MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica 2005

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MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica 2005
MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica 2005 (logo).jpg
Date
  • October 20, 2005
  • October 19, 2005
  • December 22, 2005
    (special show)
Location Teatro Gran Tlachco
in Xcaret, Playa del Carmen
Country  Mexico
Host Mexico Molotov
Acts

The annual MTV Videos Music Awards Latinoamérica were to be held Wednesday, October 19 at the Xcaret Park's Great Tlachco Theater in Playa del Carmen (close to Cancún), Quintana Roo, Mexico, for the first time in a different location since their creation. However, due to the approach of Hurricane Wilma towards the Mexican Riviera Maya, the show was moved from October 20 to the 19th, but it was eventually postponed. The date was then moved again, this time to December 22.

A couple of months later, MTV decided that it was not feasible to have the show on the aforementioned scheduled date. Instead, the awards were given out on a half-hour special called "Por Fin Los Premios MTV 2005" where the winners received their awards after having practical jokes played on them (a la Punk'd). Would-be hosts Molotov hosted this special and played live on a public concert in Playa del Carmen. A second special, called "Lenguas en Vivo: Ganadores en Concierto" (Tongues Live: Winners in Concert) aired that same day with some of the winners performing. Miranda! played from their studio in Argentina, two songs from Juanes's concert in Buenos Aires were also filmed by MTV for this special, and Panda and Reik also performed from MTV's studios in Mexico City. A third and final 1/2 hour special called "El Show que Wilma se Voló" was also broadcast that day showing how the show was supposed to happen and the reaction of the artists and MTV's workers after they found out about its cancellation.

Nominations[edit]

Winners in bold.

Artist of the Year[edit]

Video of the Year[edit]

Best Male Artist[edit]

Best Female 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 Hip-Hop/R&B Artist — International[edit]

Best New Artist — International[edit]

Best Artist — North[edit]

Best New Artist — North[edit]

Best Artist — Central[edit]

Best New Artist — Central[edit]

Best Artist — South[edit]

Best New Artist — South[edit]

  • Argentina Bahiano
  • Argentina Cuentos Borgeanos
  • Argentina Flavio y La Mandiga
  • Argentina Lourdes
  • Uruguay Luciano Supervielle

Awards by countries[edit]

Country Awards Winners Categories
 Colombia
8
Shakira
Artist of the Year
Video of the Year (for "La Tortura")
Best Female Artist
Best Pop Artist
Best Artist — Central
Juanes
Best Male Artist
Best Rock Artist
Andrea Echeverri
Best New Artist — Central
 Mexico
4
Reik
Best Group or Duet
Best Artist — North
Best New Artist — North
Panda
Best Independent Artist
 United States
4
The Black Eyed Peas
Best Hip-Hop/R&B Artist — International
Green Day
Best Rock Artist — International
Gwen Stefani
Best Pop Artist — International
My Chemical Romance
Best New Artist — International
 Argentina
3
Miranda!
Best Alternative Artist
Best Artist — South
Bahiano
Best New Artist — South

Performances[edit]

Por Fin Los Premios MTV 2005[edit]

Lenguas en Vivo: Ganadores en Concierto[edit]

Memorable Moments[edit]

  • The show being postponed twice and finally cancelled (due to the approach of Hurricane Wilma).