MTV Movie Award 2015's 10 Best and Worst Moments

From Schumer's self-pleasure shout-outs to dueling De Niros, here are the highlights and lowlights of last night's show

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Worst: Shailene Woodley's Ad-Libbed Trailblazer Award Speech
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Worst: Shailene Woodley's Ad-Libbed Trailblazer Award Speech

Woodley kicked things off with such a warm and sincere acceptance for her Best Actress win (the first of many), that it was surprising to see her stumble here. She vaguely quoted Emma Stone, who won the same award three years ago, and then got a little tongue-tied when trying to sort out something to the effect of being "pillars" in one's community. It was a word she repeated three more times before concluding with a corny joke that she'd road-tested on the red carpet about not being allowed to say "blaze on." (Is she watching the same show as the rest of us?!) Anyway, hey, everybody gets nervous, and it was clear the young actress had something meaningful she wanted to say. It just would have been nice for Woodley to share more articulate, perhaps slightly more prepared thoughts up at the podium.

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