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MTV Movie Awards 2013
Originally posted 04/16/2013 12:45PM
Selena Gomez isn't a kid anymore. Yet her first meeting with Brad Pitt almost turned into a game of hide and seek.
The singer and actress, 20, met the heartthrob actor, 49, for the first time at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards. And she was so starstruck that she barely held it together.
"I was in my dressing room, and I had just finished performing," Gomez says in an interview airing Tuesday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "And they knocked on my door, and they said Brad Pitt would like to come in. And I was like, well, he can come in!"
Originally posted 04/14/2013 11:55PM
With Rebel Wilson at the helm, the 2013 MTV Movie Awards delivered laughs, inspiring acceptance speeches and a highly anticipated trailer.
From Emma Watson's touching words to getting a glimpse of the latest Hunger Games film, here were our favorite moments of the night:
Originally posted 03/06/2013 12:00PM
This year's MTV Movie Award nominations were hot on Jennifer Lawrence, but colder on The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2.
Lawrence, 22, fresh off her Best Actress Oscar win, earned five nominations, including three with her Silver Linings Playbook costar Bradley Cooper for best musical moment, best kiss and best on-screen duo.
Django Unchained and Ted led the pack with seven nominations each.
But it was thumbs down for vampires Bella, Edward and Breaking Dawn, which received just one nomination – for Taylor Lautner, who received a nod for best shirtless performance.
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