MTV's annual video awards show hosted by Russell Brand, featuring artists such as Pink, Rihanna, TI, Paramore, Kid Rock, and the Jonas Brothers.

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MTV's annual video awards show hosted by Russell Brand, featuring artists such as Pink, Rihanna, TI, Paramore, Kid Rock, and the Jonas Brothers.

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Russell Brand's comments about Bush and Obama were so controversial that they were removed in all repeat airings. See more »

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Follows MTV Movie Awards 2000 Pre-Show (2000) See more »

Soundtracks

Shut Up and Let Me Go (Live)
Written by Katie White (uncredited) and Jules De Martino (uncredited)
Performed by The Ting Tings f/t Travis Barker & DJ AM
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