The Radio Disney Music Awards were held Saturday, April 26th - but taped for broadcast Sunday, April 27th at 8 PM ET/PT on the Disney Channel! Don’t read if you want to wait to see who wins… Spoiler Alert!
Selena Gomez, One Direction, Fifth Harmony, Taylor Swift and Zendaya were among the winners tonight at the Radio Disney Music Awards (RDMAs) held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE and included performances by Austin Mahone, Becky G, Zendaya, R5, Fifth Harmony and Ariana Grande, with the debut performance of new single “Problem” from her forthcoming second studio album.
Radio Disney Music Awards Video Highlights
Watch this clip to see 11-year-old singer, Aaliyah Rose was picked to sing “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen soundtrack at the Radio Disney Music Award! Also in this clip the Disney Channel team opened the show and Ariana Grande performed “Problem”, R5 performed “(I Can’t) Forget About You”, Fifth Harmony performed “Miss Movin’ On” and received an award, Zendaya performed “Replay,” Becky G performed “Shower” received an award and Austin Mahone performed “Mmm Yeah” the cast of Girl Meets World is trying to read the teleprompter and in the end of this clip, Shakira.
Watch the “Disney Channel Presents The Radio Disney Music Awards,” TV special tomorrow, SUNDAY, APRIL 27 (8:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.
The WATCH Disney Channel app will feature an exclusive digital special, “ARDY’s Pre-Show Party,” highlighting Pre-Show Festival performances and special moments from the red carpet. Get it Sunday, April 27 at 9:00 a.m. ET. Verified WATCH Disney Channel viewers can also watch a live simulcast of the TV special using their desktop or mobile device, and will be able to access the show on demand immediately after it airs at 9:30 p.m., ET.
“ARDY’s Pre-Show Party” and the television special will be available on Disney Channel On Demand on Friday, May 2 and on Disney.com and RadioDisney.com on Monday, May 5.
Fashion Report – What’s Hot on the Red Carpet this Year?
Interviews from the Red Carpet!
See Olivia Holt, I Didn’t Do It, Laura Marano, Austin & Ally, Spencer Boldman, Lab Rats, Dove Cameron, Liv & Maddie, Kelly Osbourne, The 7D, Cody Simpson, Dancing with the Stars, Lucy Hale, Pretty Little Liars, Zendaya, Zapped, Shakira, Heroes for a Change Winner in this video.
Complete Winners List for the 2014 Radio Disney Music Awards
They’re The One – Best Music Group: One Direction
He’s The One – Best Male Artist: Justin Timberlake
She’s The One – Best Female Artist: Demi Lovato
The Bestest – Song Of The Year: Come & Get It – Selena Gomez
XOXO – Best Crush Song: Still Into You – Paramore
So FANtastic – Fiercest Fans: Swifties – Taylor Swift
The Buzz – Breakout Artist of the Year: Fifth Harmony
The Freshest – Best New Artist*: Becky G
Musical Mashup – Best Musical Collaboration*: Everything Has Changed – Taylor Swift feat. Ed Sheeran
So Happy – Best Song That Makes You Smile (Sponsored by ARM & HAMMER Tooth Tunes)*: Ooh La La – Britney Spears
#Cool – Radio Disney’s Most Talked About Artist*: Selena Gomez
Stuck In Our Heads – Catchiest New Song*: The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?) – Ylvis
That’s My Jam – Best Song To Rock Out To With Your BFF*: Me & My Girls – Fifth Harmony
Soundtraxx – Favorite Song From a Movie Or TV Show*: Let It Go – Idina Menzel (“Frozen”)
Move! – Best Song To Dance To*: Birthday – Selena Gomez
Hit The Road – Favorite Roadtrip Song (Sponsored by GEICO)*: Made In The USA – Demi Lovato
You’ve Got Swag! – Artist With The Best Style (Sponsored by Justice)*: Zendaya
Ariana Grande received the Radio Disney Chart Topper Award which reflects her staying power on the Radio Disney charts (three top five singles for a combined 73 weeks). R5 received the Radio Disney Showstopper Award in recognition of their dedication to fan engagement and their U.S. and international touring and live event appearances across the country.In addition to the music awards, the RDMAs honored Shakira with the Hero Award for her work through her Barefoot Foundation, which improves the lives of children through education.
Shakira also helped present the Heroes for Change Award, which recognized three exemplary kids for making a difference in their communities. They are: Matthew Kaplan, 16, from Phoenix, Arizona, nominated by Youth Services America (YSA) for his “The Be O.N.E. Project,” an anti-bullying program targeting elementary and middle school-aged children; Arianna Lopez, 17, from Carpinteria, California, nominated by Girls Inc. for “Carpinteria Clean and Green,” an anti-smoking initiative she began to make her hometown tobacco-free; and Yossy Rojas, 19, from Dana Point, California, nominated by the Boys and Girls Clubs of America for his involvement with “Relay For Life,” “Street Smarts” and “Sticker Shock,” and efforts to increase drug and alcohol education.
Photos Courtesy Radio Disney