Last night, you were probably (definitely) watching the return of this one show that has something to do with thrones and games so you may have missed one of the quirkiest shows of the year: The MTV Movie Awards.
Don't panic too much about it, we rounded up the important things for you.
Amy Schumer was Amy Schumer
After a terrific opening number, riffing off recent box office blockbusters, Schumer took to the audience.
By that it means, she mostly made fun of Kevin Hart's height.
Two words, four syllables: Shailene Woodley
She stole the night with three awards and a beautiful presence to accompany them.
She and her co-star won for the Best Kiss in this The Fault in Our Stars romance scene:
Then, she won the Trailblazer award. Finally, Vin Diesel called her up to the stage to accept the Best Female Performance award, again for The Fault in Our Stars (which also went on to win Movie of the Year). There Woodley gave just the most sincere and humble speech:
BTW, the speech was so good, it made The Fault in Our Stars author John Green get a little dusty:
We're all about that Shay, bout that Shay, no treble.
The return of the ever-contentious Best Shirtless Performance award
Zac Efron won the award for the second year in a row due to his performance (a shirtless one) in the movie Neighbors.
It's important to see the versatility in this role:
Now, Efron will most likely scramble for another performance this year to win the coveted Shirtless Triple Crown in 2016.
As per uszch at these things, a bunch of people got gussied up, then a bunch more talked about the gussying (sp?).
One of the best to have a take on the proceedings was the ever-delightful Grace Helbig:
Pitch Perfect 2 was everywhere
There were parodies, exclusive clips and cameos galore. Normally, this type of overt promotion is a little tacky, but this is Pitch Perfect we're talking about.
Plus, Rebel Wilson as a Victoria Secret angel. Yes, please.
Robert Downey Jr. gave some great advice to everyone
MTV honored him with the Generation Award and he took it to heart has he spelled out his triumphs and failures to the crowd. He prompted them to keep trying, to provide a service to the world and to be the ones that defined their generation.
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