Tonight were the 2011 MTV Movie Awards. Broadcast Live from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, the show was hosted by SNL’s Jason Sudeikis.
Ok, it’s no surprise that Saturday Night Live hasn’t been funny for the last 6 years at least. Every cast member is horrible. However, occasionally, an SNL cast member can actually be funny. This definitely was not the case with Jason Sudeikis. He-was-horrible. His jokes were stale. Yes, Jason, it is terrible that MTV, Music Television, doesn’t play music videos anymore… but the joke is played out. You’re lame. Yes, Jason, MTV will be broadcasting the ceremony over-and-over-and-over… happens every year, however your paycheck should be adequate and that joke is also old. Oh and Jason, you’re little bit on the piano was a complete f*cking waste of time… just stop doing what you (don’t) do… go get a job.
Most of the people in attendance fly way under my give-a-sh*t rader, but there were a few moments worth watching for as well as some pretty well-dressed ladies:
I loved the mini dress covered in safety pins and the amazing black pumps.
Her soft hair and makeup worked really well with the totally rock-and-roll fashions she was rocking.
But, of course, no award shoe would be complete without those dressed absolutely terrible:
But leave it Jim Carrey to out do everyone. The funnyman donned a green suit onto which various images were projected. However, is Jim Carrey still funny? I’m pretty sure he’s not.
Ok, I don’t get the Bieber thing… his videos aren’t played. His songs aren’t played… so…. how do people even know who he is? Album sales alone? Because theres this thing called UTorrent Tweens, that means you don’t have to pay for your (sh*tty) music.
But ok, he’s a teen idol… but what the f*ck is with the Johnny Depp-esque surprise appearance? I’m sorry, is MTV the WRONG venue for Justin Bieber? What a little tool.
The one moment I was kid of looking forward to was seeing Reese Witherspoon accept this year’s Generation Award. … … … I’m pretty sure she was toe-up wasted. But I love her anyway.
And, bringing home the only award for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, Tom Felton won this year’s Best Villain award again.Yay #TeamPotter!