2001 MTV Europe Music Awards
|2001 MTV Europe Music Awards|
|Date||November 8, 2001|
|Location||Festhalle Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany|
|Hosted by||Ali G|
|Network||MTV Networks International (Europe)|
The 2001 MTV Europe Music Awards were held in The Festhalle, Frankfurt. The ceremony attracted the largest television audience for the awards until the MTV Europe Music Awards 2007 and was one of the first entertainment broadcasts following the September 11th attacks in New York City.
Performances included Blink-182 with "First Date", Depeche Mode with "Never Let Me Down Again", Rammstein with "Ich Will" and Kylie Minogue with "Can't Get You Out of My Head". Jay-Z performed his track "Girls, Girls, Girls" and Craig David took to the stage with a version of "Walking Away" that sampled U2's "One".
- 1 Nominations
- 2 Regional nominations
- 3 Performances
- 4 Appearances
- 5 External links
Winners are in bold text.
- Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mýa and Pink — "Lady Marmalade"
- Crazy Town — "Butterfly"
- Destiny's Child — "Survivor"
- Eminem (featuring Dido) — "Stan"
- Gorillaz — "Clint Eastwood"
- The Avalanches — "Since I Left You"
- Fatboy Slim — "Weapon of Choice"
- Gorillaz (featuring Del tha Funkee Homosapien) — "Clint Eastwood"
- Outkast — "Ms. Jackson"
- Robbie Williams — "Supreme"
- Dido — No Angel
- Limp Bizkit — Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water
- Madonna — Music
- Travis — The Invisible Band
- U2 — All That You Can't Leave Behind
Best New Act
- Daft Punk (www.daftpunk.com)
- Depeche Mode (www.depechemode.com)
- Gorillaz (www.gorillaz.com)
- Limp Bizkit (www.limpbizkit.com)
- U2 (www.u2.com)
Free Your Mind
Winners are in bold text.
Best UK and Ireland Act
Best Nordic Act
Best German Act
Best Italian Act
Best Dutch Act
Best French Act
Best Polish Act
Best Spanish Act
Best Russian Act
- Kylie Minogue — "Can't Get You Out of My Head"
- Dido — "Hunter"
- Basement Jaxx — "Where's Your Head At"
- Blink-182 — "First Date"
- Craig David — "Walking Away"
- Mary J. Blige — "Family Affair"
- Jay-Z — "Izzo (H.O.V.A.) / Girls, Girls, Girls"
- Depeche Mode — "Never Let Me Down Again"
- Fred Durst, Wes Scantlin and Jimmy Page — "Thank You"
- Rammstein — "Ich Will"
- R.E.M. — "Imitation Of Life"
- Travis — "Side"
- Ben Stiller and Claudia Schiffer — presented Best Group
- Emma Bunton and Eddy Grant — presented Best Male
- Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Bomfunk MC's — presented Best Dance
- Kelis and Gavin Rossdale — presented Best Female
- Pink and Pedro Almodóvar — presented Best Video
- Sugababes and Roger Sanchez — presented The Web Award
- Alicia Keys and — presented Best Song
- Heidi Klum and Boris Becker — presented Best R&B
- Xavier Naidoo and Nelly Furtado — presented Best Hip-Hop
- Joshua Jackson and Christina Ricci — presented Best Album
- Nina Persson and Herbert Gronemeyer — presented Best Pop
- Shaggy and Andrea Corr — presented Best New Act
- Atomic Kitten and Ronan Keating — presented Best Rock