Eminem TRIUMPHs AT THE 2002 MTV EUROPE MUSIC AWARDS. Kylie Minogue, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Linkin Park secure two awards each
Barcelona, 14 November 2002: Eminem triumphed at the 9th annual MTV Europe Music Awards, broadcast tonight from Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, to a global TV audience in excess of one billion people. The US rap star won in three separate categories: Best Male, Best Hip Hop and Best Album for ‘The Eminem Show’. Following closely behind with two awards each were Kylie Minogue – with awards for Best Pop and Best Dance; Red Hot Chili Peppers, who won in the Best Rock and Best Live Act categories; and Linkin Park, who won in the Best Group and Best Hard Rock categories.
The glittering ceremony, often described as the music ‘Oscars’, featured 26 separate awards — including 10 regional awards — reflecting MTV’s growing network of regional music channels, and celebrating the diversity of European music taste. The show also featured stunning live performances from across the international music spectrum, including appearances by Robbie Williams, Moby, Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera, Pink, Bon Jovi, Enrique Iglesias, Eminem, Royksopp, Coldplay, Wyclef Jean and Foo Fighters.
The winners of the 2002 MTV Europe Music Awards are:
Best Male: Eminem
Best Female: Jennifer Lopez
Best Pop: Kylie Minogue
Best Group: Linkin Park
Best New Act: The Calling
Best Live Act: Red Hot Chili Peppers
Best Song: Pink – ‘Get The Party Started’
Best Album: Eminem – ‘The Eminem Show’
Best Dance: Kylie Minogue
Best Hip Hop: Eminem
Best R&B: Alicia Keys
Best Rock: Red Hot Chili Peppers
Best Hard Rock: Linkin Park
Best Video: Royksopp – ‘Remind Me’
Directors: Herve de Crecy, Ludovic Houplain
The Web Award: Moby – www.moby.com
Free Your Mind Award: FARE — Football Against Racism in Europe
Best Nordic Act: Kent
Best German Act: Xavier Naidoo
Best Spanish Act: Amaral
Best Russian Act: Diskoteka Avariya
Best Romanian Act: Animal X
Best UK & Ireland Act: Coldplay
Best Italian Act: Subsonica
Best French Act: Indochine
Best Dutch Act: Brainpower
Best Polish Act: Myslovitz
Highlights of the 2001 MTV Europe Music Awards included Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs’ dramatic entrance at the start of the show, a medley of Pink’s hits, Whitney Houston performing ‘Whatchulookinat’ and Eminem performing a dramatic version of ‘Lose Yourself’ and ‘Cleaning Out My Closet’.
The 2002 MTV Europe “Free Your Mind” Award was presented FARE — Football Against Racism in Europe — a pan-European action group fighting racial prejudice at all levels of the sport.
The 2002 MTV Europe Music Awards was hosted by pioneering producer, rapper and pop phenomenon Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs. Guest presenters at the star-studded ceremony included Anastacia, The Calling, Esther Canadas, Holly Valance, Jade Jagger, Kelis, Kylie Minogue, Las Ketchup, Ms Dynamite, Nick Carter, Pharrell Williams from N*E*R*D, Pierce Brosnan, Ronan Keating, Rupert Everett, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Sugababes, Tiziano Ferro, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Marilyn Manson, Pamela Anderson, T.A.T.U, Rachel Roberts and Sara Montiel.
The 2002 MTV Europe Music Awards is sponsored by D&G, Vodafone, Foot Locker and American Express.
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