Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are the internet. They are the most top search people in the world, so it's only right they were noticed by the Webby Awards for all of their digital influence.

On Monday (May 16), Kimye were honored at the 20th Annual Webby Awards. Yeezy was presented with the Artist of the Year honor, for his contributions to the digital streaming world, while Kimmy received the Break the Internet Award.

Kanye celebrated the moment by not showing up to the event and issuing a funny pre-tapped five-word speech. “I can’t stand short speeches,” he said.

Although her hubby was a no-show, Kim was on hand to accept her honor. The digital celebutante left her mark with her five-word speech, which she promised to continue breaking the net. "Nude selfies ’till I die," she said.

Other winners of the night included Spike Lee, who won the first ever Webby Award for Social Movement of the Year to #BlackLivesMatters. Action Bronson, host of Noisey's F--- That's Delicious, presented VICE with the Best Cultural Website honors.

The evening ending with a great set from Erykah Badu who honored the late Prince, a past Webby Lifetime Achievement Award winner.

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