30 Seconds to Mars was a winner Sunday night at the MTV Video Music Awards, held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
The band received the prize for best rock video, for "Up in the Air." The winner was announced during MTV's pre-show, though frontman Jared Leto made an appearance during the VMAs broadcast.
The other nominated acts for best rock video were Imagine Dragons , Mumford & Sons , Vampire Weekend and Fall Out Boy .
In addition, pop star Pink 's hit featuring fun. singer Nate Ruess , "Just Give Me a Reason," won best collaboration, and Capital Cities was honored for best visual effects for "Safe and Sound."
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