In a surprise to absolutely no one, Twilight: New Moon cleaned up at the MTV Movie Awards Sunday night, winning golden popcorn statues for the movie, male performance (Robert Pattinson), female performance (Kristen Stewart), and the coveted best kiss prize for Pattinson and Stewart’s liplock ... which they re-created (in the most awkward way possible) at the podium (full list of the night's winners here). But all of this was overshadowed by the triumphant return of Sandra Bullock, who was the first woman to receive the Generation Award, presented by her All About Steve co-star Bradley Cooper, The Proposal co-star Betty White and Scarlett Johansson, whose involvement in the proceedings consisted of one (relatively tame) kiss with Sandra. After the smooch, Bullock pleaded, “Now that we’ve done that, can we please go back to normal? Because therapy is really expensive ... Go back to making fun of me.” Yeah, somehow we don't see that happening, Sandy.
Check out Bullock's acceptance speech below (the kiss happens about four minutes in, just, you know, FYI):