Fifth Harmony Defeated Justin Bieber In A Major MTV EMA Battle & They Could Win Best Worldwide Act

As in, best act in the WORLD!

Looks like the Harmonizers showed the Beliebers whose "Bo$$."

After winning the Best U.S. Act title, Fifth Harmony advanced to the North American regional battle, facing off against Canadian Justin Bieber. It was a fight to the finish but 5H have taken down the Biebs, earning themselves a spot in the fan-voted Worldwide Act EMA category at the 2014 MTV EMA in November.

The "Miss Movin' On" singers landed one of 10 coveted nominee spots in the EMA Worldwide Act category. We're sorry, Justin!

But now the competition really heats up. Representing the U.S., 5H will go up against artists from around the world, including One Direction (representing North Europe) and 5 Seconds of Summer (representing Australia/New Zealand).

Here are the 10 Worldwide Act EMA nominees:

Africa/India/Middle East: Mohammed Assaf

Australia/New Zealand: 5 Seconds of Summer

Europe Central: Revolverheld

Europe East: Dawid Kwiatkowski

Europe North: One Direction

Europe South: Alessandra Amoroso

Japan/Korea: B.A.P

Latin America: Dulce Maria

North America: Fifth Harmony

Southeast Asia/China & Hong Kong/Taiwan: Bibi Zhou

Voting is open until Saturday, November 8. The winner of the EMA Worldwide Act category will be announced during the 2014 MTV EMA, which goes down November 9 when it broadcasts live from Glasgow.

Be sure to tune in on Sunday, November 9 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on MTV when the EMA kickoff goes down in Miami with performances from the ladies of 5H, Nick Jonas and Jake Miller, who'll also be co-hosting with Nick Cannon and Molly Tarlov. The 2014 MTV EMA, hosted by Nicki Minaj, will air immediately after on MTV channels worldwide.

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