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2003 MTV Video Music Awards (2003)

Twenty-first annual MTV Video Music Award show. Hosted by Chris Rock.
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Twenty-first annual MTV Video Music Award show. Hosted by Chris Rock.

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This was the 20th annual MTV video awards ceremony. The first was held in 1984. See more »

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Follows 2002 MTV Video Music Awards (2002) See more »

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Like a Virgin / Hollywood / Work It
"Like a Virgin" written by Tom Kelly and Billy Steinberg
"Hollywood" written by Madonna and Mirwais Ahmadzaï
"Work It" written by Missy Elliott and Tim Mosley
Performed by Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Madonna and Missy Elliott
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Better than ever
29 August 2003 | by See all my reviews

Ok we have seen the ones without chris rock and known how much they sucked... i mean come on! But now he has returned and so has the quality of the show. From the beginning act, which was form a mans point of you is WOW!!!, to his opening dialouge, which is funny as hell, to the end was great. I think everyone , as well as me, was shocked at the lifetime achievement award given to duran duran. This was great, not many slip ups but of course there was one idiot who came on stage talking about how famous he was...All until he got kicked off HA loser. The winners shocked me a little when missy (THANKS GOD SHE WON) took home the video of the year. That surpised me cause as a music fan of all genres i think she has great talent.

As for preformances besides the britney, madonna, christina, missy beggining were great....From Good Charlotte, to the simplistic style of Coldplay were well done and not one mistake on there parts. This year was really well done.

The sketches were great also. From Eminem's killing of Special Ed to the Crank Yankers was funny as hell.

This years awards show was great and i hope to see them keep chris rock cause without him it wasnt funny


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