MTV Movie & TV Awards winners! Euphoria sweeps FOUR popcorn trophies

MTV Movie & TV Awards winners! Euphoria sweeps up FOUR popcorn trophies including Best Show… while Spider-Man: No Way Home and Loki win big

HBO’s hit teen drama series Euphoria came away as the big winner at the 2022 MTV Movie Awards, taking home four awards.

The hit series won Best Show, Best Performance in a Show (Zendaya), Best Fight (Cassie vs Maddy) and Here For the Hookup.

Other big winners included Spider-Man: No Way Home, which took home Best Movie and Best Performance In a Movie (Tom Holland) and Loki, which also won Best Team and Breakthrough Performance for Sophia Di Martino.

Winner: HBO’s hit teen drama series Euphoria came away as the big winner at the 2022 MTV Movie Awards, taking home four awards

Performance: The hit series won Best Show, Best Performance in a Show (Zendaya), Best Fight (Cassie vs Maddy) and Here For the Hookup

Sophia: Other big winners included Spider-Man: No Way Home, which took home Best Movie and Best Performance In a Movie (Tom Holland) and Loki, which also won Best Team and Breakthrough Performance for Sophia Di Martino

The show kicked off with a montage of host Vanessa Hudgens being inserted into a number of movies and TV shows like Emily in Paris, House of Gucci and Top Gun: Maverick.

Stranger Things stars Eduardo Franco, Joseph Quinn, and Jamie Campbell Bower presented the award for Breakthrough Performance, which was awarded to Sophia Di Martino for Loki.

She beat out Alana Haim (Licorice Pizza), Ariana DeBose (West Side Story), Hannah Einbinder (Hacks) and Jung Ho-yeon (Squid Game). 

Congrats: The show kicked off with a montage of host Vanessa Hudgens being inserted into a number of movies and TV shows like Emily in Paris, House of Gucci and Top Gun: Maverick

Gucci: Vanessa Hudgens channels her inner House of Gucci for a skit during the 2022 MTV Movie and TV Awards

Presenters: Stranger Things stars Eduardo Franco, Joseph Quinn, and Jamie Campbell Bower presented the award for Breakthrough Performance, which was awarded to Sophia Di Martino for Loki

She accepted the award and said, ‘This is actually really heavy’ and setting the popcorn award down to continue her speech.

‘Thank you so much. Thanks, MTV. Wow. What nominees to be up against. I’m so grateful for this,’ she began.

‘I love playing Sylvie, and I was nine months pregnant when they offered me the job. My baby was three months old when we started filming, so it’s been quite a journey. So this really means a lot to me me,’ she said to applause from the crowd.

Heavy: She accepted the award and said, ‘This is actually really heavy’ and setting the popcorn award down to continue her speech

Grateful: ‘Thank you so much. Thanks, MTV. Wow. What nominees to be up against. I’m so grateful for this,’ she began

She also thanked Disney, Marvel, Loki director Kate Herron and he co-star Tom Hiddleston, ‘for just welcoming me so warmly and being so supportive all the way through.’

She also thanked the audience, adding, ‘It’s all for you, really. You are amazing. Thank you. Thanks for letting Sylvie into your imaginations. And thank you to my family, you’re always there when I need you and I always will so thank you.’

Taika Waititi presented an exclusive clip from his highly-anticipated Thor: Love and Thunder, where Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is looking for his magical hammer Mjolnir, which now answers to Jane Foster (Natalie Portman).

Thanks: She also thanked Disney, Marvel, Loki director Kate Herron and he co-star Tom Hiddleston, ‘for just welcoming me so warmly and being so supportive all the way through’

Audience: She also thanked the audience, adding, ‘It’s all for you, really. You are amazing. Thank you. Thanks for letting Sylvie into your imaginations. And thank you to my family, you’re always there when I need you and I always will so thank you’

Taika: Taika Waititi presented an exclusive clip from his highly-anticipated Thor: Love and Thunder

Hammer: The scene showed Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is looking for his magical hammer Mjolnir, which now answers to Jane Foster (Natalie Portman)

Scream’s Jenny Ortega presented the award for Best Music Documentary, which was won by Olivia Rodrigo for Olivia Rodrigo: driving home 2 u.

