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MUSIC AWARD WINNERS
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MTV Video Music Awards
were established in the summer of 1984 by MTV to celebrate the top music videos of the year. Originally beginning as an alternative to the Grammy Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards is now a respected pop culture awards show in its own right. They are presented annually and broadcast live on MTV.
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2016
MTV Video Music Awards
Madison Square Garden

New York City
August 28th 2016

Winners

Video of the Year
Beyoncé — "Formation"

Best Male Video
Calvin Harris (featuring Rihanna) — "This Is What You Came For"

Best Female Video
Beyoncé — "Hold Up"

Best New Artist
DNCE

Best Pop Video
Beyoncé — "Formation"

Best Rock Video
Fall Out Boy - "Uma Thurman"

Best Hip-Hop Video
Drake — "Hotline Bling"


Best Electronic Video
Calvin Harris and Disciples — "How Deep Is Your Love"

Best Collaboration
Fifth Harmony (featuring Ty Dolla Sign) — "Work from Home"

Breakthrough Long Form Video
Beyoncé — Lemonade

Best Direction in a Video
Beyoncé — "Formation" (Director: Melina Matsoukas)

Best Choreography in a Video
Beyoncé — "Formation" (Choreographers: Chris Grant, JaQuel Knight and Dana Foglia)

Best Visual Effects in a Video
Coldplay — "Up&Up" (Visual Effects: Vania Heymann and GloriaFX)

Best Art Direction in a Video
David Bowie — "Blackstar" (Art Director: Jan Houllevigue)

Best Editing in a Video
Beyoncé — "Formation" (Editor: Jeff Selis)

Best Cinematography in a Video
Beyoncé — "Formation" (Director of Photography: Malik Sayeed)

Best Song of the Summer
Fifth Harmony (featuring Fetty Wap) — "All in My Head (Flex)"

Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award
Rihanna

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2015
MTV Video Music Awards
The Microsoft Theater

L.A. ~ California
August 30th 2015

Winners

Video of the Year
Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar, "Bad Blood"

Best Male Video
Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars - "Uptown Funk"

Best Female Video
Taylor Swift - "Blank Space"

Artist To Watch
Fetty Wap - "Trap Queen"

Best Pop Video
Taylor Swift - "Blank Space"

Best Rock Video
Fall Out Boy - "Uma Thurman"

Best Hip-Hop Video
Nicki Minaj - "Anaconda"

Best Collaboration

Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar - "Bad Blood"

Best Direction in a Video
Kendrick Lamar - "Alright" (Colin Tilley & the Little Homies)

Best Choreography in a Video
Best Choreography: OK Go - "I Won’t Let You Down" (OK Go, air:man and Mori Harano)

Best Visual Effects in a Video
Skrillex and Diplo feat. Justin Bieber, "Where Are U Now" (Brewer, Gloria FX, and Max Chyzhevskyy)

Best Art Direction in a Video
Snoop Dogg - "So Many Pros" (François Rousselet, Jason Fijal)

Best Editing in a Video
Beyoncé - "7/11" (Beyoncé, Ed Burke, Jonathan Wing)

Best Cinematography in a Video
Flying Lotus feat. Kendrick Lamar - "Never Catch Me" (Larkin Sieple)

Best Video with a Social Message
Big Sean featuring Kanye West & John Legend - "One Man Can Change the World"

Best Song of the Summer
5 Seconds of Summer - "She's Kinda Hot"

Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award
Kanye West

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2014
MTV Video Music Awards
The Forum

Inglewood ~ California
August 24th 2014

Winners

Video of the Year
Miley Cyrus — "Wrecking Ball"

Best Male Video
Ed Sheeran ft. Pharrell Williams — "Sing"

Best Female Video
Katy Perry ft. Juicy J — "Dark Horse"

Artist To Watch
Fifth Harmony — "Miss Movin' On"

Best Pop Video
Ariana Grande ft. Iggy Azalea — "Problem"

Best Rock Video
Lorde — "Royals"

Best Hip-Hop Video
Drake ft. Majid Jordan — "Hold On, We're Going Home"

Best Collaboration

Beyoncé ft. Jay-Z — "Drunk in Love"

Best Direction in a Video
Director: DANIELS :- DJ Snake and Lil Jon — "Turn Down for What"

