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    • MTV 31st Annual Video Music Awards

      MTV 31st Annual Video Music Awards

    • MTV 30th Annual Video Music Awards
    • MTV 29th Video Music Awards
      9/6/12
      4.0

      Hosted by Kevin Hart, the 29th Annual Video Music Awards includes Rihanna, Green Day, One Direction, Taylor Swift, Pink, Alicia Keys, Andy Samberg, Miley Cyrus, Mac Miller, The Wanted, Ke$ha, and Rashida Jones.

    • MTV 28th Annual Video Music Awards

      The 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, performances by Lady Gaga, Jay-Z and Kanye West, Pitbull, Adele, Chris Brown, Young and the Giant, Bruno Mars, and Lil' Wayne.

    • MTV 27th Annual Video Music Awards

      The "MTV 27th Annual MTV Video Awards" was hosted by Chelsea Handler in 2010 and featured a number of performers including Eminem, Florence and the Machines and Kanye West. Lady Gaga took home the most trophies with seven, tying the band A-Ha for the second most awards in a single year. She also showed up to the award ceremony in her infamous meat dress, causing a sizeable amount of controversy in the process.

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    • MTV 26th Annual Video Music Awards
      Don't miss this year's edition of the VMA's, hosted once again by Russell Brand. The show will include a tribute to the late Michael Jackson, and trailers of the movies The Twilight Saga: New Moon and Michael Jackson's This Is It.
    • MTV 25th Annual Video Music Awards

      2008's Video Music Awards will be hosted Live from Paramount Studios in Hollywood, CA. Performers include Travis Barker, DJ AM, Jonas Brothers, Kid Rock, Lil Wayne, Lupe Fiasco, Paramore, Katy Perry, Pink, Rihanna, T-Pain, T.I., The Ting Tings.

    • MTV 24th Annual Video Music Awards

      2007's Video Music Awards will be hosted live from Las Vegas. Performers include Justin Timberlake, Kanye West, Rihanna, Amy Winehouse, Timbaland, Fall Out Boy, Chris Brown, the Foo Fighters, and Lily Allen.

    • MTV 23rd Annual Video Music Awards
      Hosted by Jack Black at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City, the MTV 2006 Video Music Awards marks the first time that viewers can vote for all of the awards.

      See recap for list of 2006 Nominees & Winners!
    • MTV 22nd Annual Video Music Awards
      See recap for list of 2006 Nominees!

