5 Best Moments of the 2015 MTV Movie Awards
The 2015 MTV Movie Awards was filled with all of our favorite things: Channing Tatum twerking, Zac Efron grabbing Dave Franco's junk, and well, Amy Schumer just being downright hilarious.
To relive all of the best moments (and, let's face it, watch them again and again and again), check out the top five highlights from the 2015 MTV Movie Awards below. Because how many times can you watch Zac Efron get a handful of crotch? To quote Cady Heron, "the limit does not exist."
5. Channing Tatum twerking.
The Magic Mike XXL cast stopped by the 2015 MTV Movie Awards to hype their new film, but the highlight of their appearance was Channing Tatum workin' it. We know he can dance, but there's nothing quite like watching him impromptu twerk.
4. Amy Schumer's Oscars-infused opener.
Host Amy Schumer set the tone of the show with her hilarious Oscars spoofs. She inserted herself into movies such as Boyhood and Whiplash, making us nostalgic for awards season (but really, really excited to see what else she has up her sleeve.)
3. Vin Diesel singing "See You Again."
Vin Diesel struck an emotional chord when he paid tribute to the late Paul Walker near the start of the show. The actor sang a part of "See You Again," Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth's song from Furious 7. It was an incredibly touching way to honor the star and definitely gave us chills.
2. Shailene Woodley's Best Performance speech.
Shailene Woodley is all about that role model status. While accepting her award for Best Performance, she gave a shoutout to John Green, who penned The Fault in Our Stars. She rightfully acknowledged him for affecting the lives of so many people.
1. Zac Efron grabbing Dave Franco's junk.
Hello, Best Duo acceptance speech! When Dave and Zac won for their roles in Neighbors, they went up onstage in character. Apparently, that means a little innocent groping, as evidenced when Zac grabbed Dave's crotch. Too far? Maybe. Memorable? Absolutely.
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