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Much Music Video Awards
2015 Much Music Video Awards
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Much logo
Awarded for Best in music videos
Location Much Headquarters,
Toronto, Canada
Country Canada
Presented by Much
First awarded 1990
Official website http://mmva.muchmusic.com
Television/Radio coverage
Network Much

The Much Music Video Awards (also known as (the) MMVA or MMVAs, and originally named the Canadian Music Video Awards before 1995[1][2]) are annual awards presented by the Canadian TV channel Much to honour the year's best music videos.

Overview[edit]

In their modern form, the awards ceremony is not held in a conventional theatre, but instead as a large street party incorporating the Much Headquarters, its parking lot, and parts of Queen Street West in downtown Toronto, Ontario. There are no hosts or announcers in the traditional awards-show fashion; instead, the Much VJs are an integral part of the festivities, introducing (and interviewing) the awards' presenters and winners throughout the show. As with many modern awards shows (such as the MTV Video Music Awards), many presenters and performers may have little or no connection to the music industry or that year's nominees. Winners of a Much Music Video Award receive a statue made by New York firm, Society Awards.

Each year, MMVA viewers are encouraged to visit the website to vote for the Fan Fave category which includes Video, Artist or Group, and International Artist or Group.

The Shows[edit]

Year Date Co-host Video of the Year Reference
1990 June 25 "Sun Comes Up (It’s Tuesday Morning)" by Cowboy Junkies [3]
1991 September 28 "Superman's Song" by Crash Test Dummies [3]
1992 September 22 "She La" by 54-40 [3]
1993 September 30 "Locked in the Trunk of a Car" by The Tragically Hip [3]
1994 September 29 "Hasn't Hit Me Yet" by Blue Rodeo [3]
1995 September 28 "Insensitive (song)" by Jann Arden [3]
1996 September 19 "Ahead by a Century" by The Tragically Hip [3]
1997 September 18 "Tangerine" by Moist [3]
1998 September 29 "Broken Bones (song)" by Love Inc. [3]
1999 September 23 "Steal My Sunshine" by Len (band) [3]
2000 September 21 "Load Me Up" by Matthew Good Band [3]
2001 September 23 "In Repair (Our Lady Peace song)" by Our Lady Peace [3]
2002 June 16 "Too Bad" by Nickelback [3]
2003 June 22 "Innocent (Our Lady Peace song)" by Our Lady Peace [3]
2004 June 19 "One Thing (Finger Eleven song)" by Finger Eleven [3]
2005 June 19 "River Below" by Billy Talent [3]
2006 June 18 "Everyday (Rudebwoy)" by Kardinal Offishall featuring Ray Robinson [3]
2007 June 17 "Fallen Leaves" by Billy Talent [3]
2008 June 15 "For the Nights I Can't Remember" by Hedley [3]
2009 June 21 Jonas Brothers "Gotta Be Somebody" by Nickelback [4][3]
2010 June 20 Miley Cyrus "Perfect" by Hedley [4][3]
2011 June 19 Selena Gomez "Electric/Night Like This" by Shawn Desman [3][3]
2012 June 17 LMFAO "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen [3][5]
2013 June 16 Psy "Inner Ninja by Classified featuring David Myles [3][6]
2014 June 15 Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner "Anything" by Hedley [3][7]
2015 June 21 Ed Sheeran "Often" by The Weeknd [8]

Performers[edit]

