2009 MTV Europe Music Awards

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2009 MTV Europe Music Awards
Date November 5, 2009
Location O2 World, Berlin, Germany
Hosted by Katy Perry
Alan Green
Mike Ingham
Most awards Beyoncé (3)
Most nominations Lady Gaga and Kings of Leon (5)
Television/radio coverage
Network MTV Networks International (Europe)

The MTV Europe Music Awards 2009 took place in Berlin, Germany at the O2 World[1] and Brandenburg Gate. The awards ceremony was presented by Katy Perry joined by British football commentators Alan Green and Mike Ingham as co-hosts. It was the fourth time that the MTV Europe Music Awards were hosted in Germany. Nominations for regional awards were announced on 1 September 2009, followed by those of the main awards on September 21, 2009.[2] Pete Wentz was the host for the 2009 MTV Europe Music Awards webcast.[3]

Though the MTV EMAs have traditionally been advertised as Europe's premiere music event, few European artists received nominations in key categories.

The 2009 MTV Europe Music Awards logo and promos were designed in-house by MTV World Design Studio in Milan and Buenos Aires with additional input by Swedish graphic design company Kungen & Hertigen.[4]


Winners are in bold text.

Best Song[edit]

Best Video[edit]

Best Female[edit]

Best Male[edit]

Best Group[edit]

Best New Act[edit]

Best Rock[edit]

Best Alternative[edit]

Best Urban[edit]

Best Live Act[edit]

Best World Stage Live Performance[edit]

Best Push Act[edit]

Best European Act[edit]

Free Your Mind[edit]

Regional nominations[edit]

Winners are in bold text.

Best UK and Ireland New 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 and Belgian Act[edit]

Best French Act[edit]

Best Polish Act[edit]

Best Spanish Act[edit]

Best Russian Act[edit]

Best Romanian Act[edit]

  • David Deejay (featuring Dony)
  • Inna
  • Puya (featuring George Hora)
  • Smiley
  • Tom Boxer (featuring Jay)

Best Portuguese Act[edit]

Best Adria Act[edit]

Best Baltic Act[edit]

Best Arabian Act[edit]

Best Hungarian Act[edit]

Best Turkish Act[edit]

Best Ukrainian Act[edit]

Best Greek Act[edit]

Best Israeli Act[edit]

Best Swiss Act[edit]

  • Lovebugs
  • Phenomden
  • Ritschi
  • Seven
  • Stress




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