2017 MTV Europe Music Awards
The 2017 MTV EMAs (also known as the MTV Europe Music Awards) were held at The SSE Arena in Wembley, London, United Kingdom, on 12 November 2017. The host of the ceremony was Rita Ora, with voiceovers provided by Capital FM DJ Roman Kemp. This was the sixth time that the UK has hosted the awards show, and the second time London has been the host city. London first hosted the awards ceremony in 1996 at Alexandra Palace. The ceremony was directed for television by British award-winning multi camera director Hamish Hamilton.
|2017 MTV Europe Music Awards|
|Date||12 November 2017|
|Location||Wembley Arena, London, United Kingdom|
|Hosted by||Rita Ora|
|Most awards||Shawn Mendes (4)|
|Most nominations||Taylor Swift (6)|
|Directed by||Hamish Hamilton|
|Stefflon Don||"Hurtin' Me"|
- Natalie Dormer and Paul Pogba — presented Best Song
- Prophets of Rage — presented Best Hip-Hop
- Skylar Grey and Hailey Baldwin — presented Best Video
- James Bay and Nathalie Emmanuel — presented Best Alternative
- Sabrina Carpenter and Daya — presented Best Pop
- Madison Beer and Dele Alli — presented Best Artist
- Jared Leto — presented Global Icon
- Asim Chaudhry and Sadiq Khan - appeared in the opening titles.
Winners and nominationsEdit
Winners are highlighted in Bold
- Clean Bandit (featuring Sean Paul and Anne-Marie) — "Rockabye"
- DJ Khaled (featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller) — "Wild Thoughts"
- Ed Sheeran – "Shape of You"
- Luis Fonsi (featuring Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber) — "Despacito (Remix)"
- Foo Fighters — "Run"
- Katy Perry (featuring Migos) — "Bon Appétit"
- Kyle (featuring Lil Yachty) — "iSpy"
- Taylor Swift — "Look What You Made Me Do"
Best Hip HopEdit
Best World StageEdit
- Jon Bellion
- Julia Michaels
- Kacy Hill
- Noah Cyrus
- Petite Meller
- Rag'n'Bone Man
- The Head and the Heart
Power of Music AwardEdit
Winners are highlighted in bold
- Best UK & Ireland Act
- Best Danish Act
- Best Finnish Act
- Best Norwegian Act
- Best Swedish Act
- Best German Act
- Best Dutch Act
- Best Belgian Act
- Best Swiss Act
- Best French Act
- Best Italian Act
- Best Spanish Act
- C. Tangana
- Kase O
- Lori Meyers
- Viva Suecia
- Best Portuguese Act
- Mickael Carreira
- Miguel Araújo
- Best Polish Act
- Best Russian Act
- Best Adria Act
- Best Hungarian Act
- Best Israeli Act
- Ania Bukstein
- Nechi Nech
- Static & Ben El
- Stephane Le Gar
- Best African Act
- Best Indian Act
- Best Japanese Act
- Best South Korean Act
- Best Southeast Asian Act
- Best Greater China Act
- Best Australian Act
- Best New Zealand Act
- Best Brazilian Act
- Best Latin America Northern Act
- Best Latin America Central Act
- Best Latin America Southern Act
- Best Canadian Act
- Best US Act
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