MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica 2003

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MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica 2003
VMALA 2003 Logo.png
Date October 23, 2003
Location Jackie Gleason Theater
in Miami
Country  United States
Host Mexico Diego Luna
Preshow host
Acts

The second annual MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica 2003 took place on October 23, 2003, in Miami at the Jackie Gleason Theater for the second time in a row.

Diego Luna hosted the awards alone for the first time. He previously co-hosted the 2002 edition.

Nominations[edit]

Winners in bold.

Artist of the Year[edit]

Video 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 Independent Artist[edit]

No public voting

Best Pop Artist — International[edit]

Best Rock Artist — International[edit]

Best New Artist — International[edit]

Best Artist — Mexico[edit]

Best New Artist — Mexico[edit]

Best Artist — Central[edit]

Best New Artist — Central[edit]

  • Chile Coni Lewin
  • Chile Marciano
  • Chile Pettinellis
  • Peru TK
  • Peru Zen

Best Artist — Argentina[edit]

Best New Artist — Argentina[edit]

Awards by Countries[edit]

Country Awards Winners Categories
 Mexico
7
Molotov
Video of the Year (for "Frijolero")
Best Group or Duet
Best Alternative Artist
Best Artist — Mexico
Natalia Lafourcade
Best Solo Artist
Best Pop Artist
Best New Artist — Mexico
 Argentina
2
Bersuit Vergarabat
Best Artist — Argentina
Vicentico
Best New Artist — Argentina
 Colombia
2
Juanes
Artist of the Year
Best Rock Artist
 Peru
2
Líbido
Best Artist — Central
TK
Best New Artist — Central
 Canada
1
Avril Lavigne
Best Pop Artist — International
 Chile
1
Hermanos Brothers
Best Independent Artist
 United Kingdom
1
Coldplay
Best Rock Artist — International
 United States
1
Evanescence
Best New Artist — International

Performances[edit]

Pre-show[edit]

Main show[edit]

Appearances[edit]