassioned plea for women to use their voices and speak up against injustices. Just before being joined onstage, Minaj shook the house with her new song "Good Form".

Ms. Ofilia wrote on Instagram for their fans: "Big-Ri and I are so so so grateful!"

Who performed at this year's EMAs? I love you guys.