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Rebel hosts and wins at MTV Movie Awards

Host Rebel Wilson puts a unique Aussie imprint on the MTV Movie Awards, and picks up two gongs herself.

Ok, just a quick drop back in, the episode of Catfish that is running now, is a special celebrity episode in which everyone in Hollywood professes their love for Rebel Wilson, and actually, it's kind of hysterical.

Mark Walhberg just admitted he's been pretending to be Rebel Wilson and Channing Tatum online.

If you're getting Rebel withdrawl, this is like Wilson methadone.

(This man is not Rebel Wilson, just in case you come across him online)

DSC_1561.NEF Mark Wahlberg in Broken City
DSC_1561.NEF Mark Wahlberg in Broken City 

We are done with our coverage. MTV aren't though. Like any good clip show, they have just hit the repeat button and we're instantly transported back in time to the red carpet prior to the awards.

Thanks for joining us, hope you enjoyed the MTV Movie Awards Live Blog!

So we come to the end of another MTV Movie Awards, an awards that Rebel told us at the start of the evening was the 100th ever - though the awards have changed, no longer featuring a Best Actress run over by a Train awards - and it's safe to say Rebel lived up to the promise of being the best Female Australian Host of the awards ever.

What did you think of Rebel's performance?

Rebel Wilson

Rebel is wrapping up, she does so in her Iron Man-gina outfit.

"If you loved it I've been Rebel Wilson, if you didn't, I've been Jonah Hill in a wig."

She then goes to take off, doesn't for reasons of physics, and so starts making jet-like noises with her mouth as we get the credits.

And that, as they say, is that.

Rebel Wilson signs off.
Rebel Wilson signs off. Photo: Getty

"What's the opposite of humbled?" asks Joss Whedon. "We're Biebered to be standing here tonight."

"I want to thank them for going off their meds long enough to be here tonight," he says of the fans behind the stage.

He then thanks his producer for juggling producing Avengers with going through puberty.

"From the first story board to the last sound tweak these people were amazing," Whedon says which is so gripping we cut to a shot of Quvenzhané Wallis eating popcorn.

He ends by promising the sequel will come in 2015.

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Django Unchained
Silver Linings Playbook
Marvel’s The Avengers
The Dark Knight Rises

And the winner is: The Avengers

Brad Pitt presents the award for Movie of the Year.
Brad Pitt presents the award for Movie of the Year. Photo: Reuters
Jenna Clarke

How do you steal the Hunger Games limelight? This is how. A report from backstage:

Quvenzhane Wallis just put a stop to the media getting their preview of The Hunger Games as she decided to swan through backstage for photos and questions. She's the first star willing to take questions tonight. She spoke about her role in Annie.

The cast are on stage, thanking people at a terrifying rate and shouting out to the A'cabellas who couldn't make it.

"Thank you so much to anyone who liked it," they summarise!

They then disappear backstage, presumably to prepare for a musical thank you mash up.

How about another award?

Anne Hathaway — “Les Miserables”
Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash and Adam Rodriguez — “Magic Mike”
Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp, Brittany Snow, Alexis Knapp, Ester Dean and Hana Mae Lee — “Pitch Perfect”
Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence — “Silver Linings Playbook”
Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller — “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

And the winner is: Rebel Wilson, Pitch Perfect

Anna Camp accepts the award for best musical moment with fellow cast members from Pitch Perfect.
Anna Camp accepts the award for best musical moment with fellow cast members from Pitch Perfect. Photo: Reuters
Rebel Wilson

Rebel Wilson takes to the stage to introduce an actual Hollywood Casting Couch. It's a bit tired looking.

"Yep, Megan Fox" she adds.

Awkward! (Awesome!)

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Finaly it's time for the star of the movie, Liam Hemsworth, and frankly, I think people want him to get out of the way and just give us a trailer. Which is kind of sad really.

Liam, who still sports a good old Australian accent sets the scene for the trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

We start with the victors. Donald Sutherland and Phillip Seymour Hoffman are plotting to kill her.

There's oppulance. There's rebellion. There's Katniss standing up to a man with a gun.

"Her entire species must be eradicated," says Sutherland.

Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. 

Or perhaps we'll see this? In fact I'd guarantee we'll see this.

Which is easy, as if you just cast your eyes down ... now you've seen it.

(I'll get my coat ... it's the one with the mocking jay pin in the lapel)

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. 

After the ad break, we'll get a trailer for the new Hunger Games film, which is in reality an ad, so after these ads, an ad!

Here's a teaser as to what you might see ... or read about me seeing.

Donald Sutherland and Philip Seymour Hoffman in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Donald Sutherland and Philip Seymour Hoffman in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. 
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Actor Jamie Foxx dances with presenter Kerry Washington.
Actor Jamie Foxx dances with presenter Kerry Washington. Photo: Reuters


Jamie thanks all of his family. "We all live in the same house, which is crazy." That includes his two sisters and his now divorced parents. "He still dates, it's crazy."

He thanks all the actors and directors he has worked with on his "wild ride."

"Anytime someone tells you you can't do something, make sure you do it."

Then he terrifies us all by announcing he's about to direct on the Sci Fi channel.

Kerry Washington has come on stage to introduce her Django Unchained husband Jamie Foxx who feels is the sort of actor that only comes along once in a generation.

The montage of Foxx's work that follows is as good an excuse as any to take another look at THAT SUIT from Django Unchained.

I love that suit.

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Rebel Wilson

Rebel's on stage, saying thanks for enjoying the jokes tonight, many of which have been great because she wrote them.

She then gets serious for a moment to talk about body issues.

As she speaks "seriously" about her own physical deformity, she has a wardrobe malfunction which reveals her second AND THIRD nipples.

"I don't know why some of you are laughing because this is really serious."

Rebel Wilson shows her third nipple.
Rebel Wilson shows her third nipple. Photo: Reuters
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We're back stage for the presentation of the Best Hero award which we are told is close, but given we also know Bilbo was a million votes ahead a few hours ago and there were only three million odd votes, well, not that close.

Best Hero: Bilbo

While we're on housekeeping, let us know what you think of the Awards - and the blog - in our comments.

Also, thanks Ned!

Sorry, slight technical glitch there. That award announcement for Tom Hiddleston has been hiding with the Gremlins for a few posts.

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Quvenzhané Wallis and Chloe Grace-Moreta are on stage to present:

Javier Bardem — “Skyfall”
Leonardo DiCaprio — “Django Unchained”
Marion Cotillard — “The Dark Knight Rises”
Tom Hardy — “The Dark Knight Rises”
Tom Hiddleston — “Marvel’s The Avengers

And the winner is: Tom Hiddleston

Gods must be crazy ...  Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth).
Gods must be crazy ... Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth). 
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