She beat out JANET JACKSON, jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy, Oasis Knebworth 1996 and The Beatles: Get Back.

‘Thank you so much MTV for this award. This album means so much to me and it was so fun to get to make a film that gives more context and meaning,’ Rodrigo began. 

Olivia wins: Scream’s Jenny Ortega presented the award for Best Music Documentary, which was won by Olivia Rodrigo for Olivia Rodrigo: driving home 2 u

Meaning: ‘Thank you so much MTV for this award. This album means so much to me and it was so fun to get to make a film that gives more context and meaning,’ Rodrigo began

‘Really, I made this for my fans, especially those that couldn’t come see me on tour. Winning this award is so special because it was voted for by the fans,’ she added. 

‘I’m so, so, so grateful for everyone who supported me, my music, and this film. I wouldn’t be here without you guys and the love that you guys have shown to me is so unbelievably meaningful and life-changing so this is all for you. Thank you, have a great night,’ Rodrigo concluded.

Halo star Pablo Schreiber presented the award for Best Villain, which was won by Daniel Radcliffe for The Lost City.

Fans: ‘Really, I made this for my fans, especially those that couldn’t come see me on tour. Winning this award is so special because it was voted for by the fans,’ she added

Daniel wins: Halo star Pablo Schreiber presented the award for Best Villain, which was won by Daniel Radcliffe for The Lost City

He beat out Colin Farrell (The Batman), James Jude Courtney (Halloween Kills), Victoria Pedretti (You) and Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man: No Way Home)

The actor was not present to accept the award, currently filming the Weird Al Yankovic biopic, though he did send a video message to fans.

‘Thank you so much for this award. Thank you to MTV, thank you to everyone that saw the movie and that voted,’ he began.

Filming: The actor was not present to accept the award, currently filming the Weird Al Yankovic biopic, though he did send a video message to fans

Voted: ‘Thank you so much for this award. Thank you to MTV, thank you to everyone that saw the movie and that voted,’ he began

This movie was so much fun to work on in the character was so much fun to play. For directors, all of those things make my job very, very easy. What makes my job easier is just being English. It’s the universally recognized accent of pure evil,’ he joked. 

‘I really should thank my parents to have the fortsight all those years ago to have me be British so I could be naturally evil enough to one day when this award,’ he joked. 

He also mentioned the leather pants he was wearing on location, mentioning it wasn’t a ‘personal aesthetic’ choice, it’s for work. 

Fun: This movie was so much fun to work on in the character was so much fun to play. For directors, all of those things make my job very, very easy. What makes my job easier is just being English. It’s the universally recognized accent of pure evil,’ he joked

Awkwafina presented the Comedic Genius Award to Jack Black, as they played a selection of clips from his movies throughout the years before Black came on stage to a thunderous ovation.

Comedic genius? Come on, are you kidding? For what? School of rock? Jumanji? Kung Fu Panda? Goosebumps? “Nacho Libre? Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny? My sweet dance moves on tiktok? What are we talking about? It’s ridiculous!’ Black said. 

‘I don’t deserve this, but I will take it, thank you, mtv. This is for all the school of rockers out there, and for all the Tenacious D-siples. And most of all, my amazing wife, Tanya, and our two incredible boys. I love you, I love you, I love you,’ he concluded.

Genius: Comedic genius? Come on, are you kidding? For what? School of rock? Jumanji? Kung Fu Panda? Goosebumps? “Nacho Libre? Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny? My sweet dance moves on tiktok? What are we talking about? It’s ridiculous!’ Black said

Take: ‘I don’t deserve this, but I will take it, thank you, mtv. This is for all the school of rockers out there, and for all the Tenacious D-siples. And most of all, my amazing wife, Tanya, and our two incredible boys. I love you, I love you, I love you,’ he concluded

Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney presented the award for Best Song, which went to Jennifer Lopez for her Marry Me song On My Way.

