Love, Simon has won Best Kiss at the MTV Movie & TV Awards

Love, Simon has won Best Kiss at the MTV Movie & TV Awards

He brought on stage James Shaw Jr., a 29-year-old electrician who overpowered a gunman who killed four people at a Waffle House outlet in Nashville in April to save the lives of more customers.

Just before handing him the award, Boseman said he was honoured to have won, but that it is more important to "acknowledge the heroes we have in real life".

The biggest surprise of the night, though, was when Haddish won the award for best comedic performance for Girls Trip, though are we really surprised?

"This is gonna live at your house", the actor told Shaw.

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Jordan won the prize for his performance as Killmonger in Black Panther, which he said he was shocked to win. Why?

Brown made headlines earlier this month for leaving Twitter "after users overlaid photos of her with homophobic messages, starting a viral trend depicting Brown as intolerant of marginalized communities", according to Variety.

"Hello, Zendaya", the excited "Stranger Things" star blurted out as he took the stage to accept the award for most frightened performance.

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Boseman invited Shaw onstage and continued his tribute, promising to gift Shaw with his award.

"I thought that was amusing".

"God is real. God loves you, God wants the best for you".

"You can live your dreams and you can be yourself".

She also appeared in a "Black Panther"-related skit with her "Girls Trip" co-stars Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith, which saw Tiffany lament not getting paid for their movie, while the others admitted they had received "dumb money", before dancing to TLC's "Waterfalls".

The event also hailed another LGBT work, giving writer Lena Waithe a Trailblazer Award for writing an episode of the Netflix series "Master of None" in which a character comes out to her family, as well.

"If you have to poop at a party, but you're embarrassed, because you're going to stink up the bathroom, just do what I do: lock the door, sit down, get all the pee out first. Believe that. I do", Pratt said.

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