2011 MTV Europe Music Awards

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2011 MTV Europe Music Awards
Date6 November 2011 (9:00 PM CET)
LocationOdyssey Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Hosted bySelena Gomez
Most awardsLady Gaga (4)
Most nominationsLady Gaga (6)
Television/radio coverage
NetworkMTV Networks International (Europe)

The 2011 MTV EMAs (also known as the MTV Europe Music Awards) were held in Northern Ireland's capital Belfast, on Sunday, 6 November 2011, at the Odyssey Arena in the Titanic Quarter area of the city and were hosted by Selena Gomez and Paul Clark. Additional live venues for the awards show include Ulster Hall and Belfast City Hall.

On 19 September 2011, MTV Networks International announced the 2011 nominees. The main categories were dominated by Lady Gaga with six nominations, Katy Perry and Bruno Mars with five and Britney Spears, Thirty Seconds to Mars and Adele with three apiece. Lady Gaga was the biggest winner of the night, taking home 4 awards.[1][2][3][4] Other winners include Thirty Seconds to Mars, Bruno Mars and Justin Bieber with two apiece.

During the show Selena Gomez said that MTV received 154 million votes from people around the globe.[5] Queen received the Global Icon Award from Katy Perry, and the band closed the awards ceremony, with Adam Lambert on vocals, performing "The Show Must Go On", "We Will Rock You" and "We Are the Champions".[6]


Winners are in bold text.

Best Song[edit]

Best Video[edit]

Best Female[edit]

Best Male[edit]

Best New Act[edit]

Best Pop[edit]

Best Rock[edit]

Best Alternative[edit]

Best Hip-Hop[edit]

Best Live Act[edit]

Best World Stage Performance[edit]

Best Push Act[edit]

Biggest Fans[edit]

Best Worldwide Act[edit]

Special Award[edit]

Voices Award[edit]

Global Icon[edit]

Regional nominations[edit]

Best UK & Ireland Act[edit]

Best Danish Act[edit]

Best Finnish Act[edit]

Best Norwegian Act[edit]

Best Swedish Act[edit]

Best German Act[edit]

Best Italian Act[edit]

Best Dutch Act[edit]

Best Belgian Act[edit]

Best French Act[edit]

Best Polish Act[edit]

Best Spanish Act[edit]

Best Russian Act[edit]

Best Romanian Act[edit]

Best Portuguese Act[edit]

Best Adria Act[edit]

Best Hungarian Act[edit]

Best Turkish Act[edit]

Best Ukrainian Act[edit]

Best Greek Act[edit]

  • Κokkina Halia
  • Mark F. Angelo featuring Shaya
  • Melisses
  • Onirama
  • Panos Mouzourakis featuring Kostis Maraveyas

Best Israeli Act[edit]

Best Swiss Act[edit]

  • Adrian Stern
  • Baschi
  • Gimma
  • Myron
  • TinkaBelle

Best Czech and Slovak Act[edit]

  • Ben Cristovao
  • Charlie Straight
  • Debbi
  • PSH
  • Rytmus

Worldwide Act nominations[edit]

Best European Act[edit]

Best Africa, Middle East and India Act[edit]

Best Asia and Pacific Act[edit]

Best Latin American Act[edit]

Best North American Act[edit]


Pre show[edit]

Main show[edit]

Digital show[edit]


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Lady Gaga wins four prizes at MTV Europe awards". Guardian. 7 November 2011. Retrieved 7 November 2011.
  2. ^ "Lady Gaga dominates MTV Europe Music Awards in Belfast". BBC News. 7 November 2011. Retrieved 7 November 2011.
  3. ^ "MTV Europe Music Awards 2011: as it happened". Daily Telegraph. 7 November 2011. Retrieved 7 November 2011.
  4. ^ "Lady Gaga goes to the moon and back as she scoops best female at the MTV Europe Music Awards". Daily Mail. 7 November 2011. Retrieved 7 November 2011.
  5. ^ http://www.mtv.pl/shows/mtv-europe-music-awards-2011/episodes/mtv-europe-music-awards-2011-czesc-2/video/2011-ema-main-show-part-16-selena-gomez-link-3-say-cheese-snow-drop-704601/
  6. ^ Katy and Adam Honour Queen MTV. Retrieved 19 April 2011

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