MTV Europe Music Awards

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The MTV Europe Music Awards is a star-studded annual event that takes place in different European cities every year. The 1994 edition of the show was no different, taking place in Berlin, Germany. The show featured some of the biggest names in the music industry at the time, including Eminem, Robbie Williams, and Kylie Minogue, all of whom delivered unforgettable performances.

Hosted by MTV VJ Tom Jones, the show kicked off with a captivating performance by rock band R.E.M, who performed their iconic hit "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?" The band's energetic performance set the tone for the rest of the show, which was nothing short of spectacular.

Eminem was one of the show's highlights, performing his hit song "My Name Is." The rapper's performance was a showstopper, with the audience hanging on to his every word. Eminem's energetic stage presence and incredible lyrical abilities were on full display, earning him a standing ovation from fans and fellow musicians alike. It was the beginning of the young rapper's meteoric rise to fame.

Robbie Williams was also a standout performer, belting out his hit song "Angels." The English pop star's performance was emotional and heartfelt, leaving the audience in awe. Williams had a way of connecting with his fans through his music, and this performance was no different. It was a beautiful moment, and one that fans still remember to this day.

Kylie Minogue brought her signature style to the show, delivering a sizzling performance of her hit song "Confide In Me." The Australian pop icon looked stunning in a silver minidress, and her performance was a testament to her status as a bona fide superstar.

Other notable performers at the show included Bjork, who performed "Big Time Sensuality," and Beastie Boys, who performed "Sure Shot." Both performances were energetic and memorable, with the artists showcasing their boundless creativity and showmanship.

Throughout the show, various awards were presented to deserving artists, including Best Male, which went to Prince, and Best Female, which was awarded to Bjork. Overall, the show was a celebration of the best and brightest in the music industry, with every performance leaving a lasting impression on fans and critics alike.

In conclusion, the 1994 MTV Europe Music Awards was an unforgettable event, featuring some of the biggest names in music at the time. Eminem, Robbie Williams, and Kylie Minogue all delivered standout performances, showcasing their incredible talent and charisma. The show was a celebration of music, creativity, and innovation, and it still stands as one of the most memorable events in MTV history.

