Worst: To many [expletive] bleeps
By the time Peter Facinelli reached the podium to accept the Best Movie Award for "New Moon," FCC regulators had lost count of how many times someone had sworn and then been bleeped on the 2-hour show. You know a record must have been set when Facinelli, intending to mock the insane amount of expletives, swore so often the show's control room couldn't cover them up on the East Coast feed. Something tells us there will be a much longer delay for MTV's Video Music Awards in September.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart know what their fans want, but boy are they are gonna make them work hard to get it. In a cleverly played out bit, the "New Moon" stars and rumored couple (watch out guys, it might just be a fun publicity game to the duo) pretended to have an awkward time of re-enacting their award-winning kiss. The best part of it, however, was when Pattinson seemed to surprise Stewart and go in for the kill earlier than expected. The smile on his face afterward was almost more entertaining than the bit itself.
And Rob and Kristen's "kiss" continues to make best moments list of last night! Now for the LA Times Best and Worst list (and ITA with their commentary it was the cute giggliness that made the moment so adorable):
Aww, those darn kids
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson's romance is not something we spend much time thinking about. But their giddy giggles after their onstage kiss for winning the best kiss award seemed more genuine than the dozens of "thank yous" delivered by the rest of the show's winners.
Pity poor Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner
From the pre-credits sequence to Aziz Ansari's opening monologue to Jonah Hill and Russell Brand's presenter patter, the two "Twilight" stars were the subject of more jokes than any single person, place or thing. They seemed to be enjoying the attention, but is it possible to be overexposed without ever leaving your seat?
Entertainment Weekly did their best and worst moments from the Award Show last night, and Rob and Kristen got best kiss (ITA!) :
Entertainment Weekly BEST KISS
When Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson inevitably took the stage to accept the Best Kiss award, there was no way we were going to settle for another Miley Cyrus-style fakeout like last year. After a bit of will-they-or-won't-they teasing, RPattz managed to plant one on an apparently surprised Stewart. Or was she in on it? You can never tell with these show folk.