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Juice TV Awards Winners Announced


Tuesday 1 June, 2010

Juice TV Awards Winners Announced

The grabaseat Juice TV Awards 2010 are pleased to announce the winners of this year’s awards, as voted by the New Zealand public. Juice is thrilled at the response from fans, with a total of 60,000 votes cast across 11 music video categories!

The winners were announced at last night’s star-studded Juice TV Awards, broadcast live from the Juice Bar at the Windsor Castle in Parnell, Auckland.

Catch all the footage from the Juice TV Awards show on Juice TV today, from midday, and again this Friday from 6pm.

And the 2010 Juice TV Awards winners are:

Dickies Best Hip Hop Video
J Williams feat Scribe – You Got Me

McKenna Break Thru Video
Ivy lies – Addicted

Real Groove Best Electronic Video
Kids of 88 – Just A Little

The Quadrant Best Group Video
Midnight Youth – Cavalry

Guitar Hero Best Rock Video
Shotgun Alley – Look At Me Now

Music Works Best Metal Video
In Dread Response – Cannons At Dawn

Sunday News Best Solo Video
Dane Rumble – Cruel

Juice TV Best Indie Video
Crescendo Mafia – I Told You So

Stenilager Pure Best Roots Video
Fat Freddy’s Drop – Pull The Catch

Samsung Innovation Award
J Williams feat Scribe – You Got Me

Grabaseat Video of the Year
Dukes – Vampires

- ENDS –

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