21st TVyNovelas Awards

The 21st TVyNovelas Awards, is an Academy of special awards to the best of soap operas and TV shows. The awards ceremony took place on May 31, 2003 in the Mexico D.F. The ceremony was televised in the Mexico by Canal de las estrellas in the United States by Univision.

21st TVyNovelas Awards
DateMay 31, 2003
LocationMexico D.F.
Hosted byMarco Antonio Regil & Rebecca de Alba
Most awardsLa Otra (5)
Most nominationsNiña amada mía (11)
Websitehttp://www.esmas.com/espectaculos/farandula/295201.html Edit this on Wikidata
Television/radio coverage
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas

Marco Antonio Regil and Rebecca de Alba hosted the show. La Otra won 5 awards including Best Telenovela of the Year, the most for the evening. Other winners Clase 406, Las Vías del Amor, Niña amada mía and ¡Vivan los niños! won 2 awards and De pocas, pocas pulgas won one award.

Summary of awards and nominationsEdit

Telenovela Nominations Awards
Clase 406
5
2
De pocas, pocas pulgas
3
1
La Otra
9
5
Las Vías del Amor
8
2
Niña amada mía
11
2
¡Vivan los niños!
3
2

Winners and nomineesEdit

NovelasEdit

 
Juanes, Winner for Best Singer of the Year
 
David Bisbal, Awarded with Special Award for Best International Launch
 
Pepe Aguilar, Awarded with Special Award for Musical Regional Launch of 2003
 
Marga López, Awarded with Special Award for Lifetime Achievement Career as an Actress
Best Telenovela of the Year Best Direction
Best Actress Best Actor
Best Antagonist Actress Best Antagonist Actor
Best Leading Actress Best Leading Actor
Best Supporting Actress Best Supporting Actor
Best Female Revelation Best Male Revelation
Best Musical Theme

OthersEdit

Best Comedy Program Best Variety Program
  • La Parodia
Best Comedian Actress Revelation Best Comedy Couple
Comedian Actress Revelation Comedian Actor Revelation
“Regina” Award Best Singer of the Year

Special AwardsEdit

  • Special Medal by Altruism: Xavier López "Chabelo"
  • Best International Launch: David Bisbal
  • 50 years as an Actress: Carmen Salinas
  • Career as a Singer: Emmanuel
  • Musical Career: El consorcio
  • Musical Regional Launch of 2003: Pepe Aguilar
  • 20 years of Musical Career: The different generations of the group Magneto
  • Best Family Show Magazine 2002: Programa VidaTV
  • Special Award: Eduardo Salazar (on the battlefront)
  • Joaquín López Dóriga (war correspondent)
  • Jorge Berry (Information operation from Mexico)
  • Projection of Children Telenovelas: Rosy Ocampo
  • Pioneer of the Telenovelas: Irma Lozano
  • Lifetime Achievement Career as an Actress: Marga López
  • Career to the writer and pioneer of telenovelas in Mexico: Fernanda Villeli
  • Closing: Darina De corazón a corazón (Inevitable)
  • Animation Children: Daniela Aedo

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Confirmación como mejor telenovela del año 2003" (in Spanish). univision.com. Retrieved May 31, 2003.

External linksEdit