MTV Movie Awards 2012 Winners: Complete Results - Twilight Wins Best Movie

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    Actors Robert Pattinson (L), Taylor Lautner (C) and Kristen Stewart accept the favorite movie award for 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' at the 2011 People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles January 5, 2011.
By Brittney R. Villalva, Christian Post Reporter
June 3, 2012|11:36 pm

The "MTV Movie Awards" aired Sunday night, hosted by Russell Brand, and voted on by viewers.

The first award that was announced Sunday night was "Best on Screen Dirt Bag." On a list of male actors, Jennifer Anniston won the pot for her role in "Horrible Bosses."

"Do you know how long I have waited from someone to let me release my on screen dirt bad?" Aniston asked the crowd as she thanked everyone for her award.

The next award announced was "Break Through Performance" which went to "The Secret Life of an American Teenager" star Shailene Woodley for her role in "The Descendents."

"Hunger Games" actor and actress Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence took home both Best Male and Best Female Performance.

Kristen Stewart's wish didn't come true though, and she and Robert Pattinson won Best on Screen Kiss yet again. "I would love to see how someone else deals with it, to be honest," Stewart had said previously on an interview with MTV UK.

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Best Cast Award went to "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2," which was accepted by Emma Watson.

For Best On-Screen Transformation, the award went to Elizabeth Banks as Effie on the "Hunger Games."

Best Fight was also taken by "Hunger Games" for the battle scene between Josh Hutcherson and Alexander Ludwig. The award marked four victories for "Hunger Games," however "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1" still won the final award, the prestigious Movie of the Year.

The winners for Best Gut-Wrenching Scene and Best Comedic Performance were left out, as the show appeared to run over time.

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