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2007 MTV Europe Music Awards

2007 MTV Europe Music Awards
Date November 1, 2007
Location Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
Host Snoop Dogg
Television/Radio coverage
Network MTV Networks International (Europe)
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The 14th annual MTV European Music Awards were held Olympiahalle in Munich, Germany on November 1, 2007. The show received a total of 78 million votes, the most in MTV Europe Music Awards history.

Foo Fighters opened the show, with frontman Dave Grohl hosting the VIP 'Glamour Pit' area, interviewing celebrities live on air. Other performances on the night included Amy Winehouse with "Back to Black", Tokio Hotel, will.i.am and Babyshambles.

Presenters on the night included Joss Stone, model Lily Cole, R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe and F1 driver Lewis Hamilton.

Nominations

Winners are in bold text.

Most Addictive Track

Video Star

Album of the Year

Best Solo

Best Band

New Sounds of Europe

  • Bedwetters
  • Firma
  • Yakup

Rock Out

Ultimate Urban

Best Headliner

Best Inter Act

Artist's Choice

Free Your Mind

Regional nominations

Winners are in bold text.

Best UK and Ireland Act

  • Arctic Monkeys
  • Klaxons
  • Muse
  • Mark Ronson
  • Amy Winehouse

Best Danish Act

Best Finnish Act

Best Norwegian Act

Best Swedish Act

Best German Act

Best Italian Act

Best Dutch and Belgian Act

  • Goose
  • Opgezwolle
  • Gabriel Ríos
  • Tiësto
  • Within Temptation

Best French Act

Best Polish Act

Best Spanish Act

Best Russian Act

Best Romanian Act

Best Portuguese Act

Best Adria Act

  • Dubioza kolektiv
  • Hladno pivo
  • Jinx
  • Siddharta
  • Van Gogh

Best Baltic Act

  • Double Faced Eels
  • Jurga
  • Skamp
  • The Sun
  • Tribes of the City

Best Arabia Act

  • Nancy Ajram
  • Elissa
  • Mohamed Hamaki
  • Tamer Hosny
  • Rashed Al-Majed

Best Hungarian Act

Best Turkish Act

Best Ukrainian Act

Best African Act

  • Chameleone
  • D'banj
  • Hip Hop Pantsula
  • Jua Cali
  • Samini

New Sounds of Europe competition

Regional competition

Netherlands Germany Adria Turkey Portugal Denmark Sweden UK
  • Connect
  • Dani
  • Dubioza Kolektiv
  • Elemental
  • Father
  • Intruder
  • Marcelo
  • Mistakemistake
  • Svadbas
  • Tide
  • Bedük
  • DANdadaDAN
  • Portecho
  • Suitcase
  • Yakup
France Spain Norway Finland Romania Poland Italy Baltic
  • Hanna
  • Jaula de Grillos
  • Lantana
  • Mendetz
  • Nena Daconte
  • Sara Da Pin Up
  • Tulsa
  • Wonderful Cosmetics
  • Zodiacs
  • Astro’n’Out
  • Bedwetters
  • Double Faced Eels
  • Gravel
  • No-Big-Silence
  • Under Marie
  • Vaidas

International competition

  • Bedwetters
  • Firma
  • Yakup
  • Sunrise Avenue — Eliminated on 28/10
  • Christophe Willem — Eliminated on 27/10
  • Jaula de Grillos — Eliminated on 26/10
  • Buraka Som Sistema — Eliminated on 25/10
  • Chakuza — Eliminated on 24/10
  • James Morisson because that wasn't available to perform in event)
  • Neverstore — Eliminated on 22/10
  • Zero Assoluto — Eliminated on 21/10
  • Delain — Eliminated on 20/10
  • Dani — Eliminated on 19/10
  • Gravel — Eliminated on 18/10
  • Coma — Eliminated on 17/10
  • Alphabeat — Eliminated on 16/10
  • Aleksander With — Eliminated on 15/10
  • Astro'n'out — Eliminated on 14/10

Performances

Appearances

External links

  • MTV Europe Official site
  • MTV Europe Music Awards Official show site
  • "MTV adds new category to EMAs" Digital Spy, June 18, 2007
  • The Show
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