2009 MTV Europe Music Awards
|2009 MTV Europe Music Awards|
|Date||November 5, 2009|
|Location||O2 World, Berlin, Germany|
|Most awards||Beyoncé (3)|
|Most nominations||Lady Gaga and Kings of Leon (5)|
|Network||MTV Networks International (Europe)|
The MTV Europe Music Awards 2009 took place in Berlin, Germany at the O2 World 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. Pete Wentz was the host for the 2009 MTV Europe Music Awards webcast.
Though the MTV EMAs have traditionally been advertised as Europe's premiere music event, few European artists received nominations in key categories.
Winners are in bold text.
- Beyoncé — "Halo"
- The Black Eyed Peas — "I Gotta Feeling"
- David Guetta (featuring Kelly Rowland) — "When Love Takes Over"
- Kings of Leon — "Use Somebody"
- Lady Gaga — "Poker Face"
- Beyoncé — "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)"
- Eminem — "We Made You"
- Katy Perry — "Waking Up in Vegas"
- Shakira — "She Wolf"
- Britney Spears — "Circus"
Best New Act
Best Live Act
Best World Stage Live Performance
Best Push Act
Best European Act
Free Your Mind
Winners are in bold text.
Best UK and Ireland New Act
Best Danish Act
Best Finnish Act
Best Norwegian Act
Best Swedish Act
Best German Act
Best Italian Act
Best Dutch and Belgian Act
Best French Act
Best Polish Act
Best Spanish Act
Best Russian Act
Best Romanian Act
Best Portuguese Act
Best Adria Act
Best Baltic Act
- Chungin & the Cats of Destiny
- DJ Ella
- Leon Somov & Jazzu
Best Arabian Act
Best Hungarian Act
Best Turkish Act
Best Ukrainian Act
Best Greek Act
Best Israeli Act
Best Swiss Act
- Green Day — "Know Your Enemy" / "Minority"
- Katy Perry, Alan Green and Mike Ingham — "I Gotta Feeling" / "When Love Takes Over" / "Use Somebody" / "Halo" / "Poker Face"
- Beyoncé — "Sweet Dreams"
- Jay-Z and Bridget Kelly — "Empire State of Mind"
- Foo Fighters — "Wheels" / "All My Life"
- Mike Ingham - "The Way It Is"
- U2 — "One" / "Magnificent"
- Shakira — "Did It Again"
- Tokio Hotel — "World Behind My Wall"
- Leona Lewis — "Happy"
- U2 and Jay-Z — "Sunday Bloody Sunday"
- Pete Wentz and Bar Refaeli — presented Best Live Act
- Joss Stone and Wladimir Klitschko — presented Best Urban
- David Hasselhoff — presented Best Rock
- Alan Green and Mike Ingham — presented Best Song
- Juliette Lewis and Gillian Deegan — presented Best Alternative
- Lil' Kim — presented Best New Act
- Jean Reno — presented Best Male
- Jonas Brothers — introduced the Michael Jackson tribute
- Joko Winterscheidt and Matthias Schweighöfer — presented Best German Act
- Backstreet Boys — presented Best European Act
- Jesse Metcalfe — presented Best Group
- David Guetta and Asia Argento — presented Best Female
- Miranda Cosgrove and Brody Jenner — presented Best Video