JAY-Z, RuPaul, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry & Kourtney Kardashian Among 2018 Webby Award Winners: See the Full List

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Lady Gaga arrives at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden on Jan. 28, 2018 in New York City. 

From the hottest viral video game to a museum for delicious frozen treats, a moving music documentary and a former Uber engineer who exposed sexual harassment at the company, the 22nd annual Webby Awards will have a bit of something for everyone. The list of 2018 winners was released on Tuesday morning (Apr. 24), and it featured wins for Fortnite, the Museum of Ice Cream, Lady Gaga and Susan Fowler, as well as nods for Katy Perry, Jesse Williams JAY-Z and Lin-Manuel Miranda.

The awards that recognize the best of the internet as measured by "the lasting relationships we build, opportunities we create and unheard voices we amplify," will take place on May 14 at Cipriani Wall Street and be hosted by Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Amber Ruffin.     

The Special Achievement winners slated to appear at the ceremony include: 

Susan Fowler (former Uber engineer): Webby Person of the Year   

Mitchell Baker (foundering chairperson of Mozilla Foundation): Webby Lifetime Achievement   

Steven Soderbergh (Director of iPhone film Unsane, Mosaic app for interactive HBO series): Webby Film & Video Person of the Year

Laura Linney (actress, Netflix's Ozark): Webby Best Actress    

Chris Long (Philadelphia Eagles player who donated salary to fund scholarships in wake of white supremacist attacks in Charlottesville): Webby Best Athlete

FKA Twigs (innovative musician, creator Instagram magazine AVANTGarden): Webby Special Achievement

Jesse Williams (actor, founder of BLeBRiTY app and Ebroji keyboard): Webby Special Achievement

David Chang (celebrity chef, star of Netflix series Ugly Delicious): Webby Special Achievement

Other winners include:

JAY-Z: "Smile" won the Webby Award for Best Individual Performance (Film & Video)

Kourtney Kardashian won the Webby People’s Voice Award for Celebrity/Fan (Website)

RuPaul: What’s the Tee with Michelle Visage won the Webby Award for Best Host (Podcasts & Digital Audio)

Gaga: Five Foot Two won Webby People’s Voice Awards for Music and Best Editing (Film & Video)

Lin-Manuel Miranda | Rise Up won for Public Service & Activism (Social)

Coachella won the Webby People’s Voice Award for Events (Websites)

Vogue.com Meryl Streep Cover Interview with Anna Wintour won the Webby Award for Variety (Film & Video)

Katy Perry’s Chained to the Rhythm Campaign won the Webby People’s Voice Award for Music (Social)    

Game of Thrones won Webby People’s Voice Awards for Best Overall Social Presence - Media/Entertainment (Social), Trailer (Film & Video), and Digital Campaign (Advertising, Media & PR)   

Fortnite won the Webby People’s Voice Award for Best Multiplayer/Competitive Game (Games)

Museum of Ice Cream won the Webby Award and People’s Voice Award for Best Overall Social Presence - Brand (Social)

Fearless Girl won the Webby Award for Best Cause-Related Campaign and Best Use of Earned Media (Advertising, Media & PR) and the People’s Voice Award for Real-Time Response (Advertising, Media & PR)

2 Dope Queens won the Webby People’s Voice Award for Comedy (Podcasts & Digital Audio)

NASA Solar System Exploration won the Webby Award for Science (Websites)


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