MTV Movie Awards: Zach Galifianakis And More Make Us Laugh For Best Comedic Performance

Luckily for your funny bone, 2010 had its share of hilarious comedies. And lucky for the actors starring in them, the MTV Movie Awards is here to celebrate just how funny they were.

That’s right, we’re here to talk about this year’s line-up of Best Comedic Performance nominees. We have some category regulars and some newbies, but all of them put their best foot forward so your sides split with laughter. Read on for a full list of the Best Comedic Performance nominees, then cast your vote for the winner today!

Zach Galifianakis, “Due Date”
Oh Zach Galifianakis, where do we start. Thank you for bringing us consistent comedy since you broke onto the summer comedy blockbuster scene in “The Hangover.” “Due Date” was worth it, if only for you.

Ashton Kutcher, “No Strings Attached”
Sorry Justin Timberlake, Ashton Kutcher stole the show with this friends-with-benefits comedy. The chemistry between him and Natalie Portman was killer in this romcom, and plus we loved the honesty in which “No Strings Attached” portrayed modern-day relationships.

Emma Stone, “Easy A”
There’s a reason Emma Stone is such a big deal this year: she’s freaking hilarious. Let’s just say we’ll never listen to “Pocket Full of Sunshine” the same way again.

Russell Brand, “Get Him To The Greek”
Bringing back his “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” loveable rock star Aldous Snow, Brand somehow managed not only to maintain the hilarity factor of the same character, but also to improve upon it. Whether he got to the Greek or not, coming along for the ride was all the humor we needed (or could handle).

Adam Sandler, “Just Go With It”
We just went with Sandler’s latest goof-out comedy, “Just Go With It,” and we sure are glad we did. Plus, the man managed to bring together Jennifer Aniston and Brooklyn Decker in one comedy, which we can’t complain about.

Cast your vote for BEST COMEDIC PERFORMANCE at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards right now!