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MTV Movie Awards 2014: The night's big winners plus Zac Efron's striptease

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire took home the top prize of Movie of the Year at the MTV Movie awards 2014. The show was hosted by Conan O' Brien and proved to be highly entertaining with prizes a little different than those we are used to from the Oscars, the Globes and the BAFTA's, not least an award for Best Shirtless Performance which went to Zac Efron.

Efron stole the show with the help of Rita Oro. After being presented with his award he said "I really don't know what to say, but thank you so much to my fans". This was when Oro kindly stepped in and helped Zac remove his shirt. The crowd went wild as Efron flexed and even double saluted his fawning fans.

Mila Kunis took home an award for the Best Villain for her performance in Oz the Great and Powerful. She even managed to gave a shout out to her younger self in her acceptance speech saying "You just made my 12-year-old self's dream come true".

Channing Tatum won the Trailblazer award in recognition of his rapid rise to Hollywood stardom. Tatum will be appearing soon in the latest Jump Street film, 22 Jump Street. His partner in crime in that movie, Jonah Hill, also was recognised by MTV on the night winning best comedic performance for his part in the Wolf of Wall Street.

Mark Wahlberg was presented with the MTV Generation Award and during his acceptance speech he had a little fun. Wahlberg said "I know what this really means,You're done! Many people have gotten this award before. Jim Carrey, Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston. And you know what they all have in common? They're all old. This is the too old to come back award!".

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It was recogniniton time for the stars of the second Hunger Games movie too as Josh Hutcherson picked up Best Actor while Jennifer Lawerence won for best actress for her role as Katniss Everdeen in the highly successful film.

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