MTV Movie Awards: 2000 Highlights

With a sexy 'Sex And The City' hostess, a 'Matrix' spoof and a heap of prizes for 'Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me,' how can you go wrong?


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Hostess of a hundred outfits Sarah Jessica Parker brings her slick Sex & The City style to the MTV Movie Awards.

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Coffee! Machine! Coffee! Machine! Tom Green leads the crowd in an absurd chant before joining Amy Smart in presenting the award for Best On-Screen Duo.

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Re-enacting the moment that got them the Golden Popcorn, Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar of Cruel Intentions celebrate their Best Kiss prize with a peck.

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Justin Timberlake and JC Chasez audition for Extreme Makeover with an unforgettable NSYNC performance of "It's Gonna Be Me."

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Though the physical resemblance is gone, the chemistry between Mike Myers and Verne Troyer is alive and well. Here they are, arm in arm, accepting Best On-Screen Duo for Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.

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Best On-Screen Duo winner and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me-star Verne Troyer is probably thanking his parents for their support, right?

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In case you were thinking maybe we just shot these photos in a McDonald's somewhere, D'Angelo's bare chest proves that impossible. Here he performs "Devil's Pie."

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Seth Green's secret identity is exposed. He's Wonder Woman. Rough.

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Matrix star Keanu Reeves owns the night, winning once for Best Male Performance and again for Best Fight.

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Sci-fi founding father George Lucas accepts Best Action Sequence honors for the pod race in Star Wars: Episode 1: The Phantom Menace

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Trey Parker and Matt Stone win Best Musical Performance for "Uncle F***a" from South Park South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut.

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Is Trey Parker sleeping? Is he crossing his eyes? Making a mad face? Some things we'll never know. But he definitely won Best Musical Performance.

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Producers Joel Silver and Jon Gaeta accept the Best Movie Golden Popcorn as stars Carrie-Anne Moss and Keanu Reeves look on.

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Joel Silver and John Gaeta (The Matrix) are the kinds of producers that you just have to see up close.

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