Monday, June 6, 2011
MTV Awards...Robert Pattinson best deep-throater! Justin Bieber nabs jaw-dropper honors!
The spirits were high (at a fever pitch), the schmoozing was rife with superficial moments, and the bewitching sequel to "Twilight" once again swept Pop Culture's most coveted award!
And, there were scintillating titillating thrills, courtesy of a wayward Vampire.
For instance, when sexy Robert Pattinson was declared winner for - "Best Kiss" - he sighed that he wasn't in the mood to kiss his main squeeze of the month - at which point - he was inclined to plant a wet sloppy one on studly co-star Taylor Lautner.
Golden Boy Launtner - known for his washboard abs and impeccable pecs - was totally taken by surprise (or was he?).
Vampires don't discriminate when it comes to fresh blood, after all!
Pattinson - a respected Brit - also got the nod for "Best Actor" for his performance in the popular blood-thirsty thriller (Twilight) which took North America by storm over the past three years!
Meanwhile, Kristen Stewart - sometimes a bit press-shy - was honored for her portrayal of the lead in Twilight's "Eclipse" also.
On the heels of the announcement that the best-seller (effectively adapted for the silver screen in a trilogy) was named best flick for the third year in a row, hunky Lautner was quick on-the-uptake and gushed for the cameras and fans in attendance alike.
"The fact we're standing here is a testament to all the hard work that went into Eclipse," Lautner asserted boldy, as his co-stars nodded in agreement
Justin Bieber - pop flavor of the month - scored with fans when his project - "Never say Never" - beat out the competition for "Best Jaw-Breaking Moment".
A handful of silly award categories (Biggest Badass star?) - and a gaudy Popcorn Trophy - underscored (to moi at least) that the celebrations were all tongue-in-cheek.
In fact, one actor said it all, when he stressed what an honor it was being singled out.
"This will look very nice in my downstairs toilet," chortled Tom Felton ("Best Villain" for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part I)).
'Til next year.