Grace won MTV Europe Push artist of the year for 2018.
Every month, a new breakout artist is highlighted with exclusive performances, interviews and personalized content to bring fans closer to music’s next big star. (MTV Push). Every year an award for Best Push Act of the year (Best Breakthrough Artist) is given, one by MTV Europe and one by MTV USA. Grace was nominated for the award in both the US and in Europe in 2018, and she won the European Award. The winner of the award in the US was Hayley Kiyoko.
Grace brook down each of the songs for MTV in separate videos. You can find links to theses in the detail-view for each of the songs.
Grace Vanderwaal Nabs Push Artist Of The Year at MTV EMA Awards
Media, PR etc
MTV European Music Awards (EMA) 2018 |All the winners)
Grace Vanderwaal Timeline on Facebook
Grace has performed: 1 times at this event, 2 times at this venue, 54 times in this city, 166 times in this state, 371 times in this country
About This List
The list of performances includes every event where Grace has performed a song or part of a song for an audience (live or online) except very short snippets of songs. The list is based on information from many different sources and on valuable feedback from members of the VanderVault discussion forums. We would particularly like to thank Mike Kertok who’s impressive work on his Grace Vanderwaal Timeline has yielded information on performances we had not come across anywhere else.
The list is updated regularly. If you have any additions or corrections to the list, please send a mail with as many details as possible (and for corrections, with a reference to the performance-ID in the list) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be patient with the implementation of your suggestions, thanks.
A few notes on dates: The performance date will always be the day the performance was made public (for live performances = the actual performance date). If we know that a performance was recorded at an earlier date (fx for a tv- or radio-show), that date will be noted in the comments. If we know the month of a performance but not the day of the month, the performance is set to the first of that month. If we know the quarter/season (e.g., spring), the date is set to the first of that quarter. And if we only know the year, the date is set to the first of January. Whenever a performance is dated this way, there will be note about it in the comments.
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