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Celebrities are used to having girls throw themselves at them--it's probably one of the reasons you've always dreamed about being a pro athlete or a Grammy-winning musician. But when fans take a turn towards Stalkertown, it's not cute, just freaky. Here are a few of the stalkers you can expect to encounter if you ever become famous.
1. The Hair Fetishist
As Wolverine, Hugh Jackman grows out a bunch of hair, but that doesn't mean he wants donations. This week, a crazed fan interrupted his workout at a New York gym, throwing a razor filled with her own pubic hair at him because A) she allegedly wants to be his second wife, not new wife, additional wife, and B) she's apparently not a fan of his current facial hair. Lady, this is not the way to get a man to shave.
2. The Kisser
Usually a celebrity's security team will prevent any physical contact with the public, but Vanessa Hudgens from "High School Musical" agreed to hug a female fan...who, mid-embrace, began kissing her neck. You won't actually want groupies once you realize that consent doesn't matter to them.
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Even if you don't watch "Mad Men," which just came back for its sixth season, you have to admire the miracle of physics that is Christina Hendricks. Her body never ceases to amaze, yet you get the feeling that she could (literally and figuratively) tear out your heart...which somehow makes her even hotter, as you can see from Unreality's gallery of her 15 finest photos. Like this one from the, uh, Golden Globes:
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(We don't know what's keeping that dress up, but it's clearly one of the strongest fabrics known to man...and possibly proof that God is a man.)
MORE: "The 15 Best Pictures Of Christina Hendricks"
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Harry MaCormack wishes Sterling Cooper had interns.
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Howard Stern is the self-proclaimed King of All Media. This was a title he anointed himself before the internet exploded, but we don't deny his success. In fact, if we had to sculpt a Mount Rushmore of Guy Code, rest assured, Stern's mug would be right on there. But we browsed through the list of people Stern follows on Twitter, and (like with Sylvester Stallone) couldn't help raising our eyebrows. Showbiz makes for strange bedfellows...
1. Martha Quinn
Quinn was one of the first MTV hires, back in the era when VJ's ruled the network. She'd intro videos by Duran Duran, A Flock of Seagulls and other '80s acts with hair that could stab birds mid-flight. On Twitter, Quinn sticks to her guns, tweeting about music most of us don't remember. We can only assume Stern follows her 'cause of the music news?
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We were pretty excited for the "Best Shirtless Performance" category at this year's MTV Movie Awards, until we realized it was only for male stars. How could Channing Tatum's or Taylor Lautner's pecs receive an honor, but no actresses's boobs?
It's probably too late to expand the category to include cinema's best breasts of 2012, but here are our five nominations. (Well, 10 technically.) Either way, we'll be watching on Sunday at 9 p.m. EST.
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Every time we fire up the Twitter machine and notice a celebrity's name is trending, we try to guess the reason. Most of the time the reason would make the person blush. Today, for example, Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin is trending 'cause he broke pitcher Zach Greinke's collarbone after getting hit by the ball. Not exactly why you want to become a trending topic.
This list covers pretty much every embarrassing scenario. Let's get to it.
1. Your sex tape leaked
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The caveat is if you leaked it intentionally to launch a career (the Kardashian rule).
Recent examples: Hulk Hogan, Former Miss Teen Delaware
Jamie Foxx is one of the few entertainers to win a Grammy, a Golden Globe, a SAG Award, a BAFTA Award and the Oscar. But those trophies are like kindergarten high-achievement stickers compared to the MTV Generation Award, which he'll receive at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards.
It's the highest honor at the ceremony, bestowed upon a performer who has helped define modern film. (Past recipients include Johnny Depp, Ben Stiller, Adam Sandler, Mike Myers, Tom Cruise and Jim Carrey.) No doubt Foxx deserves it for his exceptional body of work, which includes "Any Given Sunday," "Ali," "Collateral" and "Ray," just to name a few. And let's not forget the classic "Booty Call."
