Robert Pattinson is loved by Twilight fans for too many reasons to list. He is known all over the world. His face is on almost every magazine cover, he has T-shirts and dolls embellished with his face, and at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday, his face dominated again, reports MTV News. So naturally, this poses the question – is it all going to his head?
“To be honest,” Rob said, “I should’ve been nominated in a few more categories.”
As if winning three awards for “New Moon” and having his face absolutely everywhere isn’t enough.
“It’s a disappointment,” Rob said, regarding “New Moon” winning multiple awards Sunday. “It’s an OK result.”
“I think it’s only three,” the star added. “We did better last year.”
What! Arrogant is not the first word to come to mind.
But wait, there is more. After one closely reviews the tape of the interview, it becomes clear that Rob is joking and being playful. Fame still hasn’t changed the man.
So in this world of spoiled and giant-ego headed stars, it is nice to know that at least one guy in Hollywood still knows how to laugh at himself. And there is no need to worry about Rob making the above statements for real anytime soon.
According to MTV News, Bullock celebrated her MTV Generation Award with a kiss from Scarlett Johansson.
Accompanying Johansson and Bullock on stage was Betty White and Bradley Cooper. And of course, this kiss got Bullock a standing ovation from the rowdy crowd.
“Sandy, I know I’m not alone in saying I hope you know how loved you are,” Cooper said. “Both for your incredible talent and for being such a humble and effervescent woman.”
And Bullock deserved nothing less than to be honoured. Just this year, she has already received a Golden Globe as well as a pair of giant hits, including “The Proposal” and “Blind Side.”
“You are grace defined and I adore you madly,” White said, who got to know Bullock during the filming of “The Proposal.”
“Our sex scenes were cut from theatrical release,” White lamented. “But don’t worry, everyone can see them on the unrated DVD.”
Despite all of the love and chatter, Johansson preferred to just stay quiet. Maybe she was still holding a grudge over Bullock’s full-frontal scene in “The Proposal,” shared with Ryan Reynolds – Johansson’s husband.
And to top it all off, Bullock became the first-ever female recipient of the honour. She joins the likes of Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller and Mike Myers, just to name a few.
During her speech, Bullock said “no matter what you might have seen or heard or read lately, I love what I do. And I’m not going anywhere.”
Katy Perry has performed at many award shows in the past. She has rocked the MTV awards show and the VMA’s, with a mind-boggling version of Queen’s “We Will Rock You.” Then, Perry got engaged to VMA host Russell Brand.
And According to MTV News, Perry is not stopping there. She is set to perform at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards on June 6. Perry will play the first single, “California Gurls,” off of her new upcoming album, Teenage Dream.
“I’m proud to represent the West Coast at the MTV Movie Awards in the magical glow of the Hollywood sign with my new single ‘California Gurls,’” Perry said. “I hope it will be the theme song to a lot of summer loving; I know it will in my house!”
Perry is also joining previously announced performer Christina Aguilera at the show next month.
The award show airs live on Sunday, June 6, at 9 p.m. ET and is hosted by Aziz Ansari. Fans can vote for their favourite films and actors at MovieAwards.MTV.com. “The Hangover” is leading the way with six nominations, followed by “New Moon” and “Avatar” both with five.