2017 MTV Millennial Awards

The 5th Annual MTV Millennial Awards were held on June 3, 2017 at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City, and was broadcast on June 4, 2017 through MTV Latin America. The awards celebrate the best of Latin music and the digital world of the millennial generation. The ceremony was hosted by Lele Pons and Juanpa Zurita.[1][2] J Balvin and Sebastián Yatra led nominations with five each, while Lali was the biggest winner of the night, with two awards. Furthermore, Lady Gaga received the UNHCR's Change Agent Award.

Anexo:MTV Millennial Awards 2017
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DateJune 3, 2017
LocationPalacio de los Deportes, Mexico City
Hosted by
Websitemiaw.mtvla.com
Television/radio coverage
NetworkMTV Latin America

PerformancesEdit

Artist(s)[3][4] Song(s)
Maluma "Cuatro Babys"
"Chantaje"
Morat "Como Te Atreves"
Natalia Lafourcade
Café Tacvba
"Tu Sí Sabes Quererme" (Natalia Lafourcade)
"Futuro"
"Las flores" (Cafe Tacvba)
Lali "Soy"
"Boomerang"
Ed Sheeran "Castle on the Hill"[a]
Sebastián Yatra
Nacho
"Traicionera"
"Alguien Robo"
Iggy Azalea "Mo Bounce"
"Switch"

Notes

  • ^[a] Sheeran's performance was pre-recorded.

PresentersEdit

  • Anitta and Sebastian Villalobos — presented Mexican Instagrammer of the Year
  • Rudy Mancuso and Mario Ruiz — presented Colombian Artist of the Year
  • Alex Strecci and Lola Club — presented Best YouTube Collaboration
  • La Divaza and Juana Martinez — presented Best Pop Artist
  • Chumel Torres — presented Male Instagrammer of the Year and Female Instagrammer of the Year
  • Tessa Ia and Axel Muñiz — introduced Natalia Lafourcade
  • CD9 — introduced War for the Planet of the Apes trailer
  • Los Polinesios — presented Freshest Face
  • Acapulco Shore cast — presented Viral Bomb
  • Facundo — presented UNHCR's Change Agent Award
  • YosStop and Fernando Lozada — introduced Sebastián Yatra
  • Nath Campos — presented Video of the Year
  • Rudy Mancuso — presented International Hit of the Year
  • Mario Bautista — presented MIAW Icon of the Year

Winners and nomineesEdit

Nominees were announced on April 24, 2017.[5] Winners are listed in bold.[6]

MusicEdit

Video of the Year Hit of the Year
International Hit of the Year Collaboration of the Year
Best Party Anthem Best Pop Artist
Best DJ Argentine Artist of the Year
Colombian Artist of the Year Mexican Artist of the Year

Movies and TelevisionEdit

Movie of the Year TV Series of the Year

Digital worldEdit

MIAW Icon of the Year Best Performance in an App
  • Chummel Torres
  • Fernanfloo
  • Juanpa Zurita
  • Los Polinesios
  • Lucas Castel
  • Luisito Comunica
  • Mario Ruiz
  • Yosstop
Worldwide Instagrammer of the Year Argentine Instagrammer of the Year
  • Cande Tinelli
  • Charlotte Caniggia
  • Franco Masini
  • Flor Vigna
  • Julián Serrano
  • Lali
  • Lucas Castel
  • Mica Viciconte
Colombian Instagrammer of the Year Mexican Instagrammer of the Year
Female Instagrammer of the Year (#Instacrush) Male Instagrammer of the Year (Perfect Match)
  • Beto Pasillas
  • Brandon Peniche
  • DebRyanShow
  • Diego Luna
  • Fede Dosogas
  • Sebastian Arango
  • Sebastian Villalobos
  • Sebastián Yatra
Best Athlete on Instagram (Crack on Instagram) Freshest Face
  • Esau Marujoz
  • Gieslle Kuri
  • Jan Carlo Bautista
  • Kika Nieto
  • La Divaza
  • Pepe y Teo
Celebrity Challenge Best YouTube Collaboration (Supercollab)
  • Alejo Igoa ft. La Divaza and Juan Pablo Jaramillo
  • Berth Oh ft. Luisito Comunica
  • Caeli ft. Yosstop
  • Daiana Hernández ft. Los Polinesios
  • Escorpión Dorado ft. Karla Souza
  • Lele Pons, Juanpa Zurita and Anwar Jibawi
  • Juanpa Zurita ft. Julián Serrano y Mario Ruiz
Addiction of the Year Videogame of the Year
Parody of the Year Ridiculous of the Year
Styler of the Year Pranker of the Year
  • Whathechicc
  • PPMusas
  • Pau Tipsc
  • Marialec
  • DebRyanShow
  • Skabeche
  • Escorpión Dorado
  • Pláticas Polinesias

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cómo, cuándo, dónde, a qué hora". mtvla.com (in Spanish). April 20, 2017. Retrieved May 13, 2017.
  2. ^ "Juanpa Zurita y Lele Pons conducirán los MTV MIAW 2017". mtvla.com (in Spanish). May 4, 2017. Retrieved May 13, 2017.
  3. ^ "¡Maluma, Lali y Morat confirmados para actuar en vivo en el show!". mtvla.com (in Spanish). Retrieved May 18, 2017.
  4. ^ "¡Los artistas que van a tocar en vivo!". mtvla.com (in Spanish). May 12, 2017. Retrieved May 13, 2017.
  5. ^ "¡Todas las categorías y nominados!". mtvla.com (in Spanish). April 24, 2017. Retrieved May 13, 2017.
  6. ^ "Checa a todos los ganadores de los Premios MTV MIAW". mtvla.com (in Spanish). June 3, 2017. Retrieved June 4, 2017.[permanent dead link]