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Announcing the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards Winners

101 million votes were tallied, and Ariana Grande, Fifth Harmony and Becky G were among the top winners tonight at the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards! Hosted by Zendaya, the music-filled event took place at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE and included performances by Nick Jonas, Fifth Harmony, Becky G, R5, Shawn Mendes, Natalie La Rose, Sabrina Carpenter, Sheppard, Tori Kelly, and Rachel Platten.

 

If you weren’t at the show tonight in Los Angeles, don’t worry! The fun starts for you tomorrow, April 26, with ARDY’s Pre-Show Party, available on the WATCH Disney Channel app and the Radio Disney app at 9:00 a.m. ET, and Disney Channel Presents the Radio Disney Music Awards, at 8:00 p.m. on Disney Channel. The special will also be available on both apps right after it airs.

 

The winners of the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards announced tonight are:

They’re The One – Best Music Group
Fifth Harmony

 

He’s The One – Best Male Artist
Ed Sheeran

 

She’s The One – Best Female Artist
Ariana Grande

 

The Bestest – Song Of The Year
Problem (feat. Iggy Azalea) – Ariana Grande

 

XOXO – Best Crush Song
Can’t Blame a Girl For Trying – Sabrina Carpenter

 

So FANtastic – Fiercest Fans
Harmonizers – Fifth Harmony

 

The Freshest – Best New Artist
Charli XCX

 

Stuck In Our Heads – Catchiest New Song
Shower – Becky G

 

You’re So Fancy! – Artist With The Best Style
Becky G

 

So Happy – Best Song That Makes You Smile
Sugar – Maroon 5

 

That’s My Jam – Best Song To Rock Out To With Your BFF
Young Blood – Bea Miller

 

Move! – Best Song To Dance To
Shake It Off – Taylor Swift

 

Hit The Road – Best Breakup Song
The Heart Wants What It Wants – Selena Gomez

 

Musical Mashup – Best Collaboration
Really Don’t Care (feat. Cher Lloyd) – Demi Lovato

 

#Cool – Radio Disney’s Most Talked About Artist
@arianagrande

 

Jennifer Lopez was honored with the Hero Award in recognition of her work with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, The Lopez Foundation and her philanthropic efforts in the U.S. and around the world. Radio Disney also honored two youth leaders in recognition of their efforts to make a difference in their communities. Maryah Sullivan, 19, from Orlando, was nominated by Boys & Girls Clubs of America for her volunteer work at the Ronald McDonald house and a local nursing home. Sloan Peterson, 10, from Los Angeles, was nominated by Free The Children for establishing a chapter at her school where she has led several fundraising and volunteering efforts for both local and global issues including access to clean water.

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