1998 MTV Europe Music Awards

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The 1998 MTV Europe Music Awards took place in Assago, near Milan, Italy. The ceremony was hosted by former Playboy model, actress and comedian, Jenny McCarthy.

1998 MTV Europe Music Awards
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Date12 November 1998
LocationFila Forum, Assago, Province of Milan,[1] Italy
Hosted byJenny McCarthy
Television/radio coverage
NetworkMTV Networks International (Europe)

On this year 6 new categories were introduced including the MTV Selects; UK and Ireland, Northern, Central and Southern. The big winner of the night were the Spice Girls and Madonna with two awards. Mel C, alias Sporty Spice, and Emma Bunton, known as Baby Spice, collected the trophy on behalf of the group. On receiving the award, Mel C shouted: "We've done it again". "And a big hello from the other two", she added, referring to Mel B and Victoria Adams, both of whom were pregnant and did not attend the ceremony.

NominationsEdit

Winners are in bold text.

Best SongEdit

Best VideoEdit

Best AlbumEdit

Best FemaleEdit

Best MaleEdit

Best GroupEdit

Best New ActEdit

Best PopEdit

Best DanceEdit

Best RockEdit

Best RapEdit

Free Your MindEdit

  • B92 (radio station operating in Serbia), "for the journalism and fighting for human rights".

The special award was symbolically given to B92 to promote the Otpor! movement in Serbia. B92 leader Veran Matić sported a shirt with the logo of the movement. The full overthrow of Yugoslavia was not successful until the 1999 NATO bombing of Serbia and the Bulldozer Revolution.

Regional nominationsEdit

Winners are in bold text.

MTV Select — UK and IrelandEdit

MTV Select — NorthernEdit

MTV Select — CentralEdit

MTV Select — SouthernEdit

PerformancesEdit

AppearancesEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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