June 04, 2012 02:18:32 GMT
As Pattinson is unable to join Stewart in picking up the award, the 'Twilight Saga' beauty jokes, 'Rob's not here guys. I'm not sure what to do. Huntsman? Where's my Huntsman?'
After Wiz Khalifa delivered a musical performance by singing "Work Hard, Play Hard", more Golden Popcorn statuettes were handed to winners at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards. Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson once again claimed the Best Kiss award at the annual prize-giving show.
The "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I" couple won the award for four consecutive years. Unfortunately, Pattinson was unable to attend the show, leaving Stewart to pick up the gong solo. "Rob's not here guys. I'm not sure what to do. Huntsman? Where's my Huntsman? Chris [Hemsworth]? Charlize [Theron], will you help me out? No, OK. Taylor [Lautner], help an old friend? It's ok, I do pretty well by myself I think," said Stewart upon receiving the prize.
The Best Kiss award was presented by Andy Samberg, Adam Sandler, and Leighton Meester. Samberg said, "Two words: I french kissed my dog's butt-hole," while Meester added, "After my junior prom my date walked me up to my date...kissed me on my cheek." Sandler, meanwhile, joked, "I'm a little embarrassed for you. Didn't release you were a whore."
On the other hand, uncle and cousin duo LMFAO successfully picked up the Best Music prize for their club-banger "Party Rock Anthem", which is also an original soundtrack for "21 Jump Street".
Johnny Depp, meanwhile, received the 2012 Generation Award from Aerosmith. "Steven [Tyler] just spit out one of my teeth. This is an amazing honor. It's like the get out of the business award. Based on the clips there is obviously something wrong with me. And it's an honor to be presented by these legends Stephen and Joe [Perry] and these up and coming legends The Black Keys," said Depp.
The ongoing Academy Awards, which is held at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, will announce more winners soon. Russell Brand serves as the host at the star-studded event.