Movie Awards Tip To Celebs: Pass (And Drop) The Golden Popcorn!

'Let it slip. It's no problem!' laughs Suz-Anna Dela Rosa, in search of good post-show gossip.

If there's one request Suz-Anna Dela Rosa, the woman in charge of handling the Movies Awards' Golden Popcorn trophies, has for celebs as they prepare for Sunday's big show, it's please, please drop the Popcorn.

It all started back in 2009, when Kristen Stewart dropped the Golden Popcorn statue she'd just received for Best Female Performance in "Twilight." The starlet was awkward (and adorable) about the misstep, and the moment is now part of MTV Movie Awards history.

Fast-forward to 2010: no dropped awards. Apparently last year's celebs didn't want to repeat KStew's stumble, so they came prepared — with steady hands and good balance. And, of course, that was a good thing, except that it meant Dela Rosa didn't have too many juicy celeb anecdotes for us when we asked her to dish some dirt after the show. Stewart's slip in '09 had gotten us a cute story about how the "Breaking Dawn" star asked Movie Awards staff for her

She even suggested that stars give the audience a little fake-out, a tease. "Drop it. Let it slip. It's no problem!" she joked.

With Jim Carrey set to present at the Movie Awards and Jason Sudeikis as the show's host, she may get her wish.

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