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On March 2, 2011, it was announced that the 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards would be held in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The event took place at the city's Odyssey Arena on Sunday November 6. The awards were hosted by Selena Gomez.Lady Gaga was the biggest winner with four awards out of six nominations; for Biggest Fans and Best Female, as well as Best Song and Best Video for "Born This Way".There was, also, a tribute to the late Amy Winehouse, which was introduced by Jessie J. After a short speech from Jessie J, it was shown a video from moments of Amy with tribute messages from fans all over the world.

This is the HD broadcast recorded on a dvdr 90 mins long

Performances By:
Bruno Mars
He started performing when he was four, and now Bruno Mars has hit the big time, with his single ‘Just the Way You Are’ topping charts in nine countries.
One of the most influential acts of the past decade, the British alt-rock band is unveiling the eagerly anticipated Mylo Xyloto, their first album since 2008.
David Guetta
French-born DJ David Guetta’s name is synonymous with the world’s greatest house and dance music, and with the parties that bring that music to life.
Jason Derulo
Jason Derulo’s 2010 self-titled debut sold 850,000 copies worldwide and spawned three Top Ten hits. His second album, ‘Future History’, features tracks ranging from ultra-sexy urban dance to poppy love songs.
Jessie J
After penning tracks for pop stars, the British R&B singer broke out as an artist this year with ‘Do It Like a Dude’ and ‘Price Tag’.
Justin Bieber
The 17-year-old pop star has already collaborated with seasoned stars, starred in his own concert film, and amassed a devoted following of true 'Beliebers.'
Lady Gaga
Always inventive, provocative, and outspoken, Lady Gaga is an inspiration to millions of 'little monsters' everywhere. And she has the EMAs, VMAs, and record sales figures to prove it.
Calling their breakout single ‘Party Rock Anthem’ turned out to be an accurate prediction for this Los Angeles-based duo.
Forty years after they formed, the legendary British rockers, who have sold some 300 million albums, are being honoured with this year's Global Icon award.
Red Hot Chili Peppers
The California funk-punk-rockers have been blurring genre boundaries since 1983 and are as hip as ever.
Snow Patrol
Northern Ireland five-piece band Snow Patrol has sold over 11 million albums. Their single ‘Chasing Cars’ spent 104 weeks in the UK Top 75 and was voted ‘Song of the Decade’ in a Channel 4 poll.