She beat out Here I Am (Singing My Way Home) (Jennifer Hudson from Respect), Just Look Up (Ariana Grande & Kid Cudi from Don’t Look Up), Little Star (Dominic Fike  from Euphoria) and We Don’t Talk About Bruno (Encanto Cast from Encanto).

‘Oh, my god! You guys, thank you so much for this award, MTV,’ adding she didn’t expect to win this, she was only expecting to be there for ‘later’ when she was presented with the Generation Award.

J-Lo wins: Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney presented the award for Best Song, which went to Jennifer Lopez for her Marry Me song On My Way

Thanks: ‘Oh, my god! You guys, thank you so much for this award, MTV,’ adding she didn’t expect to win this, she was only expecting to be there for ‘later’ when she was presented with the Generation Award

She added the song, ‘means a lot to me,’ adding, ‘it’s about fate and belief in every step of your journey even with mistakes are just a step in your yellow brick road and it makes me so happy that it touched your heart.’

She also thanked the songwriters, her producing partner Benny Medina, plus, ‘my whole family, and that you guys okay! None of this should be possible, I love you.’

Top Gun: Maverick star Tom Cruise appeared in a video message to the fans, thanking them for their support of the new sequel.  

Means a lot: She added the song, ‘means a lot to me,’ adding, ‘it’s about fate and belief in every step of your journey even with mistakes are just a step in your yellow brick road and it makes me so happy that it touched your heart’

Love: She also thanked the songwriters, her producing partner Benny Medina, plus, ‘my whole family, and that you guys okay! None of this should be possible, I love you’

‘I wish I could be there with you in person and I hope everyone is having a great time tonight. I’m truly honored to be celebrating top gun maverick. I mean, this film, this film was decades in the making and it’s finally out in the world and on behalf of the filmmakers and my incredible cast and crew of both the original film and top gun maverick, we just want to say a huge thank you to all the fans of these films and I think the only thing more exciting than it being in an f18 is bringing you guys along for the ride. So a little something extra for you all to enjoy. Again, thank you.

His co-stars Glenn Powell and Jay Ellis took to the stage to present the Best Fight award, which was won by Sydney Sweeney and Alexa Demie for the Cassie and Maddy fight in Euphoria.

They beat out Black Widow vs. Widows (Black Widow), Guy vs. Dude (Free Guy), Shang-Chi bus fight (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings) and Spider-Men end battle (Spider-Man: No Way Home).

Presenters: His co-stars Glenn Powell and Jay Ellis took to the stage to present the Best Fight award, which was won by Sydney Sweeney and Alexa Demie for the Cassie and Maddy fight in Euphoria

Sydney Sweeney accepted the award, though Alexa Demie wasn’t there to accept alongside her.

‘Thank you guys. Thank you so much. I wish Alexa was here so she could thank the amazing fans that we have because you all are so incredible,’ she said.

‘But I have to be honest, Maddy might’ve gotten the last punch but Cassie has never, ever been happier,’ Sweeney said, referencing a story line from Euphoria Season 2.

Thanks: ‘Thank you guys. Thank you so much. I wish Alexa was here so she could thank the amazing fans that we have because you all are so incredible,’ she said

Happier: ‘But I have to be honest, Maddy might’ve gotten the last punch but Cassie has never, ever been happier,’ Sweeney said, referencing a story line from Euphoria Season 2

David Spade and Sarah Shahi presented the award for Best Kiss, which went to Jackass Forever star Poopies, and his ‘kiss’ with a snake.

He beat out Hunter Schafer & Dominic Fike (Euphoria), Lily Collins & Lucien Laviscount (Emily in Paris), Robert Pattinson & Zoë Kravitz (The Batman) and Tom Holland & Zendaya (Spider-Man: No Way Home).

‘This is a dream come true. Huge thanks to MTV. This is crazy. Huge thanks to all the boys,’ said Poopies (real name Sean McInerney).

