Fast and loose and all over the place.
That's the vibe of Sunday's MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, a blockbuster-friendly awards show with winners selected by fan votes.
Jared Leto continued his winning streak for Dallas Buyers Club, picking up an award for best onscreen transformation. Like many attendees, Leto arrived in the nick of time from the Coachella music festival.
"Is anyone going back to Coachella? Because I need a ride back," he said. How has life changed since winning at the Oscars? "Robert Redford called me the other day," he said backstage, saying the legendary actor and director gave him some advice.
Later, Josh Hutcherson won best male performance for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and Jonah Hill took home best comedic performance for Wolf of Wall Street. "I used to watch this awards show at home with all my friends," said Hill, grasping his golden popcorn.
The best villain even turned green. "I just realized I was the only woman nominated. And I won!" said Mila Kunis, who earned the award for her Wicked Witch in Oz: The Great and Powerful. The engaged star covered up her small baby bump in a short black dress with a drop waist.
The best shirtless prize went to Zac Efron, who attempted to pick up the award fully clothed, until presenter Rita Ora ripped his denim shirt open to reveal his killer six-pack.
As always, the ever popular "Best Kiss" and "Best Fight" categories reigned.
"I've combined them into one amazing award!" said host Conan O'Brien in his opening monologue, rolling a sequence of himself and Will Arnett fighting while blowing kisses to each other.
The real best kiss went to the stars of We're the Millers. Young star Will Poulter accepted the statue for his double makeout with Jennifer Aniston and Emma Roberts. "Dating two women is hard," he cracked, while pretending to get a stern text from Aniston.
O'Brien made sure to continuously tip his hat to the MTV generation, even inviting Grumpy Cat to sit in the first row. "(He's) asleep. A human being is performing for a sleeping pet," said O'Brien in disdain. "This is the end of civilization as we know it."
The host also threatened to play long speechmakers off — not with music, but with nude selfies of himself — and debuted Oscar-winning Vines.
"If you didn't have time to see the big movies we're celebrating here tonight … we've distilled them down to six-second Vine videos," he said, rolling truncated versions ofWolf of Wall Street and American Hustle.