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
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?
Poll: What did you think of Rebel Wilson's hosting effort at the MTV Movie Awards?
- Amazing, move over Amy and Tina, Rebel should get the Golden Globes next year
- Great, give her the MTV Movie Awards, next year ... again
- Good, give her the Oscars next year
- Outrageous, give her the BAFTAs next year, the English won't know what to do
- That was awful, give her the Logies as punishment
Total votes: 1652.
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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. 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.
Poll: Have your say, who should have won Best Movie tonight at the MTV Movie Awards?
- “Django Unchained”
- “Silver Linings Playbook”
- “Marvel’s The Avengers”
- “The Dark Knight Rises”
Total votes: 795.
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MOVIE OF THE YEAR
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. 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?
BEST MUSICAL MOMENT
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. Photo: Reuters
Rebel Wilson takes to the stage to introduce an actual Hollywood Casting Couch. It's a bit tired looking.
"Yep, Megan Fox" she adds.
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.
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.
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.
Actor Jamie Foxx dances with presenter Kerry Washington. Photo: Reuters
GENERATION AWARD - JAMIE FOXX
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.
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. Photo: Reuters
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
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Sorry, slight technical glitch there. That award announcement for Tom Hiddleston has been hiding with the Gremlins for a few posts.
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).
Time for another musical breath. Here's Come and Get It by Selena Gomez.
Selena takes to the stage draped in red. At first it's not clear what kind of red it was exactly.
It's a scarf! In fact there's a very sub-continental theme to Selena's performance which is half dance, half yoga and she has a bejeweled tilaka on her forehead.
It progresses to a bit more Bollywood dance as it goes, not that lyrics progress much, they seem to essentially be:
"When you're ready, come and get it. (Repeat)"
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis rather left this in the dust I'm afraid.
Actress-singer Selena Gomez performs onstage. Photo: Getty
Actor Tom Hiddleston. Photo: Reuters
"I am Loki, of Asgard, and I am burdoned with glorious popcorn!" says Hiddleston.
"Obviously I'm not from this country, as you can hear, but you were very hospitable to me."
He describes Avengers as "A cosmic dance of spinning plates and superheroes" when thanking Joss Whedon.
Then gives Chris Hemsworth a shout out for "my brother from another mother."
Ok that's good, we can claim Tom as Australian now!
He also thanks the team who gave him "the most uncomfortable hat you can ever wear."
Then finally thanks Liam Payne from One Direction, not so he can get the scream he duly receives, but because he named his dog Loki.
"He's probably got more Twitter followers than I do" he says ... of the dog.
Jenna Clarke: And this:
Flava Flav is looking for a lawyer and sponsorship tonight apparently. When handed a pair of Monster headphones backstage he asked to speak to "someone who can hook me up. I'll totally support this".
Jenna Clarke: Another tid-bit from our insider at the awards:
MTV have copped a bit of flack for the budget look and feel of the awards. To paint you a picture, Macklemore's horn section for his performance warmed up in the press room.
Now it's time for an exclusive sneak peek at Iron Man 3, which is pretty hard to experience via text, but here goes:
Stark's getting shot, climbing out of a crumbling hole. He gets his suit on. We learn it's Stark's mansion that is collapsing around him. And then he gets his Iron Man on on the helicopters that are shooting at him ... and that's it.
It really was a peek. That didn't even constitute a lingering glance.
Iron Man. Photo: AP
Taylor does a weird bit where he goes through his pockets for his speech and pulls out candy and popcorn. He's also wearing a pillow strapped to his belly under his shirt.
"I'll be honest with you. I turned 21 recently. And I've been eating and drinking."
He points to the topless shot behind him. "That picture was taken a few years ago. The good old days. You could bounce a quarter off those things."
"For us shirtless actors out there. This is like winning an Oscar."
Actor Taylor Lautner accepts the award for best shirtless performance. Photo: Reuters
BEST SHIRTLESS PERFORMANCE
Christian Bale — “The Dark Knight Rises”
Daniel Craig — “Skyfall”
Taylor Lautner — “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2″
Seth MacFarlane as Ted — “Ted”
Channing Tatum — “Magic Mike”
And the winner is: Taylor Lautner
Seth Rogen, Zac and Danny McBride take to the stage.
Zac is bummed he didn't get nominated for Best Shirtless Performance.
Seth says he would win Best Bottomless.
Danny challenges him to show his wares.
