MTV Video Music Award for Best Group Video

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The MTV Video Music Award for Best Group Video was first given out at the 1984 MTV Video Music Awards; and in 2007, going along with how the VMAs were revamped that year, the award was renamed Best Group, as it awarded the artist's body of work for the full year rather than a specific video. In 2008, however, when the VMAs returned to their original format, this award was not brought back despite being considered one of the more important ones. No Doubt is the biggest winner of this category, having won the award thrice; while U2 is the biggest nominee, with seven of its videos receiving nominations in six different years from 1985 to 2005. The last award was presented in 2007 to Fall Out Boy.

TLC was the first and only girl group to win in this category twice with their videos "Waterfalls" (1995) and "No Scrubs" (1999)

Year Winner Other nominees
1984 ZZ Top — "Legs"
1985 USA for Africa — "We Are the World"
1986 Dire Straits — "Money for Nothing"
1987 Talking Heads — "Wild Wild Life"
1988 INXS — "Need You Tonight/Mediate"
1989 Living Colour — "Cult of Personality"
1990 The B-52's — "Love Shack"
1991 R.E.M. — "Losing My Religion"
1992 U2 — "Even Better Than the Real Thing"
1993 Pearl Jam — "Jeremy"
1994 Aerosmith — "Cryin'"
1995 TLC — "Waterfalls"
1996 Foo Fighters — "Big Me"
1997 No Doubt — "Don't Speak"
1998 Backstreet Boys — "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)"
1999 TLC — "No Scrubs"
2000 Blink-182 — "All the Small Things"
2001 'N Sync — "Pop"
2002 No Doubt (featuring Bounty Killer) — "Hey Baby"
2003 Coldplay — "The Scientist"
2004 No Doubt — "It's My Life"
2005 Green Day — "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
2006 The All-American Rejects — "Move Along"
2007 Fall Out Boy

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