Toronto: Singer Shawn Mendes, who performed at 2018 iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards (MMVA), got felicitated with four awards, including Best Pop Artist or Group, Artist of the Year, Fan Fave Artist and Fan Fave Video, at the ceremony.
The 20-year-old on Sunday opened and closed the show with performances of his songs "Lost in Japan" and "In My Blood", and took home the four awards, reports hollywoodreporter.com.
Mendes said: "Honestly, what I mainly want to say is thank you to everybody who follows an artist when they try to explore musically and support them through that journey. That means the world to me."
The other big winner at the awards show was Drake, who received two honours for best hip-hop artist or group and best director for his "God's Plan" video, an award he shared with Karena Evans. Singer Selena Gomez too nabbed an award for Fan Fave Single for "Wolves".
Also, Imagine Dragons, picked up the trophy for best rock/alternative artist or group and Ed Sheeran got the best single prize for "Perfect".
The iHeartRadio MMVAs are annual awards presented by the Canadian television channel Much to honour the best music videos released in a year.