Seth does. Drops his pants and there's, well, as Danny puts it:
"It looks like LMFAO bending over to tie their shoes"
Danny then drops trou, and we learn he has a chastity jock strap.
It turns out that Seth has the key and now, yes, Seth is sticking his key in Danny's groin.
Zac, who minutes ago was embarassed to kiss Rebel is now the only man on stage with his pants on.
"I'm not touching that" says Zac.
Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Danny McBride. Photo: Getty
"I only do this for the awards. That and cash money," says Rebel.
"The only thing that would make this better is if Zac Effron took off his shirt right now and came and kissed me" says Rebel.
He kisses her. Still got the shirt on.
"Do you want to give me an Australian kiss now? It's like a French kiss but down under."
"Sure" says Zac who may well have missed that innuendo.
Host Rebel Wilson takes the stage to accept the award for breakthrough performance. Photo: Reuters
Ezra Miller — “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”
Eddie Redmayne — “Les Miserables”
Suraj Sharma — “Life of Pi”
Quvenzhane Wallis — “Beasts of the Southern Wild”
Rebel Wilson — “Pitch Perfect”
And the winner is: Rebel Wilson
Rebel Wilson and Brittany Snow star in Pitch Perfect. Photo: Supplied
A Fast & Furious teaser brings us back and explains why Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster and Michelle Rodriguez have come on stage, back lit by some lasers that are making life nearly impossible for the camera operators.
Vin reminisces about he and Paul winning Best Duo for the first Fast and Furious eleven years ago.
Paul says "Fast and Furious Twelve" wouldn't be possible without the fans here.
The good people at MTV Australia allow just a hint of "we're here backstage ... " from the American broadcast live off the satellite before thankfully switching to ads.
Will Ferrell. Photo: Getty
Ferrell has a terrible moustage, massive sunglasses designed to distract from the moustache, a suit seemingly made of money, designed to distract from the sunglasses, and still I'm seeing the moustache.
"Comedic Genius!" yells Ferrell. "Culver City, California" he adds for no discernable reason.
"Here's the deal. I'm just a simple guy from Burbank, California. I had two basic dreams.
First to one day hopefully be able to make people laugh.
The other dream to wake up every day and be able to dress myself exactly like Dennis Rodman."
That explains the suit then.
And then Aubrey Plaze runs on stage, with #TheToDoList written across her chest, and tries to grab his award.
Ferrell looks a bit confused but gives her a shout out and says "just like we rehearsed it."
He then thanks those that find him funny and "for those of you here tonight who don't think I'm funny, I will be happy to fight you in the parking lot after the show."
"My friend Peter Dinklage has kindly offered to help me fight anyone who shows up to the death or until our parking expires."
Finally Ferrell calls up his beautiful family, who appear to be a mother and three children of definitively Chinese pursuasion. He thanks his wife Pam and their children: Mary, Elizabeth and his son Chow Yun Fat.
Now he's renewing his vows with "Pam."
Yeah, this bit isn't really working tremendously, but then again, what do you do with a comedy lifetime achievement award acceptance speech?
"You're just as sweet as you were when we met 27 years ago when you were 50 and I was 19."
He finishes with "thank you so much good night!"
This Will Ferrell skit feels longer than that Catfish one! FML! #MTVMovieAwards— Perez Hilton (@PerezHilton) April 15, 2013
Will Ferrell gives us looks, then violence, then singing, then funny voices, then rhythmic gymnastics, then ice-skating, and the promise of Anchor Man 2.
It all leads of course to Ferrell coming on stage.
Will Ferrell and Christina Christina Applegate in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.
Actor Peter Dinklage. Photo: Getty
Peter Dinklage is here to present Will Ferrell with the Comedic Genius Award.
"Because if there's one thing Will Ferrell knows, it's comedy."
"Now here are some things Will Ferrell doesn't know:
He doesn't know how to stop staring at your wife in her bikini...
... the basics of dental hygiene ...
... how to order Chinese without sounding racist ...
... how to fart the alphabet, though he will try and convince you he can, usually with disastrous results."
Cue the montage.
Rebel has a stuffed Koala with her now.
"Her name is chlamydia"
She apparently has X-Ray vision so she's going to take her into the crowd.
The Koala does have a camera built in, and we get a live feed as the koala kisses Tom Hiddleston and takes a crutch shot of Chris Pine.
The Koala next looks in the bag for Quvenzhané Wallis, 9-year-old star of Beasts of the Southern Wild and "discovers" a bunch of bottles of alcohol.