Best Choreography in a Video
Choreographer: Ryan Heffington :- Sia — "Chandelier"

Best Visual Effects in a Video
Visual Effects: 1stAveMachine :- OK Go — "The Writing's on the Wall"

Best Art Direction in a Video
Art Director: Anastasia Masaro :- Arcade Fire — "Reflektor"

Best Editing in a Video
Editors:
Ken Mowe :- Eminem — "Rap God"

Best Cinematography in a Video
Directors of Photography: Darren Lew and Jackson Hunt :- Beyoncé — "Pretty Hurts"

Best Video with a Social Message
Beyoncé — "Pretty Hurts"

Best Song of the Summer
5 Seconds of Summer — "Don't Stop"

Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award
Beyoncé

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2013
MTV Video Music Awards
Barclays Centre

(New York City)
August 25th 2013

Winners

Video of the Year
Justin Timberlake — "Mirrors"

Best Male Video
Bruno Mars — "Locked Out of Heaven"

Best Female Video
Taylor Swift — "I Knew You Were Trouble"

Artist To Watch
Austin Mahone — "What About Love"

Best Pop Video
Selena Gomez — "Come & Get It"

Best Rock Video
30 Seconds to Mars — "Up in the Air"

Best Hip-Hop Video
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis ft. Ray Dalton — "Can't Hold Us"

Best Collaboration

Pink ft. Nate Ruess — "Just Give Me a Reason"

Best Direction in a Video
Director: David Fincher Justin Timberlake ft. Jay-Z "Suit & Tie"

Best Choreography in a Video
Choreographer: Bruno Mars Bruno Mars "Treasure"

Best Visual Effects in a Video
Visual Effects: Grady Hall, Jonathan Wu and Derek Johnson Capital Cities "Safe and Sound"

Best Art Direction in a Video
Art Director: Veronica Logsdon Janelle Monáe ft. Erykah Badu "Q.U.E.E.N."

Best Editing in a Video
Editors: Jarrett Fijal and Bonch LA — Justin Timberlake "Mirrors"

Best Cinematography in a Video
Directors of Photography: Jason Koenig, Ryan Lewis and Mego LinMacklemore and Ryan Lewis ft. Ray Dalton "Can't Hold Us"

Best Video with a Social Message
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis ft. Mary Lambert — "Same Love"

Best Song of the Summer
One Direction — "Best Song Ever"

Best Latino Artist
Daddy Yankee

Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award
Justin Timberlake

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2012
MTV Video Music Awards
Staples Center

(Los Angeles, California)
September 6th 2012

Winners

Video of the Year
Rihanna (featuring Calvin Harris) — "We Found Love"

Best Male Video
Chris Brown — "Turn Up the Music"

Best Female Video
Nicki Minaj — "Starships"

Best New Artist
One Direction — "What Makes You Beautiful"

Best Pop Video
One Direction — "What Makes You Beautiful"

Best Rock Video
Coldplay — "Paradise"

Best Hip-Hop Video
Drake (featuring Lil Wayne) — "HYFR"

Best Electronic Music Video
Calvin Harris — "Feel So Close"

Best Direction in a Video
M.I.A. — "Bad Girls" (Director: Romain Gavras)

Best Choreography in a Video
Chris Brown — "Turn Up the Music" (Choreographer: Anwar "Flii" Burton)

Best Visual Effects in a Video
Skrillex — "First of the Year (Equinox)" (Visual Effects: Deka Brothers and Tony "Truand" Datis)

Best Art Direction in a Video
Katy Perry — "Wide Awake" (Art Director: Benji Bamps)

Best Editing in a Video
Beyoncé — "Countdown" (Editors: Alexander Hammer and Jeremiah Shuff)

Best Cinematography in a Video
M.I.A. — "Bad Girls" (Director of Photography: André Chemetoff)

Best Video with a Message
Demi Lovato — "Skyscraper"

Most Share-Worthy Video
One Direction — "What Makes You Beautiful"

Best Latino Artist
Romeo Santos

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2011 MTV Video Music Award ~ Winners
Nokia Theatre : Los Angeles

August 28th 2011

Video of the Year
Katy Perry — "Firework"

Best Female Video
Lady Gaga — "Born This Way"

Best Male Video
Justin Bieber — "U Smile"

Best New Artist
Tyler, The Creator — "Yonkers"

Best Rock Video
Foo Fighters — "Walk"

Best Pop Video
Britney Spears — "Till the World Ends"

Best Hip-Hop Video
Nicki Minaj — "Super Bass"

Best Collaboration
Katy Perry (featuring Kanye West) — "E.T."

