SWIFT, SZA WIN BIG AT iHEART AWARDS

Photos by Kathering Tyler for iHeartRadio

Taylor Swift, SZA and Peso Pluma were among the big winners Monday night at the iHeart Radio Music Awards.

Swift led the way with five trophies, including Artist of the Year and Pop Artist of the Year. SZA’s four wins included Song of the Year for “Kill Bill” and three R&B awards. Peso Pluma swept the three Regional Mexican Awards.

In the Pop categories, Miley Cyrus “Flowers” won for song and Olivia Rodrigo’s GUTS was the album winner. Jelly Roll was named Best New Artist in the Pop and Country categories.

In the honorary categories, Beyoncé received the Innovator Award, Cher took home the Icon Award and Crush-managed Green Day was given the Landmark Award.

Click here for the full list of winners.

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