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2011 MTV Movie Awards: Robert Pattinson and Justin Bieber Are Early Winners

June 6, 2011 (1:53 am) GMT
The Edward Cullen depicter wins Best Male Performance, the 'Baby' hitmaker is awarded with Golden Popcorn for Best Jaw Dropping Moment.
2011 MTV Movie Awards: Robert Pattinson and Justin Bieber Are Early Winners

The star-studded MTV Movie Awards has been officially kicked off by a "Hangover" parody played by and . The "" cast member then appeared on stage to deliver a monologue which pokes fun at young couple and as well as among other.

Next, "" couple and came on to the stage and laughed off their dating rumor by feeling each other up to prove how "platonic" they are. The two actors announced the winner for Best Male Performance and it was presented to for his portrayal as vampire Edward in "".

He beat his " Saga" co-star , (""), (""), ("). "I really didn't think I was going to win," he said when collecting the Golden Popcorn. "I hope to see you all again next year."

, and took the stage to present Best Villain to for his role as sneering and pompous Draco Malfoy. He won over (""), (""), ("") and (""). "This is very cool. This will look very nice in my downstairs toilet," he said before adding that the final movie is worth the wait.

The third trophy of the evening was given to Bieber ("") by , and Nick Swardson. The Canadian singer won Best Jaw Dropping Moment, pushing aside (""), and (""), and Steve-O (""). Humbled by his win, Bieber said, "I couldn't let down my fans."

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