"You know what they call drinking at nine in Australia?" Rebel asks. "A slow start."
Rebel then introduces Peter Dinklage "from that new show, I think it's called Dragons and Titties"
Rapper Macklemore performs onstage. Photo: Getty
The performers are Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, who, earlier this week disappointed us all by ruling out full-frontal nudity on stage tonight:
“There's not gonna be frontal nudity. Not frontal--I'm just saying," he told MTV.com.
"I was trying to get a little dry hump session on with Kerry Washington and Jamie Foxx," he added, "But I think I got shut down on that too. So who knows?”
I'm sorry to say the promise has been upheld and it seems the dry humping was indeed shut down. There was in fact, no nudity or humping of any liquidity as Macklemore and Ryan Lewis rhythmically informed us that This is indeed the Moment.
The song was good though.
Snoop Dog nee Lion and Ke$ha have taken to the stage with a remarkably convincing looking joint to introduce the nights first music act.
Snoop Dogg and Ke$ha. Photo: Getty
Cooper's on stage and says unfortunately "Jenn's not here but she was great to kiss."
The book that rings out at Jennifer Lawrence's absence is possibly WHY the stars turn up!
Kerry Washington and Jamie Foxx — “Django Unchained”
Kara Hayward and Jared Gilman — “Moonrise Kingdom”
Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper — “Silver Linings Playbook”
Mila Kunis and Mark Wahlberg — “Ted”
Emma Watson and Logan Lerman — “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”
And the winner is: Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper
Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper in Silver Linings Playbook.
Amanda Seyfried and Steve Carell. Photo: Getty
Steve Carrell and Amanda Seyfried are on stage to present Best Kiss.
Amanda likes the kiss in Romeo and Juliet.
Steve likes the kiss in Silence of the Lambs when Hannibal Lecter kisses the guard when he's escaping.
"If you're wondering why I was only nominated in three of the categories this year, it's because I don't swallow," says Rebel, before explaining she was cut out of many films this year.
Cue the doctored footage:
FILM: Les Miserables
ROLE: Head Whore
Rebel sings in the background of Anne Hathaway's Oscar-winning song.
"When I researched my role, I discovered a lot of 19th century prostitutes suffered from 'Itchy Tit'" she explains to Tom Hooper.
Rebel's doing some nice backing vocals.
"Get that girl off my set" says Hooper.
"Anne, you better go," says Rebel.
FILM: Life of Pi
ROLE: Richard Parker
Rebel is pretty much rocking a costume from Cats here.
FILM: Magic Mike
And here we go, this is the shot Rebel tweeted earlier in the week. Pink fish net top. Black wig. And to Salt 'n Pepa singing "ooh baby, baby" she produces a toy doll from her nether regions.
"Scene deleted for the good of all mankind" we learn.
Jenna Clarke: OOOOH, dirt from backstage:
Nominees Kerry Washington and Seth Rogan were running so late they missed the red carpet and were initially turned away by security. Publicists and organisers freaked out and escorted them to their seats.
Jenna Clarke: Another nugget from the red carpet:
Matt Lucas said Rebel asked him for advice for the show. "Just smile," he said.
Actress Emma Watson accepts the MTV Trailblazer award. Photo: Getty
TRAIL BLAZER AWARD: EMMA WATSON
Emma's on stage. The kids are screaming. She is overwhelmed.
"I look back at the work I've done over the last 14 years and many things come to mind. Most importantly how bad my hair was in the first Harry Potter film."
"You have supported me in all of my awkwardness and allowed me to grow into the kind of actress and kind of person I want to be."
She's giving a pep talk to young people everywhere, promising that if they pour their heart into it, they too can be her. Not sure how many belive it, but we're all excited to think we still have something to aim for.
I mean, I think I could be Emma Watson one day. No. I KNOW I can be Emma Watson one day.
We're getting a montage of Watson roles now and impressively they're focusing more on My Week with Marilyn and particularly Perks of Being a Wallflower than Harry Potter, with a glimpse of the Bling Ring as well.
Emma is being lauded in fact for being a Trail Blazer, not for her nomination.
Logan Lerman now comes on stage to sing her praises talking of her "fearlesness and enthusiasm" and Emma is just looking a bit uncomfortable being praised so much.
Then Jonah Hill does a video spot to say he's glad to be in her life and announce that he and Emma will be starring in Fifty Shades of Grey.
