From host Aziz Ansari’s opening parody of "Precious" to Peter Facinelli’s F-bomb-strewn Best Movie acceptance speech on behalf of the "New Moon" cast, the MTV Movie Awards was packed with moments both riotous and raucous. Here are some of the highlights that kept viewers buzzing - and the censors reaching for their bleep button.
- "Hangover" star Ed Helms performs the movie’s touching “Doug” ballad, with co-star Ken Jeong doing an interpretive dance in a tiger-print leotard that struggles to conceal what he bared in the hit comedy.
- As "Tropic Thunder’s" movie exec Les Grossman, Tom Cruise gets thunderous applause for his showstopping number with Jennifer Lopez (looking uncannily like Charo). The two bust a move and booty slap to her hit “Get Right,” bringing the audience – including Cruise’s beaming wife, Katie Holmes - to their feet.
- During the Best Kiss presentation, "Get Him to the Greek" co-stars Russell Brand and Jonah Hill engage in a hilariously sloppy, grope-filled smooching session prompted by the Kiss Cam.
- After winning the Best Kiss award, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson tease the audience by pretending that they are about to plant one on each other. Um, didn’t they do this shtick last year?
- Presenting Sandra Bullock with the Generation Award, Betty White tells the actress she’s a huge fan – then confuses all of her film credits, saying she loved Bullock as an amphetamine addict in "Speed" and as Stevie Wonder in "The Blind Side." When Bullock takes the stage in a daring backless number, White warns, “Honey, don’t ever wear that dress backwards.”
- Standing in for her husband, Bullock’s "The Proposal" co-star Ryan Reynolds, Scarlett Johansson tells the Generation Award winner she thinks Reynolds and Bullock also should have won Best Kiss because their lip-lock looked so soft. She finds out for herself when Bullock grabs her face and lets her have it.
- "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" star Aubrey Plaza gives the censors a workout while announcing the nominees for Best WTF Moment: “Megan Fox, I have always wanted to [bleep] you. And when you threw up on Amanda Seyfried in 'Jennifer’s Body,' it made me want to [bleep] you more,” she said. “Wherever you are tonight, I’m going to find you, and [bleep] you.”
- "The Other Guys" stars Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell hang around – literally – for "Harry Potter" actor Tom Felton's Best Villain acceptance speech. When Felton thanks his girlfriend, Wahlberg, pretending to be sick of being suspended in the air, hurries him along by blurting out, “Are you serious? Come on! This ain’t the [bleep]-ing Oscars!”