David and Sarah: David Spade and Sarah Shahi presented the award for Best Kiss, which went to Jackass Forever star Poopies, and his ‘kiss’ with a snake

Poopies wins: ‘This is a dream come true. Huge thanks to MTV. This is crazy. Huge thanks to all the boys,’ said Poopies (real name Sean McInerney)

‘Being a new cast member is not. It’s kind of weird up here alone, kind of weird accepting the award alone, but now that I’m a big time movie star, me and the snake broke up, and I found a new love,’ he said, as a number of men brought out a massive anaconda.

‘I’m so glad that then did not bite me just now. Thank you, everyone. Thank you MTV,’ he concluded.

Moon Shot star Lana Condor presented the award for Best Team, which was won by the Loki team of Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino and Owen Wilson.

New love: ‘Being a new cast member is not. It’s kind of weird up here alone, kind of weird accepting the award alone, but now that I’m a big time movie star, me and the snake broke up, and I found a new love,’ he said, as a number of men brought out a massive anaconda

Best Team: Moon Shot star Lana Condor presented the award for Best Team, which was won by the Loki team of Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino and Owen Wilson

They beat out Only Murders in the Building (Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, Martin Short), Spider-Man: No Way Home (Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire), The Adam Project (Ryan Reynolds, Walker Scobell) and The Lost City (Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, Brad Pitt).

Di Martino accepted the award, with Hiddleston and Wilson not present at the show, with the actress teasing they were getting ready for the second season.

‘I don’t have any room in my suitcase for this, I don’t know how I’m going to get them home. Thank you so much. Wow,’ she joked.

Accept: Di Martino accepted the award, with Hiddleston and Wilson not present at the show, with the actress teasing they were getting ready for the second season

‘I’ll accept this on behalf of those guys as well. Thank you so much to the audience for voting, it means everything. Thanks so much,’ she concluded.

Host Vanessa Hudgens introduced Generation Award recipient Jennifer Lopez, ahead of a video package of her films. 

‘Thank you. Thank you. I love you so much. You know, I look at those movies and I see all the wonderful people that I’ve been blessed to know and to work with. You’re only as good as the people that you work with and if you’re lucky they make you better. And I have been very lucky in that regard,’ she said.

‘As an actor I am not any of the women that I played but there is a part that is deeply true to me and each one of characters, and since you cannot create truth unless you really lived it, I have a different kind of list of thank yous tonight,’ she added. 

‘I want to thank all the people who gave me this life. I want to thank the people who gave me joy and the ones who broke my heart, the ones who were true and the ones who lied to me. I want to thank true love and I want to thank the way that I lied to myself because that was how I knew I had to grow. I want to think disappointment and failure for teaching need to be strong and my children for teaching me to love,’ she said as the crowd raucously applauded.  

‘I want to thank all the people who told me to my face or when I wasn’t in the room that I couldn’t do this. I really don’t think I could have done it without you,’ she added to more applause. 

‘And I know I couldn’t have done it without the fans who have seen the movies,’ she added, pointing at the fans in the crowd.

‘You are the reason that I am here. And I want to thank, I don’t usually do this very much but some of you who know me know this person, so I want to take this moment to do this. I want to thank Benny Medina. He doesn’t like me to talk about him. He likes to be I background,’ she said of her manager. 

‘If there is one person who believed in me from the beginning, from the first time I played him a raggedy little demo of a song that I wrote that day, he never let me stop believing in myself. You know when someone is at your side, you know when they’re there when you’re at your lowest and most hopeless point, you will never forget it and you never want to let them down? And there were times I think I kept on going more for you than for myself and I love you,’ she said of Medina.

She apologized for getting ’emotional,’ and added it was, ‘an honor to be able to connect with audiences, and because of all of you I will continue to hold onto that honor as long as I am around. I love you.’

She also thanked everyone at MTV for, making such an amazing platform for all artists, especially me,’ before speaking to boyfriend Ben Affleck and their kids.