"I want you to know one thing. My safety word is Tangerine."
Eddie Redmayne. Photo: Getty
Eddie Redmayne is on stage now, just to introduce Emma Watso, who is up for Best Female Performance tonight.
"She is as irritatingly elegant and kind as she is talented."
Joss Whedon and Tom Hiddleston have a surprise reunion on stage.
Hiddleston says he is "happy to be Hulk smashed anytime"
I'd love to see that again. And again.
Director Joss Whedon accepts the award for Best Fight for "The Avengers" with cast members Chris Evans (L), Samuel L. Jackson and Tom Hiddleston (R). Photo: Reuters
Jamie Foxx vs. Candieland Henchmen — “Django Unchained”
Daniel Craig vs. Ola Rapace — “Skyfall”
Mark Wahlberg vs. Seth MacFarlane as Ted — “Ted”
Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson and Jeremy Renner vs. Tom Hiddleston — “Marvel’s The Avengers”
Christian Bale vs. Tom Hardy — “The Dark Knight Rises”
And the winner is: The Avengers
We're back, and we're back with Star Trek Into Darkness as the Enterprise, or at least its crew, crash through the back wall of the set.
Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana are here to present an award among the rubble.
Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana and Chris Pine. Photo: Getty
We get an ad that tells us, using a nice Top Gun riff, that we can still text to determine the winner of the big award for the night: Movie of the Year.
There's nothing on the screen that tells us it won't work in Australia, but I have my suspicions, so I'm holding off on texting just yet.
There's also an update that tells us Bilbo is a million votes ahead in the Best Hero award, though voting hasn't closed, so viewers can still join Snow White's campaign.
And if you ever thought you'd have the opportunity to vote for Snow White over Bilbo Baggins at 11.30am on a Monday morning while sober, then your Nostra Damus award is waiting for you at the cloak room.
Have you noticed how ALL the stars come to these awards, not just the Oscar types?
Samuel L Jackson and Jamie Foxx take the stage.
Foxx thanks Jackson for being the craziest actor in the game.
Jackson thanks "you all" for encouraging me to be crazy, before thanking the fans.
BEST WTF MOMENT
Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson — “Candieland Gets Smoked” in “Django Unchained”
Denzel Washington — “Final Descent” in Flight”
Anna Camp — “Hack-Appella” in Pitch Perfect”
Javier Bardem — “Oops… There Goes His Face” in Skyfall”
Seth MacFarlane as Ted — “Ted Gets Saucy” in Ted”
And the winner is: Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson
The Hollywood Reporter insider was critical of Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained.
Adam Sandler and Chris Rock take the stage to present the next award.
And my transmission cuts out for a moment ... censorship? It's possible with Rock on stage.
The pair discuss the WTF moments they've had over the years.
Chris reminisces about the time: [BLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP]
Sandler remembers when: [BLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP]
[Bleeps are theirs!]
"I don't remember the name of the horse, but the guy's name was [BLEEP] Gosling" says Sandler.
Chris Rock (L) and Adam Sandler. Photo: Getty
Rebel is back, and it's time for a shout out for her shoulder pads. They are about a metre across and fur-lined on top.
She reveals her cue cards actually just have pictures of Channing Tatum's arse on them. Then shows us.
"It's no secret: He has a Magic Mike I'd like to sing into"
MTV Movie Awards
Rebel Wilson hosting the MTV Movie Awards. Photo: Getty
The first ad break shows that ... well, advertisers may not have tapped into the demographic of these awards, as the main ad is for:
Though there's a nice moment where a satisfied customer talks of putting the rat poison in "the mother-in-law's house" and I wonder if this isn't just a little bit satirical!
Lots of screams for Cooper but he's playing this straight. A quick thanks to the right people before a shout out to the veterans around the country who are struggling with injury.
To be fair, it was probably a good idea not to try and go for funny in the footsteps of McCarthy and Wilson who have both been good.
Actor Bradley Cooper accepts the award for best male performance for "Silver Linings Playbook". Photo: Reuters
First award! Presented by Melissa McCarthy after getting a bit hot under the collar while reminiscing on her love for Sandra Bullock who she just worked with on The Heat.
BEST MALE PERFORMANCE
Ben Affleck — “Argo”
Bradley Cooper — “Silver Linings Playbook”
Daniel Day-Lewis — “Lincoln”
Jamie Foxx — “Django Unchained”
Channing Tatum — “Magic Mike”
And the winner is: Bradley Cooper
Jennifer Lawrence, right, in Silver Linings Playbook.
