Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2009

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Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2009
  • Argentina September 30, 2009
  • Mexico October 5, 2009
  • Colombia October 11, 2009
  • United States October 15, 2009

The eighth annual Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2009 took place on October 15, 2009 in Bogotá, Colombia at Corferias, at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, United States, Mexico City, Mexico and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

René Pérez Joglar, also known as Residente from Calle 13, alongside pop singer Nelly Furtado served as the hosts. Sylvia Villagran was the announcer for the show.[1]

Regional awards were given out on special events recorded prior to the main show to be held on October 15 at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. Buenos Aires was the first city to host this year's event. Miranda! and Pablo Lescano performed at Espacio Darwin on September 30. The Hipódromo de las Américas at Mexico City was the second venue to host the regional event on October 5. Jesse & Joy, Panda and Placebo performed. The next city to host the regional event was Bogotá at Corferias on October 11. Alejandro Sanz, Doctor Krápula, Fanny Lú, Shakira and The Veronicas performed.

Jose Tillan was the Executive Producer of the event.


Winners are in bold text.

Artist of the Year[edit]

Video of the Year[edit]

Song of the Year[edit]

Best Solo Artist[edit]

Best Group or Duet[edit]

Best Pop Artist[edit]

Best Rock Artist[edit]

Best Alternative Artist[edit]

Best Urban Artist[edit]

Best Pop Artist — International[edit]

Best Rock Artist — International[edit]

Best New Artist — International[edit]

Best Artist — North[edit]

Best New Artist — North[edit]

Best Artist — Central[edit]

Best New Artist — Central[edit]

Best Artist — South[edit]

Best New Artist — South[edit]

  • Argentina Banda de Turistas
  • Argentina F-A
  • Argentina Loli Molina
  • Argentina Onda Vaga
  • Argentina Walter Domínguez

Best MTV Tr3́s Artist[edit]

Best New MTV Tr3́s Artist[edit]

Breakthrough Artist[edit]

"La Zona" Award[edit]

No public voting

Fashionista Award — Female[edit]

Fashionista Award — Male[edit]

Best Fan Club[edit]

Flags in this category represent where each fan club is from, not where the artist is from

Best Video Game Soundtrack[edit]

Best Ringtone[edit]

Best Movie[edit]

Best Live Performance at "Los Premios 2009"[edit]

Agent of Change[edit]

MTV Legend Award[edit]


Buenos Aires[edit]

  • Miranda! — "Es Imposible!", "Hola", "Perfecta", "Yo Te Diré", "Lo Que Siento por Tí", "Mentía", "Enamorada", "El Profe" and "Don" (featuring Pablo Lescano)
  • Zuker — DJed at the end of the Buenos Aires event

Mexico City[edit]


Los Angeles[edit]


Buenos Aires[edit]

  • Fabio Posca and Brenda Asnicar — presented Best New Artist — South
  • Mike Amigorena and Déborah de Corral — presented Best Artist — South

Mexico City[edit]


Los Angeles[edit]

Awards by Countries[edit]

Country Awards Winners Categories
Best Artist — North
Best Alternative Artist
Best Group or Duet
Paulina Rubio
Best Solo Artist
Best Live Performance at "Los Premios MTV 2009"
Café Tacuba
MTV Legend Award
Hello Seahorse!
La Zona Award
Paty Cantú
Best New Artist — North
Best Pop Artist
Best Rock Artist
 United States
Lady Gaga
Best New Artist — International
Song of the Year (for "Poker Face")
Best MTV Tr3́s Artist
Cobra Starship
Best Live Performance at "Los Premios MTV 2009"
Green Day
Best Rock Artist — International
Hayley Williams
Fashionista Award — Female
Jonas Brothers
Best Pop Artist — International
Nick Jonas
Fashionista Award — Male
Katy Perry
Best Ringtone (for "Hot n Cold")
 Puerto Rico
Wisin & Yandel
Video of the Year (for "Abusadora")
Artist of the Year
Calle 13
Best Urban Artist
Best MTV Tr3́s New Artist
Loli Molina
Best New Artist — South
Best Artist — South
Don Tetto
Best Artist — Central
Agent of Change
Breakthrough Artist
Best New Artist — Central
Britney Spears fan club
Best Fan Club

External links[edit]


  1. ^ EFE Residente, de Calle 13, presentará los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2009. Retrieved: August 30, 2009. (spanish)
  2. ^ http://mtvprensa-premios2009.com/prensa.php?codigo=29
  3. ^ http://www.mtvla.com/premios/show_mx.jhtml