The MTV Woodie Awards are back! Originally titled the "MTVu Woodie Awards" when it began the 2016 show will be back at SXSW on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 to break some of the most eclectic, on the verge new artists in music. While you anxiously wait for the 2016 show to air, let's relive the 2015 epicness that was the Woodie Awards. Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff acted as host for the evening, so there was no shortage of entertainment. The Woodies proudly welcomed a group of some pretty sweet performers to the 2015 stage. In addition to the show getting a big dose of Big Sean, London electro-pop trio and 2015 Woodie Award nominee Years & Years made their U.S. TV debut with a chilling performance of "King." Chart-topping rock gods Fall Out Boy hit the stage and slayed with a medley of their own hits and soulful singer/songwriter James Bay gave everyone goosebumps with a soulful renditon of "Hold Back The River."\ \ The fun didn't stop there. Fall Out Boy was honored for their years of music superstardom and intense loyalty to their fans with the first-ever induction to the "Hall Of Wood." While Woodies veteran and host Jack Antonoff got the crowed pumped, Zoe Kravitz, Tove Lo, The Fat Jew, Marina & The Diamonds, Ellar Coltrane, A\$AP Rocky,MisterWives and Rae Sremmurd doled out the coveted blocks of wood throughout the night. With so many up-and-coming artists acknowledged, killer performances and unforgettable persenters, the 2015 Woodie Awards were truly one for the books.
Type: Award Show
Runtime: 60 minutes
MTV Woodie Awards - MTVU - Netflix
MTVU (formerly stylized as MtvU and mtvU) is an American digital cable television network owned by the Viacom Global Entertainment Group, a unit of the Viacom Media Networks division of Viacom. In addition to distribution on conventional cable systems, the channel is available to more than 750 college and university campuses across the United States, as part of internally originated cable systems that are a part of on-campus housing or college closed-circuit television systems. Music videos played on the channel primarily consist of indie rock, pop punk and hip-hop along with limited original programming. MTVU also owns RateMyProfessors.com.
MTV Woodie Awards - List of MTVU VJs - Netflix
George Oliphant Taiwan Brown (former) Sara Baiyu Chen (former) Dana-Sky Faison Carly Henderson (current) Gardner Loulan Josh McCutcheon Sarah Messer Chinyere “Chi” Nnadi Mayleen Ramey Maria Sansone Kim Stolz Michelle Yu (former) (now a HRTV/Santa Anita Park Analyst/Reporter) Tyler, The Creator Sophia Parola
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