Sixteenth annual MTV Video Music Award show. Hosted by Chris Rock.
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Originally, the producers of the show tried to coax the former boy band New Kids On The Block to perform at the ceremony and present an award. See more »

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Followed by 2005 MTV Video Music Awards (2005) See more »

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Pop Brings The Millennium To A Close
9 November 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Whether you love it, or you hate it, the music of 1999 revolutionized the scene and brought the entertainment industry to it's knees. Not since the 1980's has such a powerful explosion of variety and radio hits flooded the mainstream.

Hosted by Chris Rock, the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards served as the "Super Bowl" for MTV highlighting the year's best achievements. With a near-unending list of new artists, the greatest of the year gathered at the Metropoliton Opera House in New York City. Despite some rain, September 9th (9/9/99) was a day I will always remember. With; Kid Rock, Korn, Backstreet Boys, Nsync, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, TLC, Limp Bizkit, and a slew of others the show served as a personal reflection on "my" personal year of music. Though as expected many of the artists have since faded away, there is no denying the impact that they had on; MTV, the record industry, and myself. Not since has MTV had such a powerful year of new music and artists with such an intensity as my favorite era, 1999.


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