While we all know who went home with the Golden Popcorn Sunday night, the 2013 MTV Movie Awards winners weren't just onstage. Behold our top five social-media stars!
By far, our Movie Awards host won the night. From the moment the comedian kicked off the show in her pink koala onesie and Mila Kunis' custom Iron Man suit, fans went crazy for her online. Whether it was Wilson's , her koala named Chlamydia or the double nipple-exposure, fans couldn't get enough of this Golden Popcorn-winning Aussie!
Her Trailblazer Award was clearly justified as fans began tweeted their love for Watson as soon as a video montage of her career began rolling. We can't blame them: Though the star admitted to feeling pressure after a stirring speech from last year's honoree, Emma Stone, this year's Emma delivered, too, and with the best British accent.
Yes, the actor's name initially trended with the wrong spelling but fans got it together, corrected the mistake. The strangest part of Ferrell's acceptance speech for the first-ever Comedic Genius Award wasn't his money-print suit or even the introduction of his "wife" Pam and their three children (a big sigh to everyone who thought they were real). No, the craziest moment was Aubrey Plaza's unscripted interruption. Still, Ferrell handed the moment like the Comedic Genius he is ... and the show by producers. (Eek!)
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"I put on a little weight," he joked to MTV News after the show. "I turned 21, recently, a couple months ago. The drinking just ... it was overboard. Metabolism stopped. It just went straight to the abdomen."
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Complaining about lame theme nights on is kind of like griping about that know-nothing dork in your office who always wins the Final Four pool: go ahead, but it's just gonna keep happening the same way every year.
So far we've been spared disco night and haven't had to sit through songs of inspiration or an evening of Rat Pack retreads. Which means that Wednesday's (April 10) "A Song I Wish I Had Written" night could either be amazing or yet another stroll down cheddar lane.
The top six — Lazaro Arbos, Janelle Arthur, Candice Glover, Kree Harrison, Amber Holcomb and Angie Miller — will each sing twice (the theme for the other song had not been revealed at press time.) What songs do they wish they'd come up with? We have no idea, but that didn't stop us from guessing. (Keep in mind, we did this without peeking at each other's choices, that's how predictable this season is.)
Lazaro Arbos: Season 12's weakest link proved he at least kind of gets Queen last week, but he can't go to that well so soon again. Maybe he'll travel the Michael Jackson route and milk the emotional/inspirational vote one more time with "Man in the Mirror." Kaufman
He wishes he wrote every single song in the Mariah Carey back catalog, so he'll do something from her. Which one? Who cares. Then again, he had success with Queen last week, so maybe he does "The Show Must Go On," which is ironic since there's no possible way said show continues on past ...
Well, it's come down to this: We've made it to the championship game of MTV's Musical March Madness ... after surviving a Final Four that spanned six days, several technical failures and one official re-start.
It'll be Ed Sheeran battling it out against Thirty Seconds To Mars in a title-game tilt that's sure to be one for the ages, especially given everything we've witnessed so far. Two bands remain out of our field of 64, but only one will be crowned the 2013 MMM Champion ... and it'll be up to you to determine who comes out on top. Voting in our championship game is now underway, and polls will close Friday, April 12 at noon ET.
Oh, and just like we've done in previous years, to build suspense, we're keeping the voting results secret until Friday afternoon, when we'll crown our champ!
And while we're not sure who's going to win MMM, there's one thing we do know: it won't be prohibitive favorites Tokio Hotel. They were knocked off by Sheeran in one of the most hotly-contested (and downright nasty) Final Four battles in tournament history, as fans of both bands crashed a pair of polling sites, forced us to implement a "one vote per hour" contingency plan, and basically called each other — and us — every mean name in the books. From the moment we re-launched the polls on Monday, this one went back-and-forth, first with Sheeran surging to a lead, then TH fighting back and holding an edge for most ...
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When you're an artist as prolific as Jay-Z, you're often faced with the task of having to outdo yourself. Last year Hov set the bar pretty high when he curated, headlined and shockingly brought out G.O.O.D. Music at the Budweiser Made in America in Philadelphia. Topping that is no easy task, but luckily for Jay, he knows a few folks.
On Wednesday (April 10), after an interactive announcement on the music-streaming site Spotify, Budweiser revealed that Beyoncé will headline the first day of the two-day festival on August 31 and Nine Inch Nails will hold things down September 1.
"One of the things on our mind was how do you top it? How do you go into year two and make sure that you're continuing to live up to the ideals of Budweiser Made in America," Paul Chibe, vice president of U.S. marketing at Anheuser-Busch, told MTV News. "Jay really did an amazing job curating the lineup."
Aside from pulling strings with the Mrs., Hov helped to gather a robust and diverse lineup that will play throughout the weekend. 2 Chainz, A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, Wiz Khalifa, Public Enemy and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis will hold it down for the hip-hop set.
Queens of the Stone Age, Haim, Empire of the Sun, Imagine Dragons, Walk the Moon and Phoenix will give the festival its rock edge, while Deadmau5, Calvin Harris and Wolfgang Gartner will keep fans dancing. Miguel and Solange will also add some love to the event.
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