Taylor Swift took home six prizes at 2024 iHeart Radio Music Awards

Taylor Swift won six prizes despite not being in attendance at the Los Angeles bash.



Taylor Swift was the big winner at the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards, taking home six prizes, including Artist of the Year.

The annual fan-voted prize-giving took place at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles on Monday (01.04.24), and the pop superstar, who wasn't in attendance, dominated the night.

As well as Artist of the Year, the 34-year-old singer scooped Pop Artist of the Year and Tour of the Year and added TikTok Bop of the Year for 'Cruel Summer', Best Lyrics for 'Is It Over Now (Taylor's Version)' and Favourite Tour Style to her haul.

After being introduced by NSYNC's Lance Bass and AJ McLean from Backstreet Boys, the 'Bejeweled' hitmaker thanked her loyal fanbase (Swifties) for choosing to dedicate their life to her by attending her concerts and listening to her music, whilst she teased that they have "a lot of exciting things coming up".

In a pre-recorded video message, she said: "I want to say thank you so much to anyone who voted for this award.

"IHeart, you have just been so incredibly supportive over the course of my entire career.

"Especially this year has been pretty spectacular. I'm so grateful for that. To the fans, it's completely up to you to choose how you spend your time, what concerts you want to go to, what music you want to make the soundtrack to your life.

"To anyone who has included me in those choices, I'm so, so, so thankful for that. You know, we have so many exciting things ahead of us."

Taylor continued: "I'm continuing on with the tour,' Taylor said of her Eras Tour, which is slated to resume on May 9 in Paris.

"Most importantly, I have a new album called The Tortured Poets Department which comes out April 19th. I'm so proud of it.

"I cannot wait to share it with you. Thank you for voting for me for Artist of the Year. I can't wait to keep having fun with you guys. We have a lot of exciting things coming up. Thank you so much."

Elsewhere, SZA's 'Kill Bill' was crowned Song of the Year, with the superstar also being bestowed with R'n'B Song for 'Snooze', R'n'B Album for 'SOS', and 'R'n'B Artist of the Year

Jelly Roll received Best New Artist (Pop) and Best New Artist (Country).

Cher was the recipient of the Icon Award, whilst Green Day collected the Landmark Award.