The 2016 MTV Movie Awards' Best, Worst & Weirdest Moments: Amy Poehler Adorableness, Batman's Big Cameo and Mo
By John Boone
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That was quite the awards show.
The MTV Movie Awards aired on Sunday night and featured enough sloppy make outs, censored swear words and pantslessness to keep Twitter atwitter. Hosts Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart kicked off the evening with an insane Mad Max: Fury Road tribute and that insanity pretty much carried through the next two hours.
Here are the best, worst and weirdest moments from the 2016 MTV Movie Awards:
The Hosts With the Most(s): Hart and Johnson kept the LOLs coming throughout the night, from their opening monologue featuring a throwback pic of The Rock wearing a turtleneck and fanny pack in the '90s -- his "buff lesbian" look, they joked -- to their rap battle to their superhero showdown dressed as Superman and Batman.
And for an added dose of adorableness, Johnson's date for the night was his daughter!
Amy Poehler and Chris Pratt's Sweet 'Parks & Rec' Reunion: Leslie Knope and Andy Dwyer themselves were both big winners, but it was Poehler's win for Best Virtual Performance that provided one of the show's sweetest moments. Pratt gave her a standing ovation and when Poehler took the mic, she said, "Weirdly, today is the ninth anniversary of the first time Parks and Recreation aired on TV and I wanna give a shout-out to my man Chris Pratt. So I'm also going to pretend that I'm winning for that."
Will Smith Winning the "Old-A** Dude Award": The Suicide Squad actor received MTV's Generation Award and joked that it might be "code" for his best work being behind him. He later got a bit serious, saying, "I'm dedicated to being a light in this world...A lot of people are suffering in this world and, when you see my material and when I present myself in public and what I'm trying to build with my family and my friends, I just want all of you to know I'm dedicated until I die to light and to love."
He also shared a hilarious anecdote about being recognized on the street as "the Karate Kid's dad."
That Action-Packed New 'Suicide Squad' Trailer: Speaking of Suicide Squad, Smith, Margot Robbie and more of the cast were on hand to present the exclusive world premiere of a new trailer for the movie. If this wasn't already our most anticipated movie of the year, that little Batman cameo certainly cemented the fact. BATFLECK!
Melissa McCarthy's Tribute to Funny Women:The Boss star may have been the first woman to win the Comedic Genius Award, but she used her acceptance speech to thank the comedians who inspired her, giving props to everyone from Lucille Ball and Gilda Radner to Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Diane Keaton.
"And my mom, Sandy Lynn McCarthy, who taught me not to fear being the butt of the joke, taught me not to worry about being likable or perfect and to lovingly go for the kill," she sweetly concluded.
That Uncomfortable Hulk Hogan Joke: Hart may have provided plenty of chuckles, but his one-liner on the wrestler's sex tape was definitely the night's most groan-worthy moment. "The only movie to take more money than that in one day was Hulk Hogan's sex tape," Hart joked, referencing the $115 million verdict in Hogan's case against Gawker.
Rebel Wilson and Adam DeVine's Best Kiss Make-Out: We still cannot get over the Pitch Perfect 2 duo rolling around onstage as they swapped spit. Some things just can't be unseen.
Check out all the big winners from the 2016 MTV Movie Awards in the video below.