2002 MTV Video Music Award nominees

Here are the 2002 MTV Video Music Award nominees, to be awarded Aug. 29 at New York's Radio City Music Hall.

Best video of the year:
"Gone," 'N Sync (Jive)
"Without Me," Eminem (Aftermath /Shady/Interscope)
"In the End," Linkin Park (Warner Bros.)
"Alive," P.O.D. (Atlantic)
"One Mic," Nas (Columbia)
"Fell in Love with a Girl," the White Stripes (V2)

Best male video:
"Walking Away," Craig David (Wild Star Records/Atlantic)
"Without Me," Eminem (Aftermath Entertainment/Shady/Interscope)
"Hero," Enrique Iglesias (Interscope)
"This Train Don't Stop There Anymore," Elton John (Universal)
"#1," Nelly (Priority/Capitol)
"U Got It Bad," Usher (Arista)

Best female video:
"Foolish," Ashanti (Murder Inc./Def Jam)
"All You Wanted," Michelle Branch (Maverick)
"Get the Party Started," Pink (Arista)
"Whenever, Wherever," Shakira (Epic)
"I'm a Slave 4 U," Britney Spears (Jive)

Best group video:
"Girlfriend (Remix)," 'N Sync featuring Nelly (Jive)
"First Date," Blink-182 (MCA)
"Everyday," Dave Matthews Band (RCA)
"In the End," Linkin Park (Warner Bros.)
"Hey Baby," No Doubt featuring Bounty Killer (Interscope)
"Alive," P.O.D. (Atlantic)

Best rap video:
"Who We Be," DMX (Ruff Ryders/Def Jam Records)
"Without Me," Eminem (Aftermath /Shady/Interscope)
"Saturday (Oooh Oooh!)," Ludacris (Disturbing Tha Peace/Def Jam South)
"One Mic," Nas (Columbia)
"Bad Boy for Life," P. Diddy featuring Black Rob and Mark Curry (Bad Boy)

Best R&B video:
"Rock the Boat," Aaliyah (Blackground)
"Foolish," Ashanti (Murder Inc./Def Jam)
"No More Drama," Mary J. Blige (MCA)
"A Woman's Worth," Alicia Keys (J)
"U Got It Bad," Usher (Arista)

Best hip-hop video:
"One Minute Man," Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott featuring Ludacris and Trina (Gold Mind/Elektra)
"What's Luv," Fat Joe featuring Ashanti (Terror Squad/Atlantic)
"Always on Time," Ja Rule featuring Ashanti (Murder Inc./Def Jam)
"I'm Real (Remix)," Jennifer Lopez featuring Ja Rule (Epic)
"The Whole World," OutKast featuring Killer Mike (Arista)
"Pass the Courvoisier (Part II)," Busta Rhymes featuring P. Diddy and Pharell (J)

Best dance video:
"Days Go By," Dirty Vegas (Capitol)
"Can't Get You Out of My Head," Kylie Minogue (Capitol)
"Get the Party Started," Pink (Arista)
"Whenever, Wherever," Shakira (Epic)
"I'm a Slave 4 U," Britney Spears (Jive)

Best rock video:
"My Sacrifice," Creed (Wind-Up)
"The Middle," Jimmy Eat World (DreamWorks)
"Here to Stay," Korn (Immortal/Epic)
"In the End," Linkin Park (Warner Bros.)
"Youth of the Nation," P.O.D. (Atlantic)
"Chop Suey!" System Of A Down (American/Columbia)

Best pop video:
"Girlfriend (Remix)," 'N Sync featuring Nelly (Jive)
"All You Wanted," Michelle Branch (Maverick)
"Hey Baby," No Doubt featuring Bounty Killer (Interscope)
"Get the Party Started," Pink (Arista)
"Whenever, Wherever," Shakira (Epic)

Best new artist in a video:
"Foolish," Ashanti (Murder Inc./Def Jam)
"Uh Huh," B2K (Epic)
"Complicated," Avril Lavigne (Arista)
"No Such Thing," John Mayer (Aware/Columbia)
"Blurry," Puddle of Mudd (Flawless/Geffen)

Best video from a film:
"Hero," Chad Kroeger featuring Josey Scott; from "Spider-Man"(Columbia/Island Def Jam/Roadrunner)
"Area Codes" Ludacris featuring Nate Dogg; from "Rush Hour 2" (Def Jam Records)
"#1," Nelly; from "Training Day" (Priority/Capitol)
"Black Suits Comin' (Nod Ya Head)," Will Smith; from "Men in Black 2" (Columbia)

Viewers' choice:
"Uh Huh," B2K (Epic)
"Everywhere," Michelle Branch (Maverick)
"What About Us?" Brandy (Atlantic)
"Without Me," Eminem (Aftermath /Shady/Interscope)
"Hero," Enrique Iglesias (Interscope)
"Alive," P.O.D. (Atlantic)

MTV2 award:
"Screaming Infidelities," Dashboard Confessional (Epic)
"Hate To Say I Told You So," the Hives (Sire/Epitaph/Burning Heart)
"Don't Know Why," Norah Jones (Blue Note)
"Halfcrazy," Musiq (Def Soul)
"Awnaw," Nappy Roots featuring Jazze Pha (Atlantic)
"Last Nite," the Strokes (RCA)

Best direction in a video:
"One Minute Man," Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott featuring Ludacris and Trina (Gold Mind/Elektra). Director: Dave Meyers.
"Without Me," Eminem (Aftermath /Shady/Interscope). Director: Joseph Kahn.
"This Train Don't Stop There Anymore," Elton John (Universal). Director: David LaChapelle.
"Alive," P.O.D. (Atlantic). Director: Francis Lawrence.
"By the Way," Red Hot Chili Peppers (Warner Bros.). Director: Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris.

