The 2021 MTV EMAs will return live from the Papp László Budapest Sportaréna in Hungary, on November 14th with a global celebration of music for all audiences around the world. This unforgettable night will host performances and appearances by the world’s biggest stars.

“With a global footprint spanning 180 countries and countless cultures, the 2021 MTV EMAs will be an incredible moment for every member of our audience to come together to celebrate music and the power it has to transcend borders,” said Raffaele Annecchino, President and CEO of ViacomCBS Networks International. “After such a long period, I couldn’t be happier for the EMAs to land in Budapest for what’s sure to be an extraordinary night that will resonate globally.”

“Growing up gay in a working-class community, being able to see out role models on TV like Pedro Zamora from The Real World provided a literal lifeline for me and inspired a sense of hope and possibility to be the full person I was meant to be,” said Chris McCarthy, President and CEO, MTV Entertainment Group Worldwide. "That is why I am so proud to work at ViacomCBS, which has always championed equality for all, and why I’m so honored to stand in solidarity with my LGBTQ+ siblings as we celebrate the 2021 MTV EMAs from Hungary.

“The MTV EMAs are our biggest night in global music, uniting fans from every corner of the world,” said Bruce Gillmer, President of Music, Music Talent, Programming & Events, ViacomCBS. “The 2021 EMAs will be an epic event as we return, live from Hungary, to light up the stage with incredible performances in celebration of all music fans and the artists they love.”

Show host, nominees, performers and presenters to be announced at a later date.

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