Sandra Bullock and The Rock among MTV Movie & TV Awards winners

Carla Harmon
June 18, 2019

According to The Rock, the magic is in lifting up others around you. Levi handed The Rock the award and fled the stage.

He continued, "All the other shows that got nominated are essentially paying rent in the genre we created". Johnson has learned a few things on his journey to King of Hollywood and recipient of this year's Generation award, including that "being kind, being compassionate, being inclusive, and being good to people", are vital.

"When I was 15, I heard a quote and I'll never forget it - 'It's nice to be important but it's more important to be nice"'.

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. It was all an act, sister, because they ripped off their robes and destroyed the stage singing, "Juice".

Our sources say, "MTV is furious with Johnny Bananas for doing this are considering editing the entire incident out of the show".

"Love & Hip Hop" was the big victor, and as the cast made their way to the stage, Bananas also made his way to the stage and grabbed the mic to make a speech.

A wide-ranging awards show also paid tribute to women beyond Hollywood such as trailblazing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the subject of documentary RBG, who won a new category for best real-life hero.

It also gave non-competitive awards to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Jada Pinkett Smith.

Joanna Bennett and Renae Moneymaker, who also trained Larson for the first female-led Marvel Studios/Disney superhero film, said it was an "honour" to work on the film and "be a part of bringing such a strong female character to life". It's too bad, because if she had been able to fit the award show into her busy schedule, she could have recreated Bradley Cooper's award show scene from A Star is Born. "We didn't write a speech, we were so shocked, we were on stage, we didn't know where to go". It was not a amusing sketch or a good parody, but it was a good reminder that Raphael should be hosting the show.

Brie Larson's "Captain Marvel" triumphed in the best fight category, while MTV's popular best kiss award went to newcomers Noah Centineo and Lana Condor from the Asian-led teen movie "To All the Boys I've Loved Before".

Johnson immediately thanked his choreographers, dancers, and MTV, and started his official speech by thanking his wife and daughters, saying he has a "house full of strong-ass women".

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