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MTV Movie Award Winners

Alexa Hess |
June 6, 2011 | 12:52 a.m. PDT

Senior Arts Editor

Image courtesy of Creative Commons.
Image courtesy of Creative Commons.
Well, if you haven't heard by now, it's safe to say "Twilight" took the cake at the MTV Movie Awards. The current infatuation with Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, and Kristen Stewart certainly proved itself as the film and its talent took home a combined five awards. 

Many movies succeeded at the box office throughout the past year, shocking some when "Twilight" was named Best Movie Winner. Kristen Stewart stole the show with Best Female Performance Winner, sharing another award with her boyfriend Robert Pattinson - Best Kiss Winner. 

Pattinson sparkled like a vampire tonight with his other awards. He left with both Best Fight Winner and Best Male Performance Winner. These lovely decorations are major compliments of his career. 

Other great movies earned much deserved awards, such as Emma Stone with Best Comedic Performance for her role in "Easy A." The biggest shock occurred when when Justin Bieber won Best Jaw Dropping Moment Winner for his biographical film, "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never." Those in disbelief thought films like "Inception" or "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 1" should win. 

Fortunately these movies both won awards. Tom Felten of the Harry Potter film series won Best Villan and Ellen Page earned an award for her role in "Inception." 

Many others won for their breakout roles as well as continued success in the industry. The famed Reese Witherspoon won the MTV Generation Award whereas newbie Chloë Grace Moretz won Best Breakout Star. 

She won a second award, as did many other film celebrities. 

To find out which award, as well as view the full list, check MTV Online here


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