‘And to Ben and everyone at home, wait for me to have dinner. I’ll be home by seven!’ she concluded.

Zendaya took home the award for Best Performance in a Show, beating out Amanda Seyfried (The Dropout), Kelly Reilly (Yellowstone) Lily James (Pam & Tommy) and Sydney Sweeney (Euphoria).

While she wasn’t able to accept the award in person, she did send along a video message for the fans. 

‘Hello, MTV Movie Awards. Thank you so, so, so much for this honor. Thank you so all the fans have shown so much love to Euphoria, it means the world to the cast and crew, the show mean so much to us and we really, really, really are so honored that it means so much to you so thank you for your love and thank you for this award,’ she said, adding, ‘I wish I could be there in person’ before blowing a kiss to the audience.

Lightyear star Chris Evans presented the award for Best Movie, which was won by Spider-Man: No Way Home, beating out Dune, Scream, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the 10 Rings, The Adam Project and The Batman.

Star Tom Holland delivered a video message for fans, stating, ‘I just wanted to say a massive thank you to all the fans around the world who voted for Spider-Man: No Way Home and voted for me.’

‘To be a part of that film, to show that film with you, to be in solidarity is honestly a dream come true. So thank you so much for making that happen and on behalf of everyone at Sony and everyone at marvel, our heartfelt thanks, and I’ll see you soo,’ Holland said.

Zendaya also delivered a video message, stating, ‘Thank you so much and on behalf of the Spider-Man: No Way Home family it we want to thank all the incredible fans who showed up and supported this film. 

‘I know it meant so much to all of you, it’s been such an incredible journey for all of us so thank you for allowing us to bring these characters to life and for all the love that you bring to them,’ she added. 

Hacks stars Hannah Einbinder and Megan Stalter presented the Most Frightened Performance, which was won by Scream’s Jenna Ortega.

She beat out Kyle Richards (Halloween Kills), Mia Goth (X), Millicent Simmonds (A Quiet Place Part II) and Sadie Sink (Fear Street: Part Two 1978).

‘Thank you. This is actually very, very sweet. Thank you to MTV, of course, and anybody who voted,’ she began.

‘Most important, my incredible cast and crew who truly are some of the most delightful people I’ve ever met,’ she added.

‘You guys made running from a serial killer and screaming buddy murder so much fun and I can’t wait to do it again,’ she concluded.

Bros star and writer Billy Eichner presented Best Comedic Performance, which was won by Ryan Reynolds for Free Guy.

While Reynolds wasn’t there, he enlisted Jackass star Steve-O to do his acceptance video for him, though it was revealed that Reynolds was standing right behind him.   

‘I’m accepting this award on Ryan Reynolds behalf because sadly, he wasn’t just unable to appear in person, he can’t even do his video acceptance speech. But he would like to thank Shawn Levy Jodie Comer, Lil Rel Howrey, Joe Keery,’ though when he screwed up a name, Reynolds corrected him.

‘And Free Guy was a very personal picture for Ryan, so it’s super meaningful for him to have his hard work recognized by the MTV Movie Awards. Anything else?’ Steve-O asked Reynolds.

‘I’ve always wanted you to kick me in the balls,’ Reynolds said, though Steve-O said, ‘Ryan, grow up, bro. We’re good,’ though Ryan added, ‘You forgot taika waititi. Thank you,’ as Steve-O apparently kicked him in the balls.

The Best Musical Moment Award went to Dance With Me from Heartstopper, beating out We Don’t Talk About Bruno from Encanto.

Tom Holland was also awarded Best Performance In a Movie over Lady Gaga (House of Gucci), Robert Pattinson (The Batman), Sandra Bullock (The Lost City) and Timothée Chalamet (Dune).

Scarlett Johansson was also named Best Hero for Black Widow over Daniel Craig (No Time to Die), Oscar Isaac (Moon Knight), Simu Liu (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings) and Tom Holland (Spider-Man: No Way Home).

Euphoria won Here For the Hookup over Never Have I Ever, Pam & Tommy, Sex/Life and Sex Lives of College Girls.

