By Travis August 06, 2013 @ 10:00 AM
The MTV Music Video Awards will air on August 25, and according to this new promo, Maxim’s hottest woman, Miley Cyrus, is probably going to show up and perform her huge hit, “We Can’t Stop.” Or maybe she’s just going to stand around and twerk while all of the other presenters and performers come to the stage and pretend that anyone has watched an actual music video other than Robin Thicke’s nudity-filled “Blurred Lines” this year.
Either way, I’ve never been so excited to see the subway car arrive in my entire life.
By Travis March 06, 2013 @ 9:00 AM
America teenagers are really stupid (See: the success of Nicki Minaj and Justin Bieber) and MTV is run by people who are very good at taking advantage of that stupidity. So despite the fact that no intelligent adult has watched the MTV Movie Awards in at least 10 years, the network confidently announced the nominees yesterday of its annual celebration of actors who will show up to anything.
In case you needed a reminder that the MTV Movie Awards cater to the lowest common denominator, here is an actual clip from the network’s press release:
Keeping with the show’s tradition of celebrating current cultural memes, this year’s telecast will introduce two new categories. Abdominally blessed nominees Channing Tatum (Magic Mike), Taylor Lautner (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2), Daniel Craig (Skyfall) and Christian Bale (The Dark Knight Rises) will sweat it out against fan-favorite stuffed bear Seth MacFarlane as Ted for the crown of “Best Shirtless Performance”…
Best Shirtless Moments. Four guys. Shit’s weak, MTV.
If it wanted to attract more viewers – specifically males – MTV would give Olivia Wilde a lifetime achievement award every year and then just show her stripping and lesbian scene with Ashley Greene in Butter for two hours.
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By brendon December 09, 2009 @ 12:46 PM
It’s possible this fancy gentleman was offended by a young lady wearing a hat indoors, and in this clip he’s saying, “Madam please remove your hat” in accordance with Jim Nortons Hat Removal Service, but more likely is WHATTHEFUCKWASTHAT!
MTV is getting tons of very justified criticism for their new show “Jersey Shore”, and not just from groups offended by what they consider Italian stereotypes, but because of the preview clip during the closing credits showing female castmate Snookie getting punched in the face. Hard.
Domino’s Pizza has already pulled their ads from the show, and others are threatening to do the same. I’m no PC homo but it’s sort of amazing they would show a clip of a girl getting punched in the face. Although to be fair to the dude I wanted to at least smack her in the head and I was barely even paying attention.