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2022 MTV EMA Düsseldorf
29. 2022 MTV EMA Düsseldorf
November 13, 2022
Düsseldorf's PSD Bank Dome will house this year's ceremony. Rita Ora and Taika Waititi will host the award show.
2021 MTV EMA Hungary
28. 2021 MTV EMA Hungary
November 14, 2021
Cali native Saweetie will host and perform Best Artist: Doja Cat; Ed Sheeran; Justin Bieber; Lady Gaga; Lil Nas X; The Weeknd Best Pop: BTS; Doja Cat; Dua Lipa; Ed Sheeran; Justin Bieber; Olivia Rodrigo Best Song: Doja Cat ft. SZA - Kiss Me More; Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits; Justin Bieber - Peaches ft. Daniel Caesar, Giveon; Lil Nas X - MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name); Olivia Rodrigo - Drivers License; The Kid LAROI, Justin Bieber
EMA 2020
27. EMA 2020
November 8, 2020
Hosted by Little Mix
Sevilla 2019
26. Sevilla 2019
November 3, 2019
Summary not available
Bilbao 2018
25. Bilbao 2018
November 4, 2018
The annual awards ceremony features Nicki Minaj, Halsey, Rosalia and Janet Jackson, who's the Global Icon Award winner. Hosted by Hailee Steinfeld. From Bilbao, Spain.
London 2017
24. London 2017
November 12, 2017
Summary not available
Rotterdam 2016
23. Rotterdam 2016
November 6, 2016
Bebe Rexha hosts the awards ceremony from the Ahoy Rotterdam stage. The show features live performances from Lukas Graham, Bruno Mars and Shawn Mendes, who makes his first appearance at the event and is nominated in four categories. Other nominees include Beyonce, DNCE, Zara Larsson, Duran Duran, Metallica, Calvin Harris and Lady Gaga. All but one of the categories will be decided by votes from the general public.
Milan 2015
22. Milan 2015
October 25, 2015
From the Mediolanum Forum in Milan, the 2015 MTV EMA brings you superstar performances and a night to remember!
Glasgow 2014
21. Glasgow 2014
November 9, 2014
Summary is not available.
Amsterdam 2013
20. Amsterdam 2013
October 11, 2013
The 2013 MTV EMAs (also known as the MTV Europe Music Awards) was held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on 10 November 2013. This was the first time since 1997 when the awards where held in the Netherlands. The MTV Europe Music Awards last night seen Eminem, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry all snapping up gongs, but it was Miley Cyrus who sparked controversy after she lit and smoked a hand rolled cigarette on stage. Hosts: Redfoo and Ariana Grande. Performances: Miley Cyrus — “We Can’t Stop”, Robin Thicke featuring Iggy Azalea — “Blurred Lines” / “Feel Good”, Katy Perry — “Unconditionally”, Kings of Leon — “Beautiful War”, Bruno Mars — “Gorilla”, Miley Cyrus — “Wrecking Ball”, Eminem — “Berzerk” / “Rap God”, Snoop Lion featuring Afrojack — “Gin and Juice”, The Killers — “Shot At The Night” / “Mr. Brightside”, Imagine Dragons — “Radioactive”, Icona Pop — “I Love It”, Ylvis — “The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)”
Frankfurt 2012
19. Frankfurt 2012
November 11, 2012
Summary is not available.
Belfast 2011
18. Belfast 2011
November 6, 2011
The 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards were held in Northern Ireland's capital Belfast, on Sunday, 6 November 2011, at the Odyssey Arena in the Titanic Quarter area of the city and was hosted by Selena Gomez and Paul Clark. Additional live venues for the awards show include Ulster Hall and Belfast City Hall.
Madrid 2010
17. Madrid 2010
November 7, 2010
The event was hosted by Eva Longoria Parker — who had 13 outfit changes, one of which was shaped like a huge Spanish ham — and introduced the crowd to a gang of hunks, pretending they were family. The actress joked, "I recently did some research into my ancestry and it turns out I'm 70 per cent Spanish! I tracked down some of my relatives in Madrid (and) I promised that I'd bring them out on stage. A big welcome to the Longorias!". During her acceptance speech for Best New Act, Ke$ha directly addressed her fans, saying: "Hopefully I can inspire you to give your finger to the cynics and fucking be yourself!".[
Berlin 2009
16. Berlin 2009
November 5, 2009
The MTV Europe Music Awards 2009 took place in Berlin, Germany at the O2 World and in front of the Brandenburg Gate. The award show was presented by Katy Perry. Nominations were officially announced on September 21, 2009. This is the fourth time that the MTV Europe Music Awards were hosted in Germany. Nominations for the regional awards were announced on 1 September 2009. Pete Wentz was the host for the 2009 MTV Europe Music Awards webcast, featuring backstage gossip, interviews and much more. Though the awards are seen as Europe's premiere music event few European artists have received nominations in key categories. The majority of nominations are American artists, some European countries which dominate in key categories include the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, France and Germany. With receiving three awards, Beyoncé Knowles was the big winner of the evening. One especialness was the free concert of U2 in front of the Brandenburg Gate.
Liverpool 2008
15. Liverpool 2008
November 6, 2008
The MTV Europe Music Awards 2008 took place on November 6, 2008 in Liverpool, United Kingdom at the Echo Arena. The hosts of the awards were Katy Perry with 30 Seconds to Mars hosting the interviews space called "Weird Things That Humans Do".
Munich 2007
14. Munich 2007
November 1, 2007
The 14th annual MTV Europe Music Awards, live from Munich, Germany. Hosted by Snoop Dogg.
Copenhagen 2006
13. Copenhagen 2006
November 2, 2006
The 13th annual MTV Europe Music Awards, live from Copenhagen, Denmark. Hosted by Justin Timberlake.
Lisbon 2005
12. Lisbon 2005
November 3, 2005
Summary is not available.
Rome 2004
11. Rome 2004
November 18, 2004
Summary is not available.
Edinburgh 2003
10. Edinburgh 2003
November 6, 2003
Summary is not available.
Barcelona 2002
9. Barcelona 2002
November 14, 2002
Summary is not available.
Frankfurt 2001
8. Frankfurt 2001
November 8, 2001
Summary is not available.
Stockholm 2000
7. Stockholm 2000
November 16, 2000
Summary is not available.
Dublin 1999
6. Dublin 1999
November 11, 1999
Summary is not available.
Milan 1998
5. Milan 1998
November 12, 1998
Summary is not available.
Rotterdam 1997
4. Rotterdam 1997
November 6, 1997
Summary is not available.
London 1996
3. London 1996
November 14, 1996
Summary is not available.
Paris 1995
2. Paris 1995
November 23, 1995
Summary is not available.
Berlin 1994
1. Berlin 1994
November 24, 1994
The first MTV Europe Music Awards were held on November 24, 1994 at Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, five years after the removal of the Berlin Wall. Hosted by Tom Jones, the show featured performances by Aerosmith, Björk, Roxette, Take That and George Michael. Presenters included East 17, Jean Paul Gaultier, Naomi Campbell, Pamela Anderson and model Helena Christensen, who kissed INXS's Michael Hutchence live on stage.
  • Premiere Date
    November 24, 1994
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