Best choreography in a video:
"Family Affair," Mary J. Blige (MCA). Choreographer: Fatima Robinson.
"Can't Get You Out of My Head," Kylie Minogue (Capitol). Choreographer: Michael Rooney.
"I'm a Slave 4 U," Britney Spears (Jive). Choreographer: Wade J. Robson.
"U Don't Have To Call," Usher (Arista). Choreographer: Rosero.

Best special effects in a video:
"One Minute Man," Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott featuring Ludacris and Trina (Gold Mind/Elektra). Special Effects: Nathan McGuinness and Marc Varisco.
"Alive," P.O.D. (Atlantic). Special Effects: Pixel Envy.
"Black Suits Comin' (Nod Ya Head)," Will Smith (Columbia). Special Effects: Pixel Envy.
"Fell in Love With a Girl," the White Stripes (V2). Special Effects: Twisted Labs and Sebastian Fau.

Best art direction in a video:
"Trouble," Coldplay (Capitol). Art Director: Tim Hope
"One Minute Man," Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott featuring Ludacris and Trina (Gold Mind/Elektra). Art Director: Mike Martella.
"This Train Don't Stop There Anymore," Elton John (Universal). Art Director: Kirsten Vallow.
"Stick 'Em Up," Quarashi (Timebomb/Columbia). Art Director: Bruton Jones.

Best editing in a video:
"One Minute Man," Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott featuring Ludacris and Trina (Gold Mind/Elektra). Editor: Jay Robinson.
"Without Me," Eminem (Aftermath /Shady/Interscope). Editor: Joseph Kahn.
"Chop Suey!," System Of A Down (American/Columbia). Editor: Nicholas Erasmus.
"Fell in Love With a Girl," the White Stripes (V2). Editors: Mikros and Duran.

Best cinematography in a video:
"One Minute Man," Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott featuring Ludacris and Trina (Gold Mind/Elektra). Director of Photography: Karsten "Crash" Gopinath.
"A Woman's Worth," Alicia Keys (J). Director of Photography: John Perez.
"We Are All Made Of Stars," Mob (V2). Director of Photography: Brad Rushing.
"Whenever, Wherever," Shakira (Epic). Director of Photography: Pascal Leeque.

Breakthrough video:
"Short Skirt/Long Jacket," Cake (Columbia Records)
"Trouble," Coldplay (Capitol)
"Name of the Game," the Crystal Method (Interscope/Universal)
"Who We Be," DMX (Ruff Ryders/Def Jam Records)
"This Woman's Work," Maxwell (Columbia)
"Fell in Love With a Girl," the White Stripes (V2)

2002 MTV INTERNATIONAL VIEWERS CHOICE:

Australia:
"Karma," 1200 Techniques (Sony)
"(This Is Not A) Love Song," GT (Virgin)
"The Greatest View ," Silverchair (Virgin)
"Can't Get You Out of My Head," Kylie Minogue (Festival Mushroom)
"Kiss Kiss," Holly Vallance (Universal)

Latin America - North:
"Suerte," Shakira (Sony)
"Heroe," Enrique Iglesias (Universal)
"A Dios Le Pido," Juanes (Universal)
"Cumbia Sobre El Rio," Celso Pina with Control Machete and Blanquito Man (MCM/Warner)
"Cada Vez Que Me Voy," Jumbo (BMG)
"Si Tu Te Vas," Paulina Rubio (Universal)

Latin America - Pacific:
"Suerte," Shakira (Sony)
"Heroe," Enrique Iglesias (Universal)
"A Dios Le Pido," Juanes (Universal)
"Maldita Primavera,"Javiera y Los Imposibles (Sony)
"Viaje Infinito," Nicole (Maverick/Warner)
"Amanecer Sin Ti," Stereo 3 (Sony)

Latin America - Atlantic:
"Suerte," Shakira (Sony)
"Escapar," Enrique Iglesias (Universal)
"A Dios Le Pido," Juanes (Universal)
"Color Esperanza," Diego Torres (BMG)
"Positiva," Erica Garcia (Universal)
"El Loco," Babasonicos (Pop Art)

Canada:
"Light It Up," Choclair (Virgin)
"Rocksteady," Remy Shand (Universal/Interscope/MCA)
"If It Feels Good, Do It," Sloan (BMG)
"How You Remind Me," Nickelback (EMI)
"Fuel Injected," Swollen Members (Nettwerk)

Brazil:
"Hoje Eu Acordei Feliz," Charlie Brown Jr. (EMI)
"A Sua Maneira," Capital Inical (Abril)
"Tarde De Outubro ," CPM 22 (Abril)
"Epitafio," Titas (Abril)
"Tanto," Skank (Sony)
"Instinto Coletivo," O Rappa (Warner)
"Baba," Kelly Key (Warner)
"Olhos Abertos," Rodox (Warner)
"Sanidade," Raimundos (Warner)
"Girassol," Cidade Negra (Sony)
"3(a) Do Plural," Engenheiros Do Hawaii (Universal)
"O Amor Faz," Sandy E Junior (Universal)
"Olhar 43 ," KLB (Sony)
"O Veneno," O Surto (EMI)
"Essa Mulher," Arnaldo Antunes (BMG)
"Garota De Berlim," Supla (Abril)
"Chapa O Coco," Xis (Warner)

China:
"I Like You Only," Na Ying (Warner Bros.)
"1/3 Dream," Zheng Jun (EMI)
"The Train That Goes to Spring," Yu Quan (Rock)
"Awake," Han Hong (Cystal)
"As Long As You Are Well," Sun Nan (New Factory)

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