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MTV Movie Awards 2012: Jennifer Aniston and Shailene Woodley Are Early Winners

June 4, 2012 (1:29 am) GMT
Aniston grabs the Best On-Screen Dirt Bag award for her role in 'Horrible Bosses', while Woodley wins the Breakthrough Performance prize for her role in 'The Descendants'.
MTV Movie Awards 2012: Jennifer Aniston and Shailene Woodley Are Early Winners

The 2012 MTV Movie Awards has just been kicked off on Sunday evening, June 3 at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City. The first winner at the annual prize-giving event was who won the Best On-Screen Dirt Bag award.

Presenting the kudo for Aniston were "" co-stars and who told a heckler to "f***-off!" Aniston herself grabbed the prize thanks to her role as a sex-crazed doctor in "".

Donning a leather dress, Aniston said upon receiving the award, "Do you know how long I've tried to let someone unleash my on-screen dirt bag?" She added, "I would like to say thank you to the TV show 'Friends' for letting me unleash the inner sweetheart. And here's to Seth Gordon for letting me be a dirt bag."

The other early winner was , who bagged the Breakthrough Performance gong thanks to her role as 's daughter in "". The award was presented by and her boyfriend who made a "" entrance a little like the Broadway show.

More winners will soon be revealed at the ongoing MTV Movie Awards, which is hosted by . In a rare move for the annual show, this year's MTV Movie Awards was opened by a live music performance by , who delivered their single "We Are Young" along with .

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