Best Latino Artist
Wisin & Yandel — "Zun Zun Rompiendo Caderas"

Best Direction in a Video
Beastie Boys — "Make Some Noise" (Director: Adam Yauch)

Best Choreography in a Video
Beyoncé — "Run the World (Girls)" (Choreographer: Frank Gatson, Sheryl Murakami and Jeffrey Page)

Best Special Effects in a Video
Katy Perry (featuring Kanye West) — "E.T." (Special Effects: Jeff Dotson for Dot & Effects)

Best Art Direction in a Video
Adele — "Rolling in the Deep" (Art Director: Nathan Parker)

Best Editing in a Video
Adele — "Rolling in the Deep" (Editor: Art Jones at Work)

Best Cinematography in a Video
Adele — "Rolling in the Deep" (Director of Photography: Tom Townend)

Best Video with a Message
Lady Gaga — "Born This Way"

Video Vanguard Award
Britney Spears

This year, unpredictable as ever, Lady Gaga opened the show dressed as her Italian male alter-ego Jo Calderone; she was dressed in a plain white T-shirt, black trousers and jacket and smoking a cigarette. Later, Russell Brand presented a special tribute to the late Amy Winehouse.

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2010 MTV Video Music
Award ~ Winners

Nokia Theatre : Los Angeles

September 12th 2010
Hosted by Chelsea Handler

Video of the Year
Lady Gaga - "Bad Romance"

Best Male Video
Eminem - "Not Afraid"

Best Female Video
Lady Gaga - "Bad Romance"

Best New Artist
Justin Bieber (featuring Ludacris) - "Baby"

Best Pop Video
Lady Gaga - "Bad Romance"

Best Rock Video
30 Seconds to Mars - "Kings and Queens"

Best Hip-Hop Video
Eminem - "Not Afraid"

Best Dance Video
Lady Gaga - "Bad Romance"

Best Collaboration
Lady Gaga (featuring Beyoncé) - "Telephone"

Breakthrough Video
The Black Keys - "Tighten Up"

Best Direction in a Video
Lady Gaga - "Bad Romance" (Director: Francis Lawrence)

Best Choreography in a Video
Lady Gaga - "Bad Romance" (Choreographer: Laurie Ann Gibson)

Best Special Effects in a Video
Muse - "Uprising" (Special Effects: Humble TV, Sam Stephens)

Best Art Direction in a Video
Florence and the Machine - "Dog Days Are Over" (Art Directors: Louise Corcoran and Aldene Johnson)

Best Editing in a Video
Lady Gaga - "Bad Romance" (Editor: Jarrett Fijal)

Best Cinematography in a Video
Jay-Z and Alicia Keys - "Empire State of Mind" (Director of Photography: John Perez)

Tr3´s Latino Artist of the Year
Aventura

While accepting her award for 'Video of the Year', Lady Gaga wore a dress made entirely from cuts of raw meat. Along with the dress, her hat, shoes, and purse were all made from meat as well. Gaga later explained that the outfit exhibited her disapproval with the United States military's Don't ask, don't tell policy and further clarified, "If we don't stand up for what we believe in and if we don't fight for our rights, pretty soon we're going to have as much rights as the meat on our own bones. And I am not a piece of meat".
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2009 MTV Video Music
Award ~ Winners

Radio City Music Hall : New York City

September 13th 2009
Hosted by Russell Brand

Video of the Year
Beyonce, "Single Ladies" - Winner!

Best Female Video
Taylor Swift, "You Belong With Me

Best Male Video
T.I. featuring Rihanna, "Live Your Life

Best Pop Video
Britney Spears, "Womanizer"

Best New Artist
Lady Gaga

Best Rock Video
Green Day, "21 Guns"

Best Hip Hop Video
Eminem, "We Made You"

Best Breakthrough Video
Matt & Kim: "Lessons Learned

Best Video That Should Have Won A Moonman
Beastie Boys "Sabotage"

Best Art Direction Video
Lady Gaga, "Paparazzi"
Art Direction by Jason Hamilton

Best Choreography Video
Beyoncé, "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)"
Choreography by Jaquel Knight & Frank Gatson Jr.

