The loving couple, Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris, stole the night from the iHeartRadio Music Award ceremony on Sunday with their romantic gestures that went from hand holding through all the night to their inclusion in the acceptance speeches.

As the first winner of the night with Best Female Artist, Taylor rushed to hug Harris, which real name is Adam Wiles and included him in her acceptance speech as the most amazing person to come home to, as reported by E News.

Taylor Swift, Calvin Harris SPW Credit: Splash News

“For the first time, I had the most amazing person to come home to when the spotlight went out and when the crowds were all gone,” the award-winner singer said. “So I want to thank my boyfriend Adam for that.”

However, the loving gestures did not end there. When the world’s best paid DJ was announced as the Dance Artist of the Year, the proud girlfriend could not hide her emotions as she jumped out her seat.

While Harris thanked his colleagues for the award, the proud-girlfriend face could not have passed unnoticed for the cameras. Swift truly gave life to the heart-in-eyes emoji, although is not the first time she was caught with that proud look.

The Bad Blood singer took home, from her seven nominations, three awards which included Album of the Year for 1989, Female Artist of the Year and Best Tour, the prize handed over by Justin Timberlake.

The bigger winner but not the only one

Even tough Taylor’s squad would not mind watching her win all the awards; there were other major winners like Bono and the Edge from U2. They took home the show’s Innovator Award presented by last year winner, Pharrell Williams.

Hello by Adele won Song of the year, but the acceptance speech was via video from a performance in Birmingham, England. Other winners voted by fans were Fetty Wap for Best New Artist, Pitbull for Latin Artist of the Year and for R&B Artist of the Year the award went to Chris Brown.

The performances of the night included Justin Bieber, Meghan Trainor, Chris Brown, Maroon 5 and the Weeknd, as reported by the Rolling Stone. The event was hosted by “Trumpets” singer, Jason Derulo.

Source: E News