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MTV Movie and TV Awards

Musician Lizzo performs.  REUTERS/Mike Blake

Musician Lizzo performs. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Musician Lizzo performs. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Captain Marvel actress Brie Larson accepts Best Fight award with her fellow stunt doubles.  REUTERS/Mike Blake

Captain Marvel actress Brie Larson accepts Best Fight award with her fellow stunt doubles. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Captain Marvel actress Brie Larson accepts Best Fight award with her fellow stunt doubles. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Musician Bazzi performs. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Musician Bazzi performs. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Musician Bazzi performs. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Elisabeth Moss wins for Best Performance in a show. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Elisabeth Moss wins for Best Performance in a show. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Elisabeth Moss wins for Best Performance in a show. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award from show host Zachary Levi. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award from show host Zachary Levi. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award from show host Zachary Levi. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Sandra Bullock wins Most Frightening Performance Award for "Bird Box".  REUTERS/Mike Blake

Sandra Bullock wins Most Frightening Performance Award for "Bird Box". REUTERS/Mike Blake

Sandra Bullock wins Most Frightening Performance Award for "Bird Box". REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Noah Schnapp, Gaten Matarazzo and Finn Wolfhard present. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Noah Schnapp, Gaten Matarazzo and Finn Wolfhard present. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Noah Schnapp, Gaten Matarazzo and Finn Wolfhard present. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Tessa Thompson presents. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Tessa Thompson presents. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Tessa Thompson presents. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Jada Pinkett Smith receives the 'Trailblazer Award.'  
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Jada Pinkett Smith receives the 'Trailblazer Award.' REUTERS/Mike Blake

Jada Pinkett Smith receives the 'Trailblazer Award.' REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Dan Levy wins Best Comedic Performance.  REUTERS/Mike Blake

Dan Levy wins Best Comedic Performance. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Dan Levy wins Best Comedic Performance. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Elisabeth Moss wins for Best Performance in a show.  
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Elisabeth Moss wins for Best Performance in a show. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Elisabeth Moss wins for Best Performance in a show. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Israeli actress Gal Gadot presents.  REUTERS/Mike Blake

Israeli actress Gal Gadot presents. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Israeli actress Gal Gadot presents. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Noah Centineo wins the 'Breakthrough Performance' award.  REUTERS/Mike Blake

Noah Centineo wins the 'Breakthrough Performance' award. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Noah Centineo wins the 'Breakthrough Performance' award. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Sandra Bullock wins Most Frightening Performance Award for "Bird Box."  REUTERS/Mike Blake

Sandra Bullock wins Most Frightening Performance Award for "Bird Box." REUTERS/Mike Blake

Sandra Bullock wins Most Frightening Performance Award for "Bird Box." REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Captain Marvel actress Brie Larson accepts Best Fight award with her fellow stunt doubles.  REUTERS/Mike Blake

Captain Marvel actress Brie Larson accepts Best Fight award with her fellow stunt doubles. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Captain Marvel actress Brie Larson accepts Best Fight award with her fellow stunt doubles. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Musician Lizzo performs.  REUTERS/Mike Blake

Musician Lizzo performs. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Musician Lizzo performs. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Jada Pinkett Smith receives the 'Trailblazer Award.'  
 REUTERS/Mike Blake

Jada Pinkett Smith receives the 'Trailblazer Award.' REUTERS/Mike Blake

Jada Pinkett Smith receives the 'Trailblazer Award.' REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award.  
  REUTERS/Mike Blake

Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award.    REUTERS/Mike Blake

Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Actor Dwayne Johnson receives the Generation Award. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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