Kristen Stewart On Robert Pattinson's Other Ideas For Best Kiss Award Acceptance Speech

'He wanted to light a match while I was juggling and he was hula hooping,' Stewart says of Pattinson's alternate ideas for the MTV Movie Awards.

Without a doubt, one of the most talked-about moments of the 2010 MTV Movie Awards was Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's acceptance "speech" for winning the Golden Popcorn for Best Kiss. Fans loved the quick, awkward kiss Pattinson grabbed from Stewart onstage, but when MTV caught up with him backstage afterwards, he admitted that the stunt didn't work out the way they'd planned.

Apparently Pattinson had other ideas for ways the two "Twilight" stars could accept the award, so when MTV News caught up with Stewart at the press junket for "Eclipse," we couldn't resist asking her about them.

"He did have some pretty funny ones," she admitted. But when asked if she regretted not acting on any of Pattinson's ideas, she responded, "No, no, definitely not. I'm really glad that we didn't do his."

What was Pattinson's best suggestion, you might ask? It seems as if he took a page right out of the book of his upcoming film "Water for Elephants" for this one.

"He wanted to be hula hooping with a match in his mouth, and then he wanted to light a match while I was juggling and he was hula hooping, and he wanted to put it in my mouth and see if we could make our way over to each other ... it didn't really make a whole lot of sense to me," Stewart said with a laugh. "I was like, 'I can't juggle onstage in shoes. I can barely walk up the stairs.' "

Stewart didn't even make it to the stairs this year before she almost fell when she went up with Pattinson to accept the Best Kiss award. At least it was a bit more coordinated than last year's Movie Awards, when Stewart dropped her Golden Popcorn statue for Best Female Performance during her acceptance speech.

"What's really funny is I really, really don't try to do that stuff. I try to be [smooth]. This year especially, I was like, I'm just going to give them exactly what they want, I'm going to be totally cool, I'm going to thank everybody," she said. "I got up there, and I was like, 'Chris directed the movie, and he's awesome. Thanks.' And I had to get off, like that."

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