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2006 MuchMusic Video Awards (2006)

Coverage of the 17th Annual Much Music Video Awards.

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John Keffer
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Credited cast:
Buck 65 ... Himself
Nicole Arbour Nicole Arbour ... Herself
Shawn Ashmore ... Himself - Presenter
Matte Babel Matte Babel ... Himself - Co-host
Erik Bartik Erik Bartik ... Himself
Billy Talent ... Themselves (archive footage)
The Black Eyed Peas ... Themselves (archive footage)
Trevor Boris ... Himself - Presenter
Michael Bublé ... Himself
Amanda Bynes ... Herself - Presenter
Mariah Carey ... Herself (archive footage)
Kelly Clarkson ... Herself
Classified Classified ... Himself
Tyler Connolly ... Himself
Elisha Cuthbert ... Herself - Presenter
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Coverage of the 17th Annual Much Music Video Awards.

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Genres:

Comedy | Music

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 June 2006 (Canada) See more »

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MuchMusic See more »
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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Over hyped - lack of talent
21 August 2006 | by well_wisher_moscowSee all my reviews

Do any Canadians watch MuchMusic anymore. The recent radical decline of actual videos on this so called Video Channel has made MuchMusic a cheap, unwatchable version of MTV. The MMVAs are just proof of the lowered quality that is now standard on this CHUM supported station.

Wanna watch something new, inspirational and perhaps experimental? Watch Z-TV on CBC late night. But if you're into to over hyped, over produced, "shoved down your throat", entertainment that you would see on Entertainment Tonight, keep watching.

Now with less Canadian music and less actual videos there is also less of a feeling of authenticity from the VJs. What I mean to say is that when the VJs appear on screen, their reactions and comments seem very fake and over acted.


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