She came in like a Wrecking Ball with her hit music video, and MTV made sure she was awarded with a big win. Miley Cyrus on Sunday night took home the “Video of the Year” award for her contagious, and constantly streamed song “Wrecking Ball.”

The “Wrecking Ball” music video debuted on the MileyCyrusVEVO channel on September 9, 2013, and it has since racked up 698,046,794 views.

If you turned on your radio to any Top 40 pop channel this year you probably heard Wrecking Ball played at least once every hour or two. The song with its contagious beat and rocked out anthem helped prove once and for all that Miley Cyrus was more than just another hyped-up Disney darling.

Miley did have to beat out some other very popular and hyped-up songs that included “Fancy” by Iggy Azalea and “Happy” by Pharrell.

If you haven’t seen the Wrecking Ball music video, here it is:

I have to admit, this was a better choice then MTV’s decision to award the Rock Song Of The Year award to Lordes and her non-rock song “Royals.”

The 2014 MTV Video Music Awards are full of surprises, but this time they made just the right choice.

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