MTV Movie Awards: 5 Most Outrageous Moments
From Russell Brand’s opening monologue to Kristen Stewart’s solo kissing performance, here’s a look back at the most outrageous moments of the 2012 MTV Movie Awards.Russell Brand pokes fun at his marriage:
No one was safe during Russell’s opening monologue, most of all himself. “If after recent events you think it’s hypocritical of me to make jokes about a celebrity beating up paparazzi,, wait until you hear my jokes about short-lived celebrity marriages.” Even worse, he reminisced about meeting ex-Katy Perry at an MTV awards show, adding, “I'm going to keep my eyes peeled for my next wife!"
Russell’s old school mate Michael Fassbender suffered the worst of it when Russell put him to “Shame,” accusing him of profiting off sex addiction and referring to his “pink pipe of acting wonder!”
Mila Kunis gets heckled:
Leave it to some dirt bag in the audience to interrupt the Dirt Bag Award. Presenter Mila Kunis was stopped in her tracks by a vulgar heckler to which she annoyingly responded, “Really?” Her “Ted” costar and fellow presenter Mark Wahlberg quickly came to her defense. “Here I thought I was going to have to slap Russell.”
Kristen Stewart gives kissy solo performance:
Kristen Stewart was looking for a Robert Pattinson stand-in last night, but in the end she had to settle for herself. The actress took the stage to accept her fourth Best Kiss award and called out to her friends, like “Snow White” costar Charlize Theron and “Twilight” hunk Taylor Lautner,” to come up for a smooch. In the end, she turned with her back to the audience and wrapped her arms around herself for a quick embrace.
Charlie Sheen loves a good cult classic:
Presenting the Instant Cult Classic Award to “Project X,” Charlie Sheen shared all the ingredients a movie needs to earn the cult classic “Sheen seal of approval.” For starters, beer, babes party fouls, destruction... and more beer!
Joe Manganiello teases the crowd:
All eyes were on Joe Manganiello as he took the stage in a fireman’s costume – shirtless. The “Magic Mike” actor interrupted his costars Matthew McConaughey and Channing Tatum as they handed out the Best Transformation, but the crowd didn’t seem to mind.