Actors from "Shadowhunters, ' '13 Reasons Why, ' and 'Stranger Things" all turned out for the newly branded MTV Movie & TV awards.
One pin showed a blue ampersand, which shows support for the LGBT community. "We must stand in solidarity", the GLAAD website states.
Actor in a Movie: Emma Watson, Beauty and the Beast.
Brown celebrated Eleven as a "badass female" after beating Emilia Clarke in Game Of Thrones and Jeffrey Dean Morgan in The Walking Dead. She even started tearing up while onstage. And I'm sure this moment was not only a lovely one for the two of them, but also for the millions of other women who tuned in and were lucky enough to catch it. "I want to thank the cast and crew, who have become my family". You guys, I love you'.
The 27-year-old went on to address why she specifically was honored with the award despite her rough competition.
MTV billed Sunday night's Movie & TV Awards as the year's biggest party, but this party also made a serious statement with its new policy of breaking down gender barriers in its new format, as men and women competed jointly in the acting categories.
Asia could not have been more excited and proud to present the first gender-free award of the night, and their big smile says it all. Franchise producer and film star Vin Diesel accepted the award and called his "family", fellow actors Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson and Michelle Rodriguez, on stage to join him.
Ashton Sanders and Jharrel Jerome just won the iconic Best Kiss award at the MTV Movie And TV Awards in LA!
The British model-turned-actress, 24, painted her bare head silver at the recent Met Gala. "It's a lot different from Season 1, you're going to like it a lot more than Season 