MTV Music Video Awards

2007 MTV Music Video Awards

The 2007 Video Music Awards were presented September 9, 2007.

Video of the Year Rihanna f. Jay-Z, “Umbrella”
Male Artist of the Year Justin Timberlake
Female Artist of the Year Fergie
Best Group Fall Out Boy
New Artist Gym Class Heroes
Direction Samuel Bayer, “What Goes Around... Comes Around” (Justin Timberlake)
Choreography Marty Kudelka, “My Love” (Justin Timberlake)
Editing Ken Mowe, “Smiley Faces” (Gnarls Barkley)
Monster Single of the Year Rihanna f. Jay-Z, “Umbrella”
Quadruple Threat of the Year Justin Timberlake
Best Collaboration Beyoncé f. Shakira, “Beautiful Liar”

2006 MTV Music Video Awards

The 2006 Video Music Awards were presented August 31, 2006.

Video of the Year Panic! At the Disco, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”
Male Video James Blunt, “You're Beautiful”
Female Video Kelly Clarkson, “Because of You”
Group Video The All-American Rejects, “Move Along”
Rap Video Chamillionaire, “Ridin'”
R&B Video Beyoncé f. Slim Thug & Bun B, “Check On It”
Hip-Hop Video Black Eyed Peas, “My Humps”
Dance Video The Pussycat Dolls f. Snoop Dogg, “Buttons”
Rock Video A.F.I., “Miss Murder”
Pop Video Pink, “Stupid Girls”
New Artist Avenged Sevenfold, “Bat Country”
Viewers' Choice Fall Out Boy, “Dance, Dance”
Direction Gnarls Barkley, “Crazy”
Choreography Shakira f. Wyclef Jean, “Hips Don't Lie”
Special Effects Missy Elliot, “We Run This”
Art Direction Red Hot Chili Peppers, “Dani California”
Editing Gnarls Barkley, “Crazy”
Cinematography James Blunt, “You're Beautiful”
Video Game Soundtrack Marc Ecko's Getting Up (Atari)
Video Game Score Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Jeremy Soule

2005 MTV Music Video Awards

The 2005 Video Music Awards were presented August 28, 2005.

Video of the Year Green Day, “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”
Male Video Kanye West, “Jesus Walks”
Female Video Kelly Clarkson, “Since U Been Gone”
Group Video Green Day, “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”
Rap Video Ludacris, “Number One Spot”
R&B Video Alicia Keys, “Karma”
Hip-Hop Video Missy Elliott featuring Ciara and Fat Man Scoop, “Lose Control”
Dance Video Missy Elliott featuring Ciara and Fat Man Scoop, “Lose Control”
Rock Video Green Day, “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”
Pop Video Kelly Clarkson, “Since U Been Gone”
New Artist The Killers, “Mr. Brightside”
MTV2 Video Fall Out Boy, “Sugar We're Going Down”
Viewers' Choice Green Day, “American Idiot”
Breakthrough Video Gorillaz, “Feel Good Inc.”
Direction Samuel Bayer, “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” (Green Day)
Choreography Kishaya Dudley, “Hollaback Girl” (Gwen Stefani)
Special Effects Passion Pictures, “Feel Good Inc.” (Gorillaz)
Art Direction Zach Mathews, “What You Waiting For?” (Gwen Stefani)
Editing Tim Royes, “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” (Green Day)
Cinematography Samuel Bayer, “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” (Green Day)
Video Game Soundtrack Dance Dance Revolution Extreme (Konami)

2004 MTV Music Video Awards

The 2004 Video Music Awards were presented August 29, 2004.

Video of the Year OutKast, “Hey Ya”
Male Video Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris, “Yeah”
Female Video Beyonce, “Naughty Girl”
Group Video No Doubt, “It's My Life”
Rap Video Jay-Z, “99 Problems”
R&B Video Alicia Keys, “If I Ain't Got You”
Hip-Hop Video OutKast, “Hey Ya”
Dance Video Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris, “Yeah”
Rock Video Jet, “Are You Gonna Be My Girl?”
Pop Video No Doubt, “It's My Life”
New Artist Maroon 5, “This Love”
MTV2 Video Yellowcard, “Ocean Avenue”
Viewers' Choice Linkin Park, “Breaking the Habit”
Breakthrough Video Franz Ferdinand, “Take Me Out”
Direction Mark Romanek, “99 Problems” (Jay-Z)
Choreography Fatima Robinson, “Hey Mama” (Black Eyed Peas)
Special Effects Elad Offer, Chris Eckardt, Money Shots, “Hey Ya” (OutKast)
Art Direction Eric Beauchamp, “Hey Ya” (OutKast)
Editing Robert Duffy, “99 Problems” (Jay-Z)
Cinematography Joaquin Baca-Asay, “99 Problems” (Jay-Z)
Video Game Soundtrack Tony Hawk's Underground (Activision)

2003 MTV Music Video Awards

The 2003 Video Music Awards were presented August 28, 2003.

