2001 World Music Awards

The 2001 World Music Awards (13th Annual World Music Awards) were held in the Sporting Club, Monaco on May 2, 2001. The World Music Awards recognise the best selling artists around the world based on statistics supplied by the International Federation of Phonographic Industries (IFPI). The show was later broadcast by ABC on May 28, 2001. The show was hosted by actress Carmen Electra and R&B artist Sisqo. Proceeds from ticket sales to the show go to a Monaco-based children’s charity Monaco Aide Presence whose patron, His Serene Highness (H.S.H.) Prince Albert, is also patron of the World Music Awards. Performers included Ricky Martin, Christina Aguilera, Nelly, Rod Stewart, Anastacia, Aqua, Yannick, Peter Maffay, Alsou, Cheb Mami, Samira Said, Razan and Julio, Jr.

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