Year Performers Reference
1990 Lee Aaron, Blue Rodeo, 54-40, Bruce Cockburn, The Northern Pikes, Jane Siberry National Velvet, Jeff Healey Band, Murray McLauchlan, The Barra MacNeils
1991 Colin James, Crash Test Dummies, Jeff Healey Band, Bootsauce, Helix, Grapes of Wrath
1992 Tom Cochrane, Holly Cole, B-Fun, 54-40, Rheostatics, Slik Toxik
1993 Rankin Family, John James, Svengali, 13 Engines, Pure, Charlie Major
1994 Bryan Adams, Blue Rodeo, Crash Test Dummies, 54-40, The Tea Party
1995 The Odds, Treble Charger, Sarah McLachlan
1996 Bryan Adams, I Mother Earth, Sloan, Hayden
1997 Our Lady Peace, Bush, Blur, Amanda Marshall
1998 Smashing Pumpkins, Philosopher Kings, Barenaked Ladies, Goo Goo Dolls
1999 Our Lady Peace, David Bowie, Britney Spears, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sky
2000 Lenny Kravitz, The Guess Who, Barenaked Ladies, Moby, Destiny's Child, Blink 182, Matthew Good Band
2001 Show cancelled due to the 9/11 attacks
2002 Shakira, Nickelback, Swollen Members, Bow Wow, Sum 41, Puddle of Mudd, Avril Lavigne
2003 Disturbed, Michelle Branch, Our Lady Peace, Sam Roberts, Sean Paul, Simple Plan
2004 Beastie Boys, Billy Talent, Evanescence, Fefe Dobson, Finger Eleven, Hilary Duff, Hoobastank, Kanye West, Three Days Grace
2005 The Killers, Ashlee Simpson, k-os, Alexisonfire, The Black Eyed Peas, Arcade Fire, Ciara, Billy Talent
2006 City and Colour, Metric, Hedley, Simple Plan, Yellowcard, Fall Out Boy, Nick Lachey, Rihanna, Nelly Furtado
2007 Avril Lavigne, Maroon 5, Fergie, Billy Talent, The Used, Hilary Duff, Belly, Ginuwine, Alexisonfire, Finger Eleven
2008 Flo Rida, Simple Plan, illScarlett, Sean Kingston, Kardinal Offishall featuring Akon, JabbaWockeeZ, Miley Cyrus, Girlicious, Rihanna, New Kids on the Block
2009 Jonas Brothers, Alexisonfire, The Black Eyed Peas, Miley Cyrus, Billy Talent, Kelly Clarkson, Classified, Rise Against, Lady Gaga, Nickelback
2010 Miley Cyrus, Down With Webster, Adam Lambert, Marianas Trench, Kesha, Hedley, Katy Perry, Drake, Justin Bieber [9]
2011 Selena Gomez, Lady Gaga, Avril Lavigne, Bruno Mars, City and Colour, The Black Keys, Down with Webster, Simple Plan, DEV, Far East Movement, Fefe Dobson [10]
2012 LMFAO, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Kelly Clarkson, Flo Rida, Hedley, Ed Sheeran, Carly Rae Jepsen, Nelly Furtado, Marianas Trench [11]
2013 PSY, Demi Lovato, Armin Van Buuren, Avril Lavigne, Down With Webster, Ed Sheeran, Marianas Trench, Phillip Phillips, Serena Ryder, Classified, Cazzette [12]
2014 Imagine Dragons, Lorde, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran, Sam Roberts Band, Virginia to Vegas, Alyssa Reid, Kiesza, MAGIC!, Hedley [13][14]
2015 Ed Sheeran, Nick Jonas, Shawn Mendes, Jason Derulo, The Weeknd, Fall Out Boy, Carly Rae Jepsen, Tori Kelly, Scott Helman, Mia Martina, Walk Off the Earth [15][16]

Presenters[edit]

