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None of MTV Movie Awards’ Gay Kisses Involved Robert Pattinson

Last night the MTV network foisted its annual Movie Awards commercial extravaganza on the viewing public, which of course you didn’t watch because Twitter told you about all the important moments. But did anyone bother TwiPic-ing all the homosexual snogging for you?

There was Sandra Bullock kissing Scarlett Johansson (while Betty White looked on), and Russell Brand and Jonah Hill reenacting Dustin Hoffman and Jason Bateman’s kiss cam scene. This is evidence that MTV is totally down with the homos, you guys!

There are some other gay moments on the website Autostraddle, but Justin Bieber merely appearing in public does not actually qualify as a gay moment. Yet.

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10 Comments

  • PLAYS WELL WITH OTHERS

    I would have loved watching the MTV censor frantically trying to keep pushing the bleep button every time Peter Facinelli dropped the “fcuk” bomb……….

  • Rick Brannon

    And thank gawd for that.

    R-Pat = G-ross.

  • Bisexual Vampire

    This is very corny.

  • Rob

    The thought of Pattinson kissing anyone, male or female, slightly disturbs me.

  • Scott

    People still watch the MTV Movie Awards?

  • sam

    high five to all the people who understand that pattinson kissing anyone is a disturbing disturbing sight to see

    shudder

    fugly fugly fugly

  • alan brickman

    Taylor has gayface…thats why….

  • FrancoisTrueFaux

    @Scott: MTV still has a Movie Awards ceremony?

  • PLAYS WELL WITH OTHERS

    If ya need any proof as to the Gayness of Zac Efron did you see when him and Vanessa Hudgens were on the “kiss cam”. When the crowd egged him on to kiss her is was like a little boy being forced to kiss his “icky” girl cousin…………..

  • jason

    None of the people who kissed the same sex actually identify as gay. The whole thing is a sham, a tenuous ploy by MTV to make us think it’s on our side.

    It’s stunt central, and not an indication of genuine acceptance.

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