Best Cinematography Video
Green Day, "21 Guns"
Cinematography by Jonathan Sela

Best Directed Video
Green Day, "21 Guns"
Directed by Marc Webb

Best Edited Video
Beyoncé, "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)"
Edited by Jarrett Fijal

Best Special Effects Video
Lady Gaga, "Paparazzi"
Special Effects by Chimney Pot

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2008 MTV Video Music
Award ~ Winners

Paramount Pictures, Los Angeles
September 7th 2008
Hosted by Russell Brand
Honouring music videos from July 1st 2007 to June 30th 2008.

Pre-show
Dance-off: Fanny Pak vs. Kaba Modern (winner, as chosen by the audience via online voting, got $25,000 for charity and the opportunity of presenting the award for Best Dancing in a Video during the main show)


Video of the Year
Britney Spears — "Piece of Me"

Best Male Video
Chris Brown — "With You"

Best Female Video
Britney Spears — "Piece of Me"

Best New Artist
Tokio Hotel — "Ready, Set, Go!"

Best Pop Video
Britney Spears — "Piece of Me"

Best Rock Video
Linkin Park — "Shadow of the Day"

Best Hip-Hop Video
Lil Wayne (featuring Static Major) — "Lollipop"

Best Dancing in a Video
Pussycat Dolls — "When I Grow Up"

Best Direction in a Video
Erykah Badu — "Honey" (Director: Erykah Badu and Mr. Roboto)

Best Choreography in a Video
Gnarls Barkley — "Run" (Choreographer: Michael Rooney)

Best Special Effects in a Video
Kanye West (featuring T-Pain) — "Good Life" (Special Effects: SoMe, Jonas & François)

Best Art Direction in a Video
Gnarls Barkley — "Run" (Art Directors: Happy and Kells Jesse)

Best Editing in a Video
Death Cab for Cutie — "I Will Possess Your Heart" (Editors: Aaron Stewart-Ahn and Jeff Buchanan)

Best Cinematography in a Video
The White Stripes — "Conquest" (Director of Photography: Wyatt Troll)

Best UK Video
The Ting Tings — "Shut Up and Let Me Go"

2008 awards were a huge improvement ratings-wise, seeing a 19% rise on last year with 8.4 million viewersand a 23% advance over the 5.76 million who saw the 2006 ceremony. Although ratings improved, the 2008 video music awards was hosted at its smallest venue of its 25 year history.

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2007 MTV Video Music
Award ~ Winners

Palms Casino Resort ~ Las Vegas
September 9th 2007
No Official Host
honoring music videos from July 1st 2006 to June 30th 2007

Pre-show
Nicole Scherzinger featuring Lil Wayne — "Whatever U Like" (MTV-mix)


Monster Single of the Year Winner
Rihanna f/ Jay-Z - "Umbrella"

Quadruple Threat of the Year Winner
Justin Timberlake

Best Collaboration Winner
Beyoncé f/ Shakira - "Beautiful Liar"

Male Artist of the Year Winner
Justin Timberlake

Female Artist of the Year Winner
Fergie

Best Group Winner
Fall Out Boy

Best New Artist Winner
Gym Class Heroes

Video of the Year Winner
Rihanna f/ Jay-Z - "Umbrella"

Best Choreography Winner
Justin Timberlake - "My Love"
Choreographer: Marty Kudelka


Best Direction Winner
Justin Timberlake

"What Goes Around....Comes Around"
Director: Samuel Bayer

Best Editing Winner
Gnarls Barkley - "Smiley Faces

The 2007 award show is world famous due to the infamous opening performance of "Gimme More" by Britney Spears, she seemed confused and disoriented on stage and appeared to have forgotten the lyrics and dance movesto her performance. It was also the smallest show ever held in MTV history, eliminating nearly thirteen awards, re-naming the rest and having only four performances on the main stage.