Video of the Year Missy Elliott, “Work It”
Male Video Justin Timberlake, “Cry Me a River”
Female Video Beyonce Knowles, “Crazy in Love”
Group Video Coldplay, “The Scientist”
Rap Video 50 Cent, “In Da Club”
R&B Video Beyonce Knowles, “Crazy in Love”
Hip-Hop Video Missy Elliott, “Work It”
Dance Video Justin Timberlake, “Rock Your Body”
Rock Video Linkin Park, “Somewhere I Belong”
Pop Video Justin Timberlake, “Cry Me a River”
New Artist 50 Cent, “In Da Club”
Video from a Film Eminem, “Lose Yourself,”8 Mile
MTV2 Video A.F.I., “Girls Not Grey”
Viewers' Choice Good Charlotte, “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous”
Breakthrough Video Coldplay, “The Scientist”
Direction James Thraves, “The Scientist” (Coldplay)
Choreography Frank Gatson, Jr. and LaVelle Smith, “Crazy in Love” (Beyonce Knowles)
Special Effects Shynola/Clear, “Go With the Flow” (Queens of the Stone Age)
Art Direction Chris Hopewell, “There There” (Radiohead)
Editing Oliver Gajan, “Seven Nation Army” (The White Stripes)
Cinematography Jean-Yves Escoffier, “Hurt” (Johnny Cash)

2002 MTV Music Video Awards

The 2002 Video Music Awards were presented August 29, 2002.

Video of the Year Eminem, “Without Me”
Male Video Eminem, “Without Me”
Female Video Pink, “Get the Party Started”
Group Video No Doubt featuring Bounty Killer, “Hey Baby”
Rap Video Eminem, “Without Me”
R&B Video Mary J. Blige, “No More Drama”
Hip-Hop Video Jennifer Lopez featuring Ja Rule, “I'm Real (remix)”
Dance Video Pink, “Get the Party Started”
Rock Video Linkin Park, “In the End”
Pop Video No Doubt featuring Bounty Killer, “Hey Baby”
New Artist Avril Lavigne, “Complicated”
Video from a Film Chad Kroeger featuring Josey Scott, “Hero,”Spider-Man
MTV2 Video Dashboard Confessional, “Screaming Infidelities”
Viewers' Choice Michelle Branch, “Everywhere”
Breakthrough Video The White Stripes, “Fell in Love with a Girl”
Direction Joseph Kahn, “Without Me” (Eminem)
Choreography Michael Rooney, “Can't Get You Out of My Head” (Kylie Minogue)
Special Effects Twisted Labs, Sebastian Fau, “Fell in Love with a Girl” (The White Stripes)
Art Direction Tim Hope, “Trouble” (Coldplay)
Editing Mikros and Duran, “Fell in Love with a Girl” (The White Stripes)
Cinematography Brad Rushing, “We Are All Made of Stars” (Moby)

2001 MTV Music Video Awards

The 2001 Video Music Awards were presented September 6, 2001.

Video of the Year Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mya, and Pink featuring Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott, “Lady Marmalade”
Male Video Moby featuring Gwen Stefani, “South Side”
Female Video Eve featuring Gwen Stefani, “Let Me Blow Ya Mind”
Group Video *N Sync, “Pop”
Rap Video Nelly, “Ride Wit Me”
Dance Video *N Sync, “Pop”
Rock Video Limp Bizkit, “Rollin”
Hip-Hop Video Outkast, “Ms. Jackson”
New Artist Alicia Keys, “Fallin”
Video from a Film Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mya, and Pink featuring Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott, “Lady Marmalade,”Moulin Rouge
R&B Video Destiny's Child, “Survivor”
Pop Video *N Sync, “Pop”
MTV2 Video Mudvayne, “Dig”
Direction Fatboy Slim, “Weapon of Choice”
Choreography Fatboy Slim, “Weapon of Choice”
Art Direction Fatboy Slim, “Weapon of Choice”
Editing Fatboy Slim, “Weapon of Choice”
Cinematography Fatboy Slim, “Weapon of Choice”
Special Effects Robbie Williams, “RockDJ”
Breakthrough Video Fatboy Slim, “Weapon of Choice”
Viewers' Choice *N Sync, “Pop”

2000 MTV Music Video Awards

The 2000 Video Music Awards were presented September 7, 2000.

