A Full Rundown Of Everything That Happened At The 2019 MTV Movie And TV Awards
From a wild 'Us' skit to Lizzo's very first award show performance, here's everything that went down at this year's MTV Movie and TV Awards.
The night was hosted by Zachary Levi, who presented us with an 'Us'-inspired skit that co-starred June Diane Raphael and was very reminiscent of 'Scary Movie'.
Time to bring back the 'Scary Movie' franchise tbh. Reboot the parody genre!
The Rock shared an inspiring speech full of lessons about accepting himself and the power of being oneself, noting that after being told to lose weight, stop working out, and essentially stop being everything we love about him, before eventually deciding: "Hollywood was gonna conform to me". Read more below.
Jada Pinkett-Smith won the Trailblazer Award and brought her son Jaden on stage, who joined presenter Tiffany Haddish as her hype man for the crowd.
Lizzo performed her very first award show and absolutely slayed her 'Sister Act'-inspired version of "Juice".
Brie Larson brought her trainers and stunt doubles for 'Captain Marvel' on stage with her, giving them the opportunity to deliver their own acceptance speeches after she won the award for 'Best Fight'. Twitter loved it!
Noah Centineo and Lana Condor took out what's arguably the night's most iconic award -- Best Kiss -- for their pash in 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before', and were supes cute about the whole thing.
Noah thanked "Lana's lips" for the award, while co-star Lana encouraged viewers: "Kiss who you wanna kiss, love who you wanna love and don't let anyone tell you otherwise".
Twitter also reminded us that we can't talk about Best Kiss without posting the obligatory gif of Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams smooching it up when they won for 'The Notebook' back in 2005, so here you go:
There were also a few people who felt like 'Venom' got robbed:
Robert Downey Jr took home 'Best Hero' for his role as Iron Man, duh, but couldn't make it to the show to accept in person.
Bazzi performed and got everyone feeling emosh:
Haley Lu Richardson was so nervous about pulling a J-Law and stacking it that she walked onstage barefoot, holding up her heels triumphantly. Crisis AVERTED, sweeties!
Daniel Levy won Best Comedic Performance (Yay, Davidddddd!) for his role in 'Schitt's Creek', and used his moment to wish everyone a happy Pride month and remind everyone of the power of kindness. He also got to shake Tiffany Haddish's hand, which was as exciting for him as it is for us.
Finally, Tessa Thompson wrapped up the evening by announcing 'Avengers: Endgame' as the best movie of the year, telling the crowd that she'd planned on playing it cool while onstage, but then "tequila happened". Honestly? Relateable.
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