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MTV Movie and TV Awards 2022: Viewers fume as Jackass star ‘pecks python’ on stage after winning best kiss award: ‘I am so glad that thing did not bite me’
Jackass stunt took home the best kiss award at the MTV Movie and TV Awards 2022 – with Poopies giving a huge snake a peck on stage.Yes, seriously.The big screen stunt – which was unveiled in the gang’s latest big film, Jackass Forever – was honored at this year’s ceremony, which was hosted at the Barker Hangar in LA.It included the stuntman taking part in The Quiet Game, where he attempted to kiss a snake without making a sound.The scene was victorious against Emily in Paris stars Lily Collins and Lucien Laviscount, Robert Pattinson and Zoë Kravitz in The Batman, Hunter Schafer and Dominic Fike in Euphoria, and Tom Holland and Zendaya in Spider-Man.Heading to the stage to accept the gong, Poopies joked that he had ‘split’ from that particular snake, before a team of animal wranglers carried a much bigger python on to the stage.He then lent in for a peck, with the snake attempting to move away – leaving the star-studded audience confused and terrified in equal measures.Before leaving the stage, he quipped: ‘I am so glad that thing did not bite me.’Those watching on from home were divided over the scenes, questioning why the snake had been taken out on stage.‘That poor snake. Just for a flipping laugh for one of those Jackass morons. #MTVAwards,’ one fumed.Another noted: ‘That’s a big freaken snake  #MTVAwards [sic].’‘AIN’T NO WAY IN HELL THEY GOT A REAL SNAKE UP IN THIS B***H #MTVAwards,’ a Twitter user said.A follower commented: ‘I hate that they brought out the snake for that BS.
Lily Collins laments 'end of an era' after watching dad Phil Collins' Genesis farewell
Phil Collins, 71, on social media as the legendary musician played his last show with Genesis. Fans of the Emily In Paris star were able to see a glimpse of the London show backstage after she uploaded some pictures from the O2 Arena.Lily, who boasts a huge 26 million followers on Instagram, hailed the performance as “the memory of a lifetime” as she thanked the rock band for “the memories''.The carousel featured a series of pictures and videos of the show, as well as two snaps of the actress sitting on top of a storage box branded “Genesis”.Lily captioned the post: ‘Tonite marks the end of an era.“To have witnessed this last show was truly the memory of a lifetime and an event I shall hold in my heart forever.“Endlessly grateful doesn’t begin to do it justice.“So much love was left on that O2 stage and an even bigger amount shared between an audience who didn’t want it to end.” (sic)Lily concluded: “Thank you @genesis_band for the memories, thank you dad for being such an inspiration and thank you @nic_collins for making me the proudest sister there is.“50 years of songs later and still generations more to celebrate you long after this tour has finished…”Fans of the musician replied to Lily’s lengthy statement by also gushing over the musician’s legacy.Collinandchase penned: “Your father will always be my forever musician of all!“To the point where my oldest son was named after him!!“So happy I was able to go to his concert in Long Island late last year!! He will always be the BEST!!!”Dino.massimo typed: “Thank you Phil for the last ~30 Years in my Life.“I will carry so many memories with me!”Michaelwoloszynowicz said: “One of the great bands in the world.