Year Presenters Reference
2002 Pamela Anderson, Amber Benson, Nicholas Brendon, Jarome Iginla, Kid Rock, Tyler Labine, Amanda Marshall, Mandy Moore, Antonio Sabato Jr., David Usher, Jerome Williams, Nelly Furtado, Korn, Default, Kristin Kreuk, Glenn Lewis, Our Lady Peace, Will Sasso, Sloan, Vince Carter, Anson Carter, Cassie Campbell, Robin Black Bird
2003 Anson Carter, BrassMunk, Danny Masterson, Gregory Smith, Jamaal Magloire, Mýa, Rachael Leigh Cook, Rascalz, Shane West, Shawn Desman, Kim Poirier, Sum 41, Swollen Members, Treble Charger, Trish Stratus
2004 Avril Lavigne, Christina Milian, Justin Hawkins, Default, Joel Madden, Hawksley Workman, In Essence, Keshia Chante, Kyprios, Nickelback, Our Lady Peace, Pilate, Sam Roberts, Simple Plan, The Trews
2005 Vivica A. Fox, Carmen Electra, Tie Domi, Rob Mariano, Amber Mariano, Backstreet Boys, Kalan Porter, YaYa DaCosta, Keshia Chante
2006 Paris Hilton, Tori Spelling, Sam Roberts, Amanda Bynes, Elisha Cuthbert, Shawn Ashmore, Jesse Metcalfe, Tricia Helfer, Jay Manuel, Evanescence, Mobile, Kardinal Offishall, Theory of a Deadman, Massari, The Trews, T.I.
2007 Amber Tamblyn, Avril Lavigne, Chris Bosh, Emilie de Ravin, George, Hedley, Hilary Duff, Jay Manuel, Joss Stone, Kardinal Offishall, Marianas Trench, Maroon 5, Ray Emery, Sean Avery, Sam Roberts, Sum 41, Tara Reid
2008 Bedouin Soundclash, Belly, Brody Jenner, Chace Crawford, City and Colour, Finger Eleven, Jason Spezza, Jesse McCartney, Kal Penn, Kristin Cavallari, Melanie C, Mike Myers, Perez Hilton, Rainn Wilson, Sam Roberts, Sum 41, Theory of a Deadman, The Trews, Whitney Port
2009 Alexander Ovechkin, Alexisonfire, Audrina Patridge, Billy Talent, The Black Eyed Peas, Brittany Flickinger, Brody Jenner, Chris Bosh, Classified, Danny Fernandes, Divine Brown, Drake, Elise Estrada, Girlicious, Jayde Nicole, Jermaine Dupri, Karl Wolf, Kelly Clarkson, Kim Kardashian, Lights (singer), Marianas Trench, The Midway State, Natalli Reznik, Nicholas "Nico" Archambault, Nickelback, Perez Hilton, Rachelle Lefevre, Reggie Bush, Rise Against, Robin Antin, Rumer Willis, Shiloh, Stereos, Taylor Lautner, Theory of a Deadman, Tila Tequila
2010 Adam Lambert, Ashley Greene, Bedouin Soundclash, Blake McGrath, Charlotte Arnold, Cobra Starship, Daren Kagasoff, Emily Osment, Faber Drive, Girlicious, JLS, Jonathan Toews, Karl Wolf, Kellan Lutz, Kristin Cavallari, Leah Miller, Lights, Marianas Trench, Megan Park, Miranda Cosgrove, Nikki Yanofsky, Nina Dobrev, DJ Pauly D, Perez Hilton, Whitney Port, Shailene Woodley, Shenae Grimes, Snooki, Three Days Grace, Xavier Samuel.
2011 Justin Bieber, Alyssa Reid, Blake McGrath, Cassie Scerbo, Classified, Cody Simpson, Colin Farrell, Danny Fernandes, David Guetta, Foster the People, Johnny Galecki, Karl Wolf, Kat Graham, Ian Somerhalder, Marianas Trench, The Midway State, Munro Chambers, Neverest, Nikki Reed, Nina Dobrev, Shawn Desman, Shay Mitchell, Snoop Dogg, These Kids Wear Crowns, Trevor Donovan
2012 Conor Maynard, Perez Hilton, Lucy Hale, Darren Criss, Chord Overstreet, Far East Movement, Cody Simpson, Jesse Metcalfe, Down With Webster, Victoria Duffield, Kreesha Turner, Munro Chambers, Shawn Desman, Dragonette, Danny Fernandes, Lights, Anjulie, Shenae Grimes, Rico Rodriguez, Kelly Osbourne, These Kids Wear Crowns, Selena Gomez
2013 Anjulie, Taylor Swift, Austin Mahone, Cody Simpson, Tyler Hoechlin, Luke Bilyk, Billy Talent, Danny Fernandes, The Janoskians, Josh Bowman, Mia Martina, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell, Stephen Amell, Kunal Nayyar, Shawn Desman, Brittany Snow, Naya Rivera, Patrick J. Adams [17]
2014 Chloë Grace Moretz, Jena Malone, Kellan Lutz, Tyler Posey (did not attend), SonReal, Mia Martina, Victoria Duffield, The Weeknd, Colton Haynes, Marianas Trench, Nazem Kadri, P.K. Subban, Down With Webster [18]
2015 Sarah Hyland, Tyler Posey, Ashley Benson, Brody Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Bella Thorne, Debby Ryan, Cody Simpson, Echosmith, Nate Ruess, Francesco Yates, Adam Lambert, Shawn Hook, Lights, Arkells, Marianas Trench, Tyler Shaw, Dan Talevski [19]

Red Carpet Arrivals[edit]

The Much Music Video Awards have been know to attract a lot of unique Red Carpet Arrivals.

