Doing away with old school notions of a gender binary, MTV's gender-neutral categories allowed for some really exciting new awards to appear on the roster and one exciting break-through to be made in the area of acting awards, like Emma Watson's win for Best Actor In A Movie. A non-binary person is someone who doesn't identify with either gender.
Taking to the stage to pick up the award, she was overcome with emotion and commented, "The first acting award... that doesn't separate nominees based on their sex says something about how we perceive the human experience". Accepting the award during Sunday's telecast of the MTV awards, an emotional Brown said she was honored to play "a badass, female, iconic character" on the Netflix show.
Despite glowering skies and dime-size hailstones, MTV was heralding the start of the summer viewing season with its shindig. In particular, MTV TV & Movie Awards isn't the first professional event to introduce gender-neutral nominations.
Inside, it was dry (except for flowing cocktails in the audience) as Adam Devine hosted the proceedings. In the press room, dry socks and T-shirts were distributed to sodden members of the media.
Daniel Kaluuya and Milton "Lil Rel" Howery, the stars of surprise smash hit thriller "Get Out", got the prizes for "next generation" and best comedic performance respectively. Eleven is tough, but she's not you, you know?
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"- Black dudes don't mess with you", said Howery, whose character in the film has good reason to be scared of hers. "Thank you for educating me in such a patient, inclusive way".
Trevor Noah ("The Daily Show") won Best Host, defeating Ellen DeGeneres, John Oliver, RuPaul and Samantha Bee, while "RuPaul's Drag Race" was dubbed as the Best Reality Competition.
"This is so exciting, thank you so much", Condon said.
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The Bill Condon-directed movie won the top film honour beating the fellow nominees including "Logan", "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story", "Get Out" and "The Edge of Seventeen", reported Ace Showbiz.