Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, & Will Poulter Win MTV Best Kiss
Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, and Will Poulter won Best Kiss at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday night.
Other nominees for the award included Amy Adams and Jennifer Lawrence for American Hustle, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Scarlett Johansson for Don Jon, James Franco, Ashley Benson, and Vanessa Hudgens for Spring Breakers, and Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller for The Spectacular Now.
Aniston and Roberts didn’t attend the ceremony, which was broadcast live from the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles. Poulter took the stage to accept the award for the trio’s kiss in We’re the Millers.
Poulter interrupted his acceptance speech to read a text message from Aniston. The message allegedly chastised him for making it sound like the two had something going offscreen:
Thanks 2013! You've been great! Oh, and we're the Millers, if anyone asks. pic.twitter.com/0dIenLq0Fj
— We're The Millers (@TheMillersUK) December 31, 2013
“Hey Doucher, I’m watching this on TV. Stop telling people we’re a real thing. I was forced to kiss you. I didn’t come tonight because I thought I might have to come near you again. It’s probably best you stay in England. P.S. You look like a dorky Tintin.”
The Tintin comment probably referred to the French comic book hero who sports a full face and close cropped hair with a pompadour.
Unscramble this quote from Tintin: "ship it's before that Sakharine over if gets us to!" pic.twitter.com/qaCDnOkB
— Adventures of Tintin (@Tintin_Movie) March 20, 2012
Poulter also won the Breakthrough Performance Award for his work in We’re the Millers.
— sheo (@sheoopls) April 14, 2014
While it’s not clear why Aniston and Roberts weren’t present at the awards ceremony Sunday night, we do know that Roberts hit up Coachella this weekend with finacé Evan Peters.
Aniston is currently filming her latest project, Cake, in Los Angeles. Felicity Huffman, Anna Kendrick, William H. Macy, Chris Messina, and Sam Worthington are also slated to appear in the movie, which is set to release in 2015.
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