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2006 MTV Video Music
Award ~ Winners

Radio City Music Hall, New York City
August 31st
2006

Hosted by Jack Black

honoring the music videos from July 1st 2005 to June 30th 2006

Pre-show
Fergie — "London Bridge"
My Chemical Romance — "Welcome to the Black Parade"


Best Male Video
"You're Beautiful" - James Blunt,

Best Female Video
"Because of You" - Kelly Clarkson,

Best Group Video
"Move Along"
- All-American Rejects,

Best Rap Video
"Ridin" - Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone,

Best R&B Video
"Check On It (Pink Panther)" - Beyonce featuring Slim Thug & Bun B,

Best Hip Hop Video
"My Humps" - Black Eyed Peas,

Best Dance Video
"Buttons" - Pussycat Dolls featuring Snoop Dogg,

Best Rock Video
"Miss Murder" - A.F.I.,

Best Pop Video
"Stupid Girls" - Pink,

Best New Artist in a Video
"Bat Country" - Avenged Sevenfold,

Viewer's Choice
"Dance, Dance" - Fall Out Boy,

Video of the Year
"I Write Sins Not Tragedies" - Panic! At The Disco,

The 2006 Awards mark the first time viewers are able to vote for all performers' categories (Best Video; Best Male, Female, and Group Videos; and genre categories). Like previous years, the artistic categories (Best Direction, Best Cinematography, etc.) are still chosen by music industry professionals. The 2006 Awards are also the first in over 15 years without the category of Breakthrough Video, widely considered to be the most prestigious artistic award. The show suffered massive negative criticisms from fans and viewers citing the show is lacking and uninteresting
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2005 MTV Video Music
Award ~ Winners

American Airlines Arena, Miami
August 28th 2005

Hosted by Sean "Diddy" Combs

honoring the best music videos from July 1st 2004 to June 30st 2005

Pre-show
Mike Jones (featuring Slim Thug & Paul Wall) — "Still Tippin'"
Rihanna — "Pon de Replay"
Fall Out Boy — "Sugar, We're Going Down"


Best Video Of the Year:
Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Green Day,

Group Video:
Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Green Day

Best Male Video:
Jesus Walks - Kanye West,

Female Video:
Since U Been Gone - Kelly Clarkson,

Rap Video:
Number One Spot - Ludacris,

R&B Video:
Karma - Alicia Keys,


Hip-hop Video:
Lose Control -
Missy Elliott ft Ciara & Fat Man Scoop,

Dance Video:
Lose Control -
Missy Elliott ft Ciara & Fat Man Scoop,

Rock Video:
Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Green Day,


Pop Video:
Since U Been Gone - Kelly Clarkson,


New Artist:
Mr. Brightside - The Killers,


Breakthrough Video:
Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz,

Direction:
Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Green Day,


Choreography:
Hollaback Girl - Gwen Stefani,


Special Effects:
Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz,


Art Direction:
What You Waiting For - Gwen Stefani,


Editing:
Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Green Day,

Cinematography:
Boulevard of Broken Dreams -
Green Day,

Viewer's Choice Award:
Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Green Day,

MTV2 Award:
Sugar, We're Going Down -
Fall Out Boy,

Best Video Game Soundtrack:
Dance Dance Revolution Extreme.

Although the approach of a strong tropical storm, which later became Hurricane Katrina, cancelled much of the 2005 pre-show activities, the show itself went on as scheduled after the storm passed.
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2004 MTV Video Music
Award ~ Winners

American Airlines Arena, Miami
August 29th 2005
No Official Host
honoring the best music videos from July 1st 2003 to June 30th 2004

Pre-show
Jadakiss (featuring Anthony Hamilton) — "Why"
Ashlee Simpson — "Pieces of Me"
New Found Glory — "All Downhill from Here"


Best video of the year:
"Hey Ya!," OutKast.

Best group video:
"It's My Life," No Doubt.

Best male video:
"Yeah!," Usher.

Best female video:
"Naughty Girl," Beyonce.

Best rap video:
"99 Problems," Jay-Z.

Best R&B video:
"If I Ain't Got You," Alicia Keys.

Best hip-hop video:
"Hey Ya!," OutKast.

Best dance video:
"Yeah!," Usher.

Best rock video:
"Are You Gonna Be My Girl," Jet.

Best pop video:
"It's My Life," No Doubt.

Best new artist in a video:
"This Love," Maroon5.

Breakthrough video:
"Take Me Out," Franz Ferdinand.