Year Guest Vehicle Notes
2005 Billy Talent 1942 Sherman Tank
Alexisonfire 1989 Golf convertible
Eric Prydz Girls of his video Call On Me danced down the Red Carpet
Jakalope Smart Car
2007 Marianas Trench Proposed Bicycle, by foot Bicycle broke down. Arrived on foot with Party-Sized sub.
2009 Marianas Trench Truck Arrived with a Parade
2010 Katy Perry Ice Cream Truck Gave out ice cream
Marianas Trench Hot tub Arrived in full suit and fought off "Ninjas"
2011 Marianas Trench Hamster Balls
Simple Plan Pink Limousine Arrived in huge Pink Limousine wearing workout clothes
2012 Carly Rae Jepsen Convertible Arrived in a grey convertible being washed by two hunky men
2013 The Janoskians Party school bus Arrived in a black school bus with jaws on the front

Awards[edit]

Current[20][edit]

Former[edit]

Records[edit]

Artist with the most awards: Our Lady Peace (10), and Billy Talent (10)

Our Lady Peace:

  1. 1997 Your Fave: Group, "Superman's Dead"
  2. 1997 Your Fave: Video, "Superman's Dead"
  3. 1998 Your Fave: Group, "4 A.M."
  4. 2000 Your Fave: Group, "One Man Army"
  5. 2000 Your Fave: Video, "One Man Army"
  6. 2001 Video of the Year, "In Repair"
  7. 2001 Director of the Year, "In Repair"
  8. 2001 Post-Productionof the Year, "In Repair"
  9. 2003 Video of the Year, "Innocent"
  10. 2003 Cinematography of the Year, "Innocent"

Billy Talent:

  1. 2004 Best Rock Video, "Try Honesty"
  2. 2005 Best Rock Video, "River Below"
  3. 2005 Best Video, "River Below"
  4. 2007 Best Rock Video, "Fallen Leaves"
  5. 2007 Best Video, "Fallen Leaves"
  6. 2007 Your Fave: Group, "Devil in a Midnight Mass"
  7. 2009 Best International Video by a Canadian, "Rusted from the Rain"
  8. 2010 Best Director, Michael Maxxis for "Saint Veronika"
  9. 2010 Best Rock Video, "Devil on My Shoulder"
  10. 2013 Post-Production Video of the Year, "Surprise, Surprise"

Artist with the most awards won for the same category: Simple Plan for Your Fave: Group/Your Fave: Video (6)

  1. 2003 Your Fave: Group, "Addicted"
  2. 2004 Your Fave: Group, "Perfect"
  3. 2005 Your Fave: Group, "Welcome to My Life"
  4. 2006 Your Fave: Group, "Crazy"
  5. 2008 Your Fave: Group, "When I'm Gone"
  6. 2009 Your Fave: Video, "Save You"
  • The "Your Fave: Group" award has been changed to "Your Fave: Video".

Artists with the most nominations in one night: Matthew Good Band in 2000 (11)[21]

  1. Video of the Year, "Load Me Up" (Winner)
  2. Video of the Year, "Strange Days"
  3. Rock Video of the Year, "Hello Time Bomb"
  4. Rock Video of the Year, "Load Me Up" (Winner)
  5. Director of the Year, "Load Me Up"
  6. Director of the Year, "Strange Days"
  7. Post-Production of the Year, "Load Me Up"
  8. Cinematography of the Year, "Load Me Up"
  9. Cinematography of the Year, "Strange Days"
  10. Your Fave: Group, "Hello Time Bomb"
  11. Your Fave: Video, "Hello Time Bomb"

Artists with the most awards in one night:

Artists with the most MuchMusic Awards since 2003:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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