The 2014 MTV Movie Awards The Can’t-Miss Moments!


The 2014 MTV Movie Awards went down Sunday night in Los Angeles.

Hosted by Conan O’Brien and featuring appearances from stars like Channing Tatum, Zac Efron, a pregnant Mila Kunis, it was another interesting evening for MTV.

Keep reading to see the 5 moments that really stood out above the rest. Thank goodness for Zac!

1.) Conan Has A Lot of Famous Friends

Conan O’Brien broke the record for the number of celebrity cameos in an MTV Movie Awards open — recruiting help from Demi Moore, Andy Samberg, Taylor Swift, Seth Rogen, Adam Sandler and a whole lot more.

Which cameo was your favorite?

2.) Nick Lachey Dissed

Conan O’Brien’s opening monologue was all over the place, with digs at the set designer, a song with Adam Devine and, best of all, a Grumpy Cat joke made at Nick Lachey’s expense.

We love the 98 Degrees’ frontman’s reaction — check out the clip above.

3.) Zac Efron Makes Our Night

Forget about Best Movie, our favorite category is the Best Shirtless Performance — and Zac Efron proved why he deserved to win after Rita Ora ripped his shirt off on stage while accepting his award.

While he’s been in the headlines for some suspicious behavior lately, he’s definitely been working on his fitness. Damn, that body.

4.) “X-Men” Sneak Peek

Ellen Page showed up to premiere the first clip from “X-Men: Days of Future Past” — and it looks pretty amazing.

Featuring appearances from Bishop, Iceman, Kitty Pryde, Blink, Sunspot and Warpath, we got a look at some new and returning mutants in action as they take on some nasty Sentinels.

5.) Remembering Paul Walker

During a somber moment in an otherwise wild ceremony, Paul Walker was honored by his “Fast and Furious” costars Jordana Brewster and Vin Diesel.

Brewster gave a moving speech, which can be seen above, while Diesel remembered Paul in a video package shown to the audience.

“The world saw his magic onscreen, the world saw his philanthropic endeavors, I wish the world could have seen how special a brother he was,” he said.

He’ll be missed.

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