Best direction in a video:
"99 Problems," Jay-Z.
Director: Mark Romanek.


Best choreography in a video:
"Hey Mama," Black Eyed Peas.
Choreographer: Fatima Robinson.


Best special effects in a video:
"Hey Ya!," OutKast.
Effects: Elad Offer and Chris Eckardt/Money Shots.


Best art direction in a video:
"Hey Ya!," OutKast. Art direction: Eric Beauchamp.

Best editing in a video:
"99 Problems," Jay-Z. Editing: Robert Duffy.

Best cinematography in a video:
"99 Problems," Jay-Z. Director: Joaquin Baca-Asay.

Viewers Choice Award:
"Breaking the Habit," Linkin Park.

MTV2 Award:
"Ocean Avenue," Yellowcard.

Best soundtrack from a videogame:
"Tony Hawk's Underground."

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2003 MTV Video Music
Award ~ Winners

Radio City Music Hall in New York City
August 28th 2003
Hosted by Chris Rock
honoring the best music videos from July 1st 2002 to June 30th 2003.

Pre-show
Black Eyed Peas — "Where Is the Love?"
Sean Paul — "Like Glue"


Video of the Year
Missy Elliott — "Work It"

Best Male Video
Justin Timberlake — "Cry Me a River"

Best Female Video
Beyoncé (featuring Jay-Z) — "Crazy in Love"

Best Group Video
Coldplay — "The Scientist"

Best New Artist in a Video
50 Cent — "In da Club"

Best Pop Video
Justin Timberlake — "Cry Me a River"

Best Rock Video
Linkin Park — "Somewhere I Belong"

Best R&B Video
Beyoncé (featuring Jay-Z) — "Crazy in Love"

Best Rap Video
50 Cent — "In da Club"

Best Hip Hop Video
Missy Elliott — "Work It"

Best Dance Video
Justin Timberlake — "Rock Your Body"

Best Video from a Film
Eminem — "Lose Yourself" (from 8 Mile)

Breakthrough Video
Coldplay — "The Scientist"

Best Direction in a Video
Coldplay — "The Scientist" (Director: Jamie Thraves)

Best Choreography in a Video
Beyoncé (featuring Jay-Z) — "Crazy in Love" (Choreographers: Frank Gatson Jr. and LaVelle Smith)

Best Special Effects in a Video
Queens of the Stone Age" — "Go with the Flow" (Special Effects: Nigel Sarrag)

Best Editing in a Video
The White Stripes — "Seven Nation Army" (Editor: Olivier Gajan)

Best Art Direction in a Video
Radiohead — "There There" (Art Director: Chris Hopewell)

Best Cinematography in a Video
Johnny Cash — "Hurt" (Director of Photography: Jean-Yves Escoffier)

MTV2 Award
AFI — "Girl's Not Grey"

Viewer's Choice
Good Charlotte — "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

International Viewer's Choice Awards
MTV Australia
Delta Goodrem — "Born to Try"

MTV Brasil
Charlie Brown Jr. — "Papo Reto (Prazer É Sexo, o Resto É Negócio)"

Lifetime Achievement Award
Duran Duran

2003 award ceremony was best remembered for Madonna kissing Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera during the show's opening performance.
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2002 MTV Video Music
Award ~ Winners

Radio City Music Hall in New York City
August 29th 2002
Hosted by Jimmy Falcon
honoring the best music videos from June 9th 2001 to May 31st 2002

Pre-show
Avril Lavigne — "Complicated"/"Sk8er Boi"
Ludacris ft I-20 and Mystikal— "Rollout (My Business)"/"Move Bitch"


Video of the Year
Eminem — "Without Me"

Best Male Video
Eminem — "Without Me"

Best Female Video
Pink — "Get the Party Started"

Best Group Video
No Doubt (featuring Bounty Killer) — "Hey Baby"

Best New Artist in a Video
Avril Lavigne — "Complicated"

Best Pop Video
No Doubt (featuring Bounty Killer) — "Hey Baby"

Best Rock Video
Linkin Park — "In the End"

Best R&B Video
Mary J. Blige — "No More Drama"

Best Rap Video
Eminem — "Without Me"

Best Hip-Hop Video
Jennifer Lopez (featuring Ja Rule) — "I'm Real (Remix)"

