Nicole Arbour

The Most Epic Fails Of 2015: Sneak Peek

From that 'Dear Fat People' video to stage goofs, watch 'Epic Fails of 2015' on MTV on Thursday at 11 p.m. ET.

From Lenny Kravitz accidentally exposing himself to a magazine blatantly photoshopping Zendaya to make her skinnier, there has been a crockpot of moments this year that had us furrowing our brow in confusion, shouting "WTF" or maybe just chuckling at someone else's expense.

MTV is calling those moments "Epic Fails of 2015" and is honoring them with a special, airing Thursday at 11 p.m. ET.

Let's take a peek at some of those fails before Thursday's show:

  1. Michael Clifford falling off stage

    Let's start with the simplest of the simple, the easiest fail to poke fun at: a good ol' fall. 5 Seconds of Summer's Michael Clifford disappeared off stage at the BBC Radio 1 awards in November. Thankfully, he was fine, and he sent out a tweet afterward to acknowledge his clumsiness.

  2. Talk show hosts giving Cara Delevingne 'tude

    When actress Cara Delevingne went on “Good Day Sacramento" to promote "Paper Towns," they had the gall to ask her if she'd read the movie's source material. When they didn't get a pleasant reaction to their awkward as f--k question, they continued to tell her she should take a nap and that she was in a "mood." *Cringe*

  3. Nicole Arbour being mega offensive in 'Dear Fat People'

    Jaws are still being scraped off the floor after YouTube personality Nicole Arbour went OFF in a video about how some people take up too much space. After immediate backlash, her channel was suspended temporarily, and it sparked more talk about body positivity.

  4. John Travolta kissing Scarlett Johansson

    What in the world? In an out-of-nowhere move, J.Trav slithered up to Scar Jo on the 2015 Oscars red carpet. John just wanted a kiss. Scarlett later defended the photo saying it was weirdly timed and that "it is always a pleasure to be greeted by him."

  5. Rachel Dolezal

    In one of the most bizarre stories of the year, former president of the Spokane, Washington, chapter of the NAACP revealed that she was not actually a black woman, although she identifies as one. Many people couldn't wrap their heads around why she lied about her race, but Rihanna, actually, said she was "a bit of a hero."

Check out "Epic Fails of 2015" with MTV on Thursday, Dec. 17, at 11 p.m. ET.