Demi Lovato, Drake Among 2013 Much Music Video Award Winners

Demi Lovato, Drake and Justin Bieber picked up accolades at the 2013 Much Music Video Awards in Canada over the weekend.

Leading the pack with two wins, Drake's "Started From The Bottom" won for both Hip Hop Video of the Year and Video Director of the Year (Director X).

"X Factor USA" judge and recording artist Demi Lovato also won big Sunday, picking up International Video of the Year for "Heart Attack."

Thanks to fans Justin Bieber won the "Your Fave" award for Artist/Group of the Year for "As Long As You Love Me."

See a complete list of winners below:

Post-production of the year: "Surprise Surprise," Billy Talent.

Dance video of the year: "The Veldt," Deadmau5 ft. Chris James.

Director of the year: Director X ("Started From the Bottom," Drake)

Pop video of the year: "Desperate Measures," Marianas Trench.

Rock/alternative video of the year: "Stompa," Serena Ryder.

Hip hop video of the year: "Started From the Bottom," Drake. Director: Director X.

MuchFact video of the year: "Inner Ninja," Classified ft. David Myles.

International video of the year (artist): "Heart Attack," Demi Lovato. Director: Chris Applebaum.

International video of the year (group): "Thrift Shop," Macklemore and Ryan Lewis ft. Wanz. Director: Jon Jon Augustavo; Ryan Lewis; Ben Haggerty.

International video of the year by a Canadian: "Here's to Never Growing Up," Avril Lavigne. Director: Anonymous.

Viral video of the year: "Gangnam Style," Psy.

Your Fave artist/group of the year: "As Long As You Love Me," Justin Bieber

Your Fave international artist/group of the year: "22," Taylor Swift

Your Fave video: "Stutter," Marianas Trench

Video of the Year: "Inner Ninja," Classified ft. David Myles.