Rebel is promising some new awards tonight:
Because they couldn't call the award Best Soft Porn
The winner of which will receive a large bottle of sunscreen and two visible eyebrows.
And ... Best Beard, for which the nominees are:
Affleck, Daniel Day-Lewis and Lena Dunham's vagina, because it's been on a lot of faces.
WARNING: We are clearly going to get a LOT of v-bombs tonight.
Two men who forgot their shirts come on stage. "Hunky" gives Rebel water. "Chunky" gives her chocolate. Then she, out of breath, welcomes us to the MTV Movie Awards.
"I am quite surprised they asked me to host. So is MTV. They though I was Adele."
Then a shout out to North Korea where she hopes their leader L'il Kim doesn't get too excited watching her and prematurely shoot off his missile.
Rebel Wilson. Photo: Getty
Mash up ...
Rebel is running alongside a Boeing 747 then joining the cast of Les Mis dragging a ship, before her pink jump suit is pulled away to reveal a much tighter black leather number and the song becomes:
This Girl is on Fire!
Mash up ...
"I'm gonna pop some tags" that's right it's Thrift Shop versus Girl on Fire
It all goes crazy, ending in the first bleep out of the night:
"This girl is [BLEEP] awesome"
IT'S A TRAINING MONTAGE!!!
Rebel joins the three rappers on stage and they open with "her palms are sweaty" and in fact we're getting the entire 8 Mile rap, with Rebel using buff male models as exercise equipment in a mimed training montage.
Rebel gets two lines in before she sings. Standing in a pink sweat suit with a koala on it, she sings "gotta keep trying, gotta keep my head held high."
She's kinda rocking this. Then it gets all rap. 8 Mile Eminem style.
Host Rebel Wilson opens the show at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards. Photo: Reuters
"Oh I landed right on my vag"
And that's the opening line of Rebel's live hosting of the MTV Movie Awards!
Here we go!
The awards begin bang on 11am ... and it's DODGY AUSTRALIAN TOURISM STEREOTYPE alert.
We have a didge, we have a kangaroo, we have a ute and in that ute ...
Is James Franco!
"So this is the real Oz. Home of my favourite singer: Russell Crowe"
"If I knew you were coming" says Rebel "maybe I would have trimmed the bush"
Oooooh. Single entendre!
James is here to say that Rebel has been chosen to host the awards.
"But I'm just a fat simple girl from Australia. The only thing I've hosted is this parasitic worm. I still don't know what hole it came out of."
That's the tone set then!
James promises Rebel will be the greatest Australian, female host ever.
Franco riffs on some nice Oscars stuff. "Hosting is great. No one will ever say anything nasty about you"
Then he gives her her transport. It's an Iron Man outfit ... with a larger chest.
"It's called Iron Man-gina," says Franco with astraight face.
"It fits like a glove, unfortunately my body is not hand shaped. Check out my Iron Man wedgie" says Rebel.
It's a totally different style to the Oscars, but damn this is fun.
Rebel takes off, jets around the world, and dangles from the roof of the theatre! Before crash landing.
On the red carpet Melissa McCarthy says no one is safe with Rebel hosting. She suggests she may juggle fire.
Melissa is also presenting an award and is stressed she'll get a name wrong.
Hard not to love Melissa.
More hints to be found on Rebel's Twitter feed:
Today's the day, remember to tune in to MTV at 9pm tonight for the MTV Movie Awards..I'll be your hostess with the aca-mostess x— Rebel Wilson (@RebelWilson) April 14, 2013
Then there's this
And somewhat disturbingly, this:
How am I preparing for tomorrow's MTVMA's? 1. horizontal running 2. Vocal warm-ups 3. Sexting Channing Tatum x— Rebel Wilson (@RebelWilson) April 13, 2013
Wondering what we can expect from tonight? Well the poster is one hint.
Ready to explode ... Rebel Wilson, MTV Movie Awards poster
It's the final ad break before the final red carpet segment before the awards, and the excitement is palpable ... mostly because it's meant a long trailer for Iron Man 3 and the soundtrack just gets things palpable in all kinds of ways.
Jenna Clarke: Kylie Minogue looking a little overwhelmed on the red carpet. "Just hanging out on the red carpet. Like a regular Sunday," she told Fairfax Media before she was outshined by Kim Kardashian.