Oh yeah, Foxx is nominated for Best Male Performance for "Django Unchained." You can still vote for him (or the other nominees) before watching the broadcast Sunday at 9 p.m. EST.
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A lot has changed since the very first MTV Movie Awards all the way back in 1992. For starters, viewers were unable to vote for the winners via the Internet. We don't wanna lecture you on how life was back in the days of Heather B. and "Liquid Television," though. What we'd like to do is celebrate the 22nd Movie Awards with a trip down memory lane. Turn off the Super Nintendo, put aside your Jordan Dream Team jersey, and catch up on the winners/nominees/performers from the '92 Movie Awards.
You know how basically every standup comedian does an "AH-NOLD" impression? That's because this guy was bigger than big in action movies. Schwarzenegger set the standard and was awarded the Best Male Performance in "Terminator 2: Judgment Day." He continued to kick ass onscreen in "Last Action Hero," "True Lies" and "Eraser."
When he decided to hang up his action-flick boots, he was elected governor of California. Among many other bills passed, his most popular one was the legalization of (cough, cough) medical marijuana. Nowadays, Schwarzenegger is returning to films, but not without a little scandal in the form of knocking up his maid. That's a judgment day we'd want no part of.
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Quentin Tarantino's movies are pretty much for guys. Sure, "Kill Bill" and "Jackie Brown" feature badass women, but Tarantino understands the male psyche like few other filmmakers. Such is the case with MTV Movie Awards nominee "Django Unchained." But even though it's geared toward guys, not all the characters follow Guy Code. Here's an inventory of who upholds it...and who completely breaks it.
1. Django (Jamie Foxx)
The titular slave is a fiercely courageous man able to overcome his brutal past while keeping a cool head and still seeing the good in (certain) white people. Sold away from his beloved wife Broomhilda, Django's one goal is to make it back to her…though if he rights a few wrongs along the way, all the better.
2. Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz)
This German dentist and bounty hunter is a deeply moral follower of Guy Code who earns his living from rescuing slaves and killing wrongdoers. (Yeah, he hasn't exactly made a buck from dentistry in awhile.) When the good doctor hears Django's sad tale of Broomhilda, he becomes determined to mentor the man and help reunite the lost lovers. What a guy!
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There's a good chance you've so far avoided the 2013 MTV Movie Awards nominee "Magic Mike." Buff, scantily-clad male strippers prancing around to "It's Raining Men" probably just isn't your thing. (Well, not much, anyway.) And, that's fine, but you're actually depriving yourself of a great movie with at least five good reasons to watch it.
1. Steven Soderbergh
You've surely enjoyed his past work. From "Out of Sight" to "Traffic" and the "Ocean's Eleven" series, his movies always feature top-notch directing and cinematography; the dark and moody "Magic Mike" is no different.
2. Guy Code Values
"Magic Mike" also features a story that honors loyalty and friendship above all...even if Channing Tatum and Alex Pettyfer are frequently exhibiting these values while oiled up in bikini briefs. Hey, at least it'll get your girlfriend in the mood.
It's a classic move for guys: You take an object, any object--a cucumber, a two-liter soda bottle, a misshapen gourd--and hold it to your crotch, as if to say, "Check it out, it's my dick," and your friends laugh, even though it's been done hundreds of times before.
It never gets old. Want proof? At last year's MTV Movie Awards, Joe Manganiello held the Golden Popcorn up to his package near a swooning Elizabeth Banks. It was a bold move, but well-received. Who will have the guts and charm to pull it off this year? Here are five trophy-humping hopefuls.
If you thought it was creepy watching Seth MacFarlane's Ted at the Oscars, you're totally unprepared to watch him act out the first Golden Popcorn golden shower. After the "dirty Fozzie," he's unstoppable.
2. Taylor Lautner
Nominated for Best Shirtless Performance, Lautner continues to be a "Twilight" sex symbol. But maybe he's ready to make the jump from teen heartthrob to Hollywood bad boy. What better way to do it than by wearing the award as a codpiece, skeeving out his entire teenage girl fan base who'll think he's "soooo immature"?