Creed, 'NSYNC and Sisqó were the top winners at the second annual Radio Music Awards in Las Vegas Saturday night, snagging a pair of honors each.
'NSync won artist of the year, and their "Bye Bye Bye" nabbed song of the year, both in the Top 40/Pop category. Creed won artist of the year in the Alternative/Active Rock category, and their "With Arms Wide Open" [RealVideo] took song of the year. Sisqó's "Thong Song" [RealVideo] nabbed song of the year in the Hip Hop/Rhythmic category and Radio Party Song of the Year.
Dr. Dre walked away with the night's top honor, the Legend Award. The awards are based on radio airplay and voted on by 600 radio programmers and music directors around the country.
Backstreet Boys, Sisqó and Sugar Ray singer Mark McGrath co-hosted the show, which aired on
the Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts. Performers included Christina Aguilera, No Doubt, Enrique Iglesias, Nelly, BBMak and Everclear. Britney Spears sang live via satellite from a European tour stop.
Radio Music Awards winners: