MTV Movie Awards mad moments: Bai Ling's dress, Channing Tatum's twerking & more
Questionable outfits, questionable antics, questionable host... this year's awards ceremony had them all
ENTER THE DRAGON
MTV Movie Awards gave the Best WTF Moment honour to Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne in comedy Neighbors (2014).
If there had been one for red carpet fashion, Chinese-American actress Bai Ling would have been a shoo-in.
With a near-backless gold armour-like top, a skimpy black mini skirt and a gigantic gold dragon draped over her shoulder, the 48-year-old scored top marks for this #fashionfail.
The MTV Movie Awards 2015 ceremony was a strange affair, remedied by occasional heartfelt and hilarious moments.
We look at this year's highs and lows during the show held on Sunday night (Monday morning Singapore time) at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.
It warmed our hearts to see daddies with their children at the awards show.
The Avengers' Mark Ruffalo arrived with his 10-year-old daughter Bella Noche in matching tuxedos, while director-producer Judd Apatow was accompanied by his daughter Iris, 12.
Not to be outdone, Comedic Genius Award recipient Kevin Hart was with his children Heaven, 10, and Hendrix, 8. Both followed their father onstage to receive the award.
Stand-up comedienne Amy Schumer had one job - and it was not to deliver forced, unfunny jokes as host of the night.
Even Jennifer Lopez looked puzzled when the 33-year-old described 2014 thriller Gone Girl as "the story of what one crazed white woman - or all Latinas - do if you cheat on them".
Her other baffling jokes included announcing Hillary Clinton (who launched on Sunday her campaign to run for the US presidency) as Zayn Malik's replacement in One Direction, claiming she lost her "Diverginity" when she was 17 and revealing that her superpower is the lack of a gag reflex.
I'm sorry, are we all 16?
Paying tribute to his late friend and co-star Paul Walker, Furious 7 actor Vin Diesel sang a heart-rending version of See You Again by US rapper Wiz Khalifa and US singer Charlie Puth, off the movie soundtrack.
"The last time I stood on this stage, I was with my brother, Pablo (Spanish for Paul)," he said.
US singer Jennifer Lopez was not content with bagging the Best Scared-As-S**t Performance for her role in thriller The Boy Next Door.
Lopez, 45, cheekily asked Channing Tatum and his co-stars from the movie Magic Mike XXL, who presented her with the award, for a dance preview.
"We're not gonna get a little dance number? Nothing?" Lopez asked.
Tatum then obliged and showed off his stripper twerking skills.
Oh, thank you for doing us that favour, JLo.
BOYS WILL BE BOYS
Taking home the Golden Popcorn for Best Duo for their roles in Neigbours, Zac Efron and Dave Franco also proved to be the strangest duo onstage.
After accepting the award in outfits true to their characters in the movie, Franco parted Efron's unbuttoned shirt to pinch his nipple, while Efron made a grab for Franco's "junk".
The Fault In Our Stars' main stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort may have scored the Best Kiss award, but host Schumer and model Amber Rose gave them a run for their money.
The pair locked lips for the event's Kiss Cam.
Rose, who is separated from Wiz Khalifa, later posted a snap of the snog on Instagram with the caption "I'm def half lesbian after my makeout sesh with @amyschumer".
Shailene Woodley, the big winner that night, also took home the Best Female Performance and Trailblazer awards.
Before presenting the 23-year-old with the special Trailblazer award, her good friend, actor Miles Teller, dished some little-known facts about her.
The Whiplash star, 28, had let on that his "wonderful, magnificent" friend is dismissive of fame, choosing to live "out of her suitcase" after giving her grandmother her house and getting rid of her car.
And it is true: She hikes a long way to get potable water.
In her acceptance speech, Woodley mentioned previous Trailblazer award winner Emma Stone and urged everyone to "traiblaze on".
Best Female Performance
Shailene Woodley (The Fault In Our Stars)
Best Scared-as-s**t Performance
Jennifer Lopez (The Boy Next Door)
Best Comedic Performance
Channing Tatum (22 Jump Street)
Robert Downey Jr
Zac Efron and Dave Franco (Neighbors)
Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort (The Fault In Our Stars)
Best Male Performance
Bradley Cooper (American Sniper)
Comedic Genius Award
Movie of the Year
The Fault In Our Stars