Sandra Bullock stole the show at Sunday night’s MTV Movie Awards by sharing a stage smooch with Scarlett Johansson — and Gatecrasher hears the lip-lock was all Sandy’s idea.
“Scarlett was originally supposed to present a different award with Zac Efron, but when Sandy heard Scarlett would be there, she reached out to her,” says an insider. “It was a preplanned, scripted kiss the producers knew about – and it was Sandra’s camp’s idea.” The pair talked about their presenting tactic the night before at the Spike TV Guys Choice Awards.
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For the second time in as many days, Sandra Bullock stepped before the public, looking radiant and collecting awards.
Sunday night her prize was the Generation Award, presented at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards and marking her first televised appearance since the March 7 Oscars and the domestic drama that followed.
Defining the Generation Award as something that goes to “old people” who are clearing out to make way for younger ones, Bullock told the crowd inside Universal City’s Gibson Amphitheater, “That’s not going to happen. I’m staying. Because no matter what you might have seen or heard or read lately, I love what I do. And I’m not going anywhere.”
Further clearing the air, Bullock, 45, said in response to what may have been reported about her, “One, I’m not dead. Two, everyone has cellulite, not just me. Paparazzi need more flattering lenses. And whoever established the high road and how high it should be should be fired.”
Great news, people!
Sandra Bullock will attend the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, JustJared.com has confirmed.
The Oscar-winning actress will receive the “MTV Generation Award” for her diverse contributions to the film industry and for entertaining generations over the last two decades. Sandra will be the first female recipient to be honored with this award! (Tom Cruise, Jim Carrey, Spike Lee, Mike Myers and Adam Sandler have all won in previous years.)
Parks & Recreation funnyman Aziz Ansari will host the ceremony from the Gibson Amphitheatre on June 6 in Universal City, Calif. [ Source ]
Help choosing the 2010 MTV Movie Awards nominees until April, 9. You can vote every day on the links below:
• Best Kiss – Sandra Bullock & Ryan Reynolds – The Proposal
• Best Female Performance – Sandra Bullock – The Blind Side & The Proposal
• Best Comedic Performance – Sandra Bullock – The Proposal
• Global Star – Sandra Bullock
• Best Movie – The Proposal & The Blind Side