Janet Jackson Delivers Rousing #MeToo Speech At MTV Europe Music Awards

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The show took place at Bilbao's exhibition center and was hosted by Hailee Steinfeld, who performed "Back to Life", a song that will feature on the soundtrack of her forthcoming movie Bumblebee.

Shillong-based Big-Ri & Meba Ofilia won the Best India Act for their song Done Talking at the 2018 Europe Music Awards, where American-Cuban singer-songwriter Camila Cabello scooped four honours.

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

She has previously won an MTV Video Award for Havana. I stand with you.

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Jackson spoke out against gender inequality and asked for female voices to be heard in her acceptance speech. Women who have been abused, women who have been intimidated, women who live in fear... This category was founded to elevate and empower the fearless, original young people who are changing the world. "You are my sisters". "Tonight I carry the hope that a new world is emerging", she continued.

The 21-year-old Cuba-born singer is riding high, fresh from winning prestigious prizes at the MTV Video Music Awards in August - artist of the year and video of the year. "Women, our voices will be heard". I know how special that bond is.

"I believe this goes to show that even though we are small in numbers, when we come together united, we can achieve many things", he added. That's important... I started out when I was seven in the industry [and] I think it's important to still make sure you listen to your mama, you listen to your parents.