      "Video of the Year" Green Day - "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
      "Best Male Video" Kanye West - "Jesus Walks"
      "Best Female Video" Kelly Clarkson - "Since U Been Gone"
      "Best Group Video" Green Day - "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
      "Best Rap Video" Ludacris - "Number One Spot"
      "Best R & B Video" Alicia Keys - "Karma"
      "Best Hip-Hop Video" Missy Elliot w/ Ciara & Fat Man Scoop - "Lose Control"
      "Best Dance Video" Missy Elliot w/ Ciara & Fat Man Scoop - "Lose Control"
      "Best Rock Video" Green Dat - "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
      "Best Pop Video" Kelly Clarkson - "Since U Been Gone"
      "Best New Artist" The Killers - "Mr. Brightside"
      "MTV 2 Award" Fall Out Boy - "Sugar We're GOing Down"
      "Viewer's Choice" Green Day - "American Idiot"
      "Breakthrough Video" Gorillaz - "Feel Good Inc."
      "Best Direction" Green Day - "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
      "Best Choreography" Gwen Stefani - "Hollaback Girl"
      "Best Special Effects" Gorillaz - "Feel Good Inc."
      "Best Art Direction" Gwen Stefani - "What You Waiting For?"
      "Best Editing" Green Day - "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
      "Best Cinematography" Green Day - "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
      "Best Video Game Soundtrack" Dance Dance Revolution Extrememoreless
    • MTV 21st Annual Video Music Awards
    • MTV 20th Annual Video Music Awards
    • MTV 19th Annual Video Music Awards
      2002 MTV Video Music Awards, Hosted by Jimmy Fallon, featuring, Ashanti, Bruce Springsteen with the E Street Band, Busta Rhymes, Eminem, Guns N' Roses, Ja Rule, Kelly Clarkson, Nas, Pink, Usher, and more.
    • MTV 18th Annual Video Music Awards
      2001 MTV Video Music Awards, Hosted by Jamie Foxx, featuring, Christina Aguilera, Destiny's Child, Eve, Fatboy Slim, Gwen Stefani, Jay-Z, Jennifer Lopez, Kid Rock, Limp Bizkit, Moby, NSync, and more
    • MTV 17th Annual Video Music Awards
      2000 MTV Video Music Awards, Hosted by Marlon and Shawn Wayans, featuring, Aaliyah, Björk, Blink 182, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Janet Jackson, Kid Rock, Limp Bizkit, Papa Roach, Pink, Rage Against the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sting, and more.
    • MTV 16th Annual Video Music Awards
      1999 MTV Video Music Awards, Hosted by Chris Rock, featuring Aerosmith, Beastie Boys, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kid Rock, KoRn, Lauryn Hill, Marilyn Manson, Ricky Martin, Run DMC, TLC, and more.
    • MTV 15th Annual Video Music Awards
      1998 MTV Video Music Awards, Hosted by Ben Stiller, featuring Aerosmith, Backstreet Boys, Beck, Brandy, Fiona Apple, Green Day, Mariah Carey, Hole, Madonna, Master P., Monica, No Doubt, Prodigy, Puff Daddy, and more.
    • MTV 14th Annual Video Music Awards
      1997 MTV Video Music Awards, featuring Aerosmith, Backstreet Boys, Bjork, Brandy, Fiona Apple, Green Day, Madonna, Puff Daddy, Will Smith, and more.
    • MTV 13th Annual Video Music Awards
      1996 MTV Video Music Awards, Hosted by Dennis Miller, featuring Alan White, Alanis Morissette, Beck, Bush, Coolio, The Cranberries, The Foo Fighters, The Fugees, Metallica, The Smashing Pumpkins, and more.
    • MTV 12th Annual Video Music Awards
      1995 MTV Video Music Awards, Hosted by Dennis Miller, featuring Dr. Dre, Hottie & the Blowfish, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones, TLC, Weezer, White Zombie, and more.
    • MTV 11th Annual Video Music Awards
      1994 MTV Video Music Awards, Hosted by Rosanne Arnold, featuring Aerosmith, Bruce Springsteen, Janet Jackson, Nirvana (Krist Novaselic & Dave Grohl), R.E.M., Salt-N-Peppa, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, and more.
    • MTV 10th Annual Video Music Awards
      1993 MTV Video Music Awards, Hosted by Christian Slater, featuring Aerosmith, Alice in Chains, Beavis and Butthead, En Vogue, k.d. Lang, Lenny Kravitz, Madonna, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, and more.
    • MTV 9th Annual Video Music Awards
      Hosted by Dana Carvey. Rock and Alternative/Grunge were the dominant genres at the 1992 VMA's, with music ranging from Michael Jackson to Eric Clapton to Bobby Brown to Nirvana...
    • MTV 8th Annual Video Music Awards
      1991 MTV Video Music Awards, Hosted by Arsenio Hall, featuring, Aerosmith, C+C Music Factory, Chris Isaak, Faith No More, Janet Jackson, Madonna, R.E.M., and more.
    • MTV 7th Annual Video Music Awards
      1990 MTV Video Music Awards, featuring Aerosmith, The B52's, Janet Jackson, M.C. Hammer, Madonna, Sinad O'Connor, Tears for Fears, and more.
    • MTV 6th Annual Video Music Awards
      1989 MTV Video Music Awards, featuring, DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, Guns N' Roses, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Paula Abdul, R.E.M., and more.
    • MTV 5th Annual Video Music Awards
      MTV's 1988 Video Music Awards, featuring George Michael, Guns N' Roses, INXS, Janet Jackson, Prince, and more.
    • MTV 4th Annual Video Music Awards
      1987 MTV Video Music Awards, featuring Bon Jovi, Janet Jackson, Madonna, Peter Gabriel, U2, and more.
    • MTV 3rd Annual Video Music Awards
      @ Radio City Music Hall, New York City, NY

      Best Group Video: Video of the Year:

      Dire Straits - "Money For Nothing"

      Best Male Video:

      Robert Palmer - "Addicted To Love"

      Best Female Video:

      Whitney Houston - "How Will I Know?"

      Viewer's Choice:
      Most Experimental Video:
      Best Cinematography: (Oliver Stapleton)
      Best Editing: (David Yardley)
      Best Special Effects: (Michael Patterson & Candance Reckinger)
      Best Direction: (Steven Barron)
      Best Concept Video:
      Best New Artist:

      a-ha - "Take On Me"

      Best Stage Performance Video:

      Bryan Adams & Tina Turner - "It's Only Love"

      Best Overall Performance:

      David Bowie & Mick Jagger - "Dancing In The Streets"

      Best Choreography:

      Prince & The Revolution - "Raspberry Beret"

      Best Art Direction:(Ron Cobb)

      ZZ Top - "Rough Boy"moreless

    • MTV 2nd Annual Video Music Awards
    • MTV 1st Annual Video Music Awards