Video Of The Year Eminem, “The Real Slim Shady”
Male Video Eminem, “The Real Slim Shady”
Female Video Aaliyah, “Try Again”
Group Video Blink 182, “All The Small Things”
Rap Video Dr. Dre f/ Eminem, “Forgot About Dre”
Dance Video Jennifer Lopez, “Waiting For Tonight”
Rock Video Limp Bizkit, “Break Stuff”
Hip-Hop Video Sisqo, “Thong Song”
New Artist Macy Gray, “I Try”
Video from a Film Aaliyah, “Try Again, ”Romeo Must Die
R&B Video Destiny's Child, “Say My Name”
Direction Red Hot Chilipeppers, “Californication”
Choreography 'N Sync, “Bye Bye Bye”
Art Direction Red Hot Chilipeppers, “Californication”
Editing Aimee Mann, “Save Me”
Cinematography Macy Gray, “Do Something”
Special Effects Björk, “All Is Full Of Love”
Breakthrough Video Björk, “All Is Full Of Love”
Viewers' Choice 'N Sync, “Bye Bye Bye”

1999 MTV Music Video Awards

The 1999 Video Music Awards were presented September 9, 1999.

Video Of The Year Lauryn Hill, “Doo Wop (That Thing)”
Male Video Will Smith, “Miami”
Female Video Lauryn Hill, “Doo Wop (That Thing)”
Group Video TLC, “No Scrubs”
Rap Video Jay-Z featuring Ja Rule & Amil-Lion, “Can I Get A …”
Dance Video Ricky Martin, “Livin' La Vida Loca”
Rock Video Korn, “Freak on a Leash”
Hip-Hop Video Beastie Boys, “Intergalactic”
New Artist Eminem, “My Name Is”
Video from a Film Madonna, “Beautiful Stranger, ”Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
R&B Video Lauryn Hill, “Doo Wop (That Thing)”
Direction Fatboy Slim “Praise You”
Choreography Fatboy Slim “Praise You”
Art Direction Lauryn Hill, “Doo Wop (That Thing)”
Editing Korn, “Freak on a Leash”
Cinematography Marilyn Manson“The Dope Show,”
Special Effects Garbage, “Special”
Breakthrough Video Fatboy Slim “Praise You”
Viewers' Choice Backstreet Boys, “I Want It That Way”

1998 MTV Music Video Awards

The 1998 Video Music Awards were presented September 10, 1998.

Video Of The Year Madonna, “Ray of Light”
Male Video Will Smith, “Just the Two of Us”
Female Video Madonna, “Ray of Light”
Group Video Backstreet Boys, “Everybody (Backstreet's Back)”
Rap Video Will Smith, “Gettin' Jiggy Wit' It”
Dance Video Prodigy, “Smack My Bitch Up”
Rock Video Aerosmith, “Pink”
Alternative Green Day, “Time of Your Life (Good Riddance)”
New Artist Natalie Imbruglia, “Torn”
Video From A Film Aerosmith, “I Don't Want to Miss a Thing, ”Armageddon
R&B Video Wyclef Jean, featuring Refugee Allstars, “Gone Till November”
Direction Madonna, “Ray of Light,” Jonas Akerlund
Choreography Madonna, “Ray of Light,” Madonna
Special Effects “Frozen, ” Madonna, Steve Murgatroyd, Dan Williams, Steve Hiam, and Anthony Walsham
Art Direction “Bachelorette,” Björk, Donovan Davidson
Editing Madonna, “Ray of Light,”Jonas Akerlund
Cinematography “Criminal,” Fiona Apple, Harris Svides
Breakthrough Video Prodigy, “Smack My Bitch Up”
Viewers' Choice Puff Daddy & the Family, featuring the Lox, Lil' Kim, the Notorious B.I.G., and Fuzzbubble, “It's All About the Benjamins (Rock Remix)”

1997 MTV Music Video Awards

The 1997 MTV Music Video Awards were presented September 4, 1997, at New York City's Radio City Music Hall.

Video “Virtual Insanity,” Jamiroquai
Male Video “Devil's Haircut,” Beck
Female Video “You Were Meant for Me,” Jewel
Group Video “Don't Speak,” No Doubt
Rap Video “Hypnotize,” The Notorious B.I.G.
Dance Video “Wannabe,” Spice Girls
Rock Video “Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees),” Aerosmith
Alternative Music Video “What I Got,” Sublime
New Artist in a Video “Sleep to Dream,” Fiona Apple
Video From a Film “Men in Black,” Will Smith
R&B Video “I'll Be Missing You,” Puff Daddy & the Family
Direction in a Video “The New Pollution,” Beck
Choreography in a Video “The New Pollution,” Beck
Special Effects in a Video “Virtual Insanity,” Jamiroquai
Art Direction in a Video “The New Pollution,” Beck
Editing in a Video “Devil's Haircut,” Beck
Cinematography in a Video “Virtual Insanity,” Jamiroquai
Breakthrough Video “Virtual Insanity,” Jamiroquai
Viewer's Choice “Breathe,” Prodigy

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