Best Dance Video
Pink — "Get the Party Started"

Best Video from a Film
Chad Kroeger (featuring Josey Scott) — "Hero" (from Spider-Man)

Breakthrough Video
The White Stripes — "Fell in Love with a Girl"

Best Direction in a Video
Eminem — "Without Me" (Director: Joseph Kahn)

Best Choreography in a Video
Kylie Minogue — "Can't Get You out of My Head" (Choreographer: Michael Rooney)

Best Special Effects in a Video
The White Stripes — "Fell in Love with a Girl" (Special Effects: Twisted Labs and Sebastian Fau)

Best Art Direction in a Video
Coldplay — "Trouble" (Art Director: Tim Hope)

Best Editing in a Video
The White Stripes — "Fell in Love with a Girl" (Editors: Mikros and Duran)

Best Cinematography in a Video
Moby — "We Are All Made of Stars" (Director of Photography: Brad Rushing)

MTV2 Award
Dashboard Confessional — "Screaming Infidelities"

Viewer's Choice
Michelle Branch — "Everywhere"

International Viewer's Choice Awards

MTV Australia
Holly Valance — "Kiss Kiss"

MTV Brasil
Titãs — "Epitafio"

MTV Canada
Nickelback — "Too Bad"

MTV China
Zheng Jun — "1/3 Dream"

MTV Latin America (North)
Shakira — "Suerte"

MTV Latin America (Southwest)
Juanes — "A Dios le Pido"

MTV Latin America (Southeast)
Diego Torres — "Color Esperanza"

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2001 MTV Video Music
Award ~ Winners

Metropolitan Opera House, New York City
September 6th 2001
Hosted by Jamie Foxx
honoring the best music videos from July 1st 2000 to June 30th 2001.

Pre-show
Alien Ant Farm — "Smooth Criminal"
City High (featuring Eve) — "What Would You Do?"/"Caramel"


Video of the Year
Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mýa & Pink (featuring Missy Elliott) — "Lady Marmalade"

Best Male Video
Moby (featuring Gwen Stefani) — "South Side"

Best Female Video
Eve (featuring Gwen Stefani) — "Let Me Blow Ya Mind"

Best Group Video
'N Sync — "Pop"

Best New Artist in a Video
Alicia Keys — "Fallin'"

Best Pop Video
'N Sync — "Pop"

Best Rock Video
Limp Bizkit — "Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)"

Best R&B Video
Destiny's Child — "Survivor"

Best Rap Video
Nelly — "Ride Wit Me"

Best Hip-Hop Video
OutKast — "Ms. Jackson"

Best Dance Video
'N Sync — "Pop"

Best Video from a Film
Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mýa & Pink (featuring Missy Elliott) — "Lady Marmalade" (from Moulin Rouge!)

Breakthrough Video
Fatboy Slim — "Weapon of Choice"

Best Direction in a Video
Fatboy Slim — "Weapon of Choice" (Director: Spike Jonze)

Best Choreography in a Video
Fatboy Slim — "Weapon of Choice" (Choreographer: Michael Rooney)

Best Special Effects in a Video
Robbie Williams — "Rock DJ" (Special Effects: Carter White, Audio Motion and Clear Post Production)

Best Art Direction in a Video
Fatboy Slim — "Weapon of Choice" (Art Director: Val Wilt)

Best Editing in a Video
Fatboy Slim — "Weapon of Choice" (Editor: Eric Zumbrennen)

Best Cinematography in a Video
Fatboy Slim — "Weapon of Choice" (Director of Photography: Lance Acord)

MTV2 Award
Mudvayne — "Dig"

Viewer's Choice
'N Sync — "Pop"

International Viewer's Choice Awards

MTV Australia
Paul Mac — "Just the Thing"

MTV Brasil
Charlie Brown Jr. — "Rubão, o Dono do Mundo"

MTV India (Hindi film category)
Asha Bhosle, Sonu Niigaam and Sukhwinder Singh — "Kambakth Ishq"

MTV India (Hindi pop category)
Ustad Sultan Khan and K. S. Chithra — "Piya Basanti"

MTV Japan
Utada Hikaru — "Can You Keep a Secret?"

MTV Korea
g.o.d. — "Lie"

MTV Latin America (North)
Alejandro Sanz — "El Alma al Aire"

MTV Latin America (Central)
Dracma — "Hijo de Puta"

MTV Latin America (South)
Catupecu Machu — "Y Lo Que Quiero Es Que Pises sin el Suelo"

MTV Mandarin
Jolin Tsai — "Fall in Love with a Street"

MTV Russia
Mumiy Troll — "Moya Pevitsa"

MTV Southeast Asia
Kyla — "Hanggang Ngayon"

Video Vanguard Award
U2

Highlights of the 2001 show included a surprise appearance by Michael Jackson at the end of N'SYNC's performance; a controversial performance from Britney Spears, in which she danced seductively while utilizing a host of live animals, including a large albino snake; Macy Gray wore a dress with a promotional message, instructing viewers to buy her new album
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2000 MTV Video Music
Award ~ Winners

Radio City Music Hall in New York City
September 7th 2000
Hosted by Marlon and Shawn Wayans
honoring the best music videos from June 1999 to June 2000

Pre-show
Papa Roach — "Last Resort/"Broken Home"

Video of the Year
Eminem — "The Real Slim Shady"

Best Male Video
Eminem — "The Real Slim Shady"

Best Female Video
Aaliyah — "Try Again"

Best Group Video
Blink-182 — "All the Small Things"

Best New Artist in a Video
Macy Gray — "I Try"

Best Pop Video
N'SYNC — "Bye, Bye, Bye"

Best Rock Video
Limp Bizkit — "Break Stuff"

Best R&B Video
Destiny's Child — "Say My Name"

Best Rap Video
Dr. Dre (featuring Eminem) — "Forgot About Dre"

Best Hip Hop Video
Sisqo — "Thong Song"

Best Dance Video
Jennifer Lopez — "Waiting for Tonight"

Best Video from a Film
Aaliyah — "Try Again" (from Romeo Must Die)

Breakthrough Video
Björk — "All Is Full of Love"

Best Direction in a Video
Red Hot Chili Peppers — "Californication" (Directors: Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris)

Best Choreography in a Video
N'SYNC — "Bye, Bye, Bye" (Choreographer: Darrin Henson)

Best Special Effects in a Video
Björk — "All Is Full of Love" (Special Effects: Glassworks)

Best Art Direction in a Video
Red Hot Chili Peppers — "Californication" (Art Director: Colin Strause)

Best Editing in a Video
Aimee Mann — "Save Me" (Editor: Dylan Tichenor)

Best Cinematography in a Video
Macy Gray — "Do Something" (Director of Photography: Jeff Cronenwett)

Viewer's Choice
N'SYNC — "Bye, Bye, Bye"

International Viewer's Choice Awards

MTV Brasil
O Rappa — "A Minha Alma (A Paz Que Eu Nao Quero)"

MTV India (Hindi film category)
Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik — "Kaho Na Pyar Hai"

MTV India (Hindi pop category)
Falguni Pathak — "Maine Payal Hai Chhankai"

MTV Korea
Clon — "The First Love"

MTV Latin America (North)
Shakira — "Ojos Así"

MTV Latin America (South)
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs — "La Vida"

MTV Mandarin
David Tao — "Find Myself"

MTV Russia
Detsl — "Vecherinka"

MTV Southeast Asia
Ahmad Dhani and Andra Ramadan — "Kuldesak"

Video Vanguard Award
Red Hot Chili Peppers

this show of 2000 is remembered for Tim Commerford of Rage Against the Machine climbing a piece of set scaffolding and refusing to come down after his band lost the award for Best Rock Video to Limp Bizkit.
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OTHER AWARDS ~ THE WINNERS

METEOR IRELAND M.A. .. SPBGMA M.A .. GRAMMY AWARDS .. BRIT AWARDS

SHOCKWAVE NME M.A. .. WORLD MUSIC AWARDS.. IRAW MUSIC AWARDS ..

IVOR NOVELLO AWARDS .. KERRANG! AWARDS .. MTV VIDEO M.A . .CMT M.A

Q AWARDS . . A.R.I.A MUSIC AWARDS .. MTV EUROPEAN M.A .. AMERICAN M.A

.. SOUL TRAIN AWARDS ...LATIN GRAMMY AWARDS ... BILLBOARD M.A.


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