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2002 MTV Europe Music Awards

2002 MTV Europe Music Awards
Date November 14, 2002
Location Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Host P. Diddy
Television/Radio coverage
Network MTV Networks International (Europe)
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The 2002 Europe Music Awards were held at Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona.

Performances included a rendition of "Dirrty" from Christina Aguilera featuring Redman as they performed in a boxing ring with Christina sporting leather chaps. Pink, Bon Jovi and Foo Fighters each performed as did Coldplay and Eminem, both making their EMA debut.

Winners on the night included Jennifer Lopez, taking Best Female for the second year running.

Kylie Minogue, Pamela Anderson, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Jade Jagger and Pierce Brosnan presented awards.

Nominations

Winners are in bold text.

Best Song

Best Video

Best Album

Best Female

Best Male

Best Group

Best New Act

Best Pop

Best Dance

Best Rock

Best Hard Rock

Best R&B

Best Hip-Hop

Best Live Act

Web Award

Free Your Mind

Regional nominations

Winners are in bold text.

Best UK and Ireland Act

  • Atomic Kitten
  • Coldplay
  • Ms. Dynamite
  • Sugababes
  • Underworld

Best Nordic Act

  • The Crash
  • The Hives
  • Kent
  • Röyksopp
  • Saybia

Best German Act

Best Italian Act

Best Dutch Act

Best French Act

Best Polish Act

Best Spanish Act

Best Russian Act

Best Romanian Act

Performances

Pre Show

Main Show

Second Stage

  • Also, performances are held at the fountain of Montjuic.

Appearances

External links

  • Nominees
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