When you flip through our photo gallery from Sunday's event, you'll see plenty of big names —
"Would you like to talk to [insert name here] from
"Awkward" not your thing?" No worries. Members of the new show "My Psycho Sweet Sixteen" were also made available.
2. Young stars trying to strike out on their own.
The red carpet is also a place to make your career ambitions known, so we were surprised to see Kendall Schmidt of
3. Fewer "Twilight" stars.
On any red carpet, you can expect to see at minimum one actor who has appeared in the "Twilight" franchise. Boo-Boo Stewart, for example, seems to show up at most events which he has seemingly little relationship to. Indeed, he was there Sunday night, but with the series winding down, there were fewer "Twilight" stars in attendance than usual — even though the last installment of the vampire series was named best film of the year. We did catch up with
"It's opened a lot of doors for waiters to ask me if it's OK to have garlic at a restaurant," he explained. "If I order the garlic chicken, they'll ask, 'Are you sure?' I love garlic, so it's very annoying."
4. An eclectic audience.
Inside at our seats, we found more MTV stars. To our left was none other than Evan from the "Real World/Road Rules Challenge." And behind us? A 5-year-old from
Literally. Three of the biggest celebrities in the tween world were no-shows at the award show. That meant Stewart was on her own onstage when she and Pattinson received the award for Best Kiss in "