The final award of the show – Best Show – went to Euphoria, which beat out Inventing Anna, Loki, Squid Game, Ted Lasso and Yellowstone.

Sydney Sweeney accepted the award, stating, ‘Thank you guys, on behalf of everyone at Euphoria. We are so appreciative of everyone’s love and support. Thank you Sam Levenson, thank you HBO, thank you to the entire cast and crew who worked so hard and tirelessly, thank you.’

‘Love you guys, too, but without you this would not be possible so thank you for loving characters that might be hard to love sometimes because we do this for you and we love you and thank you,’ she concluded.

Host Vanessa Hudgens then tossed the mic to Tayshia Adams, who hosts the Unscripted portion of the program in the final hour.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars presented the Best Reality Return, which was won by Paris Hilton for Cooking With Paris and Paris in Love.

She beat out Bethenny Frankel (The Big Shot With Bethenny), Kylie Sonique Love (RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars) Sher (Sex On the Beach) and Tami Roman (The Real Housewives Homecoming, Los Angeles).

‘Thank you so much to my mom Kathy, my aunt Kyle, and all of the beautiful ladies on the stage. I am so honored to be up here right now to receive the award for two shows that I love so much and have had such an amazing time filming,’ Hilton began. 

‘At the beginning of 2020, I saw myself cooking my sliving lasagna in my kitchen for fun and posted on YouTube and that’s how “Cooking with Paris” was born,’ she added.

‘Netflix came on board soon after and brought it to life with all of my amazing friends and family cooking alongside of me. We had so much fun. It was definitely living,’ she added. 

‘And of course I could not be happier to take my fans on this incredible journey with “Paris in love” on peacock over the last year. I’ve love sharing my wedding story with all of you and I am so grateful to my husband Carter and my family for all of their love and support,’ she added.

‘I feel like the luckiest girl in the world getting to share my life in all different sides of myself with you over the years. It all started with The Simple Life” debuted in 2003, almost 20 years ago,’ she said, giving a shout-out to her Simple Life co-star Nicole Richie, adding, ‘Love you, Nicole!’

‘And I am just so excited for this next chapter ahead, thank you to all of my amazing fans, my little Hiltons, and to everyone who voted. And thank you, MTV. I love you all,’ she concluded.

Nick Viall and Tami Roman presented Best New Unscripted Series, which went to The D’Amelio Show, beating out Hart to Heart, Teen Mom: Family Reunion, The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip and Queen of the Universe.

Marc D’Amelio said, ‘Thank you so much for this incredible honor, when we move to L.A. As a family and agreed to do the show, we never imagined we would be standing on a stage like this accepting this incredible award.’

Heidi D’Amelio added, ‘There are so people that make The D’amelio show a success, and we are thankful to everyone at hulu and our awesome production staff that spent so much time with us this past year.

Charli D’Amelio added, ‘Thank you, mtv, and for all of the people who watch and voted and welcomed us into your homes, we really love sharing all of that and we have learned and are so grateful for you. [Cheers and applause] Without all of you guys, we — none of this would be possible at all, and I think that we are just so happy to be here and don’t take any moment for granted, it is all of our followers and fans and friends who have supported us on that journey that have gotten us here. So think you guys so much.’

Best Reality Fight went to Bosco vs. Lady Camden from RuPaul’s Drag Race, beating out Candiace Dillard Bassett vs. Mia Thornton – Salad toss fight, The Real Housewives of the Potomac, Christine Quinn vs. Chrishell Stause, Selling Sunset, Danielle Olivera vs. Ciara Miller vs. Lindsay Hubbard, Summer House and Margaret Josephs vs. Teresa Giudice, The Real Housewives of New Jersey.

Bosco accepted, stating, ‘Thank you, thank you, there is nothing on the teleprompter because I did not expect to win this.’

‘I would like to think Lady Camden for not being here so I can accept this alone. And I would like to thank all of you for apparently enjoying gay people!’ Bosco concluded.

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