Usher didn’t need any “Confessions” to prove he’s the best male artist on the globe. The singer earned three 2004 World Music Awards last night (Sept. 16), as did hip-hop duo OutKast.
The two-hour show honoring the world’s best-selling recording artists was broadcast live on ABC throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada from the Thomas & Mack Center at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
An additional hour filled with awards and performances by international artists was taped for a later worldwide broadcast to more than 150 countries.
Besides world’s best male artist, Usher was honored as best pop male artist and best R&B artist. OutKast won for world’s best group, best pop group and best rap/hip-hop artist. Norah Jones took home trophies for world’s best female artist and best pop female artist.
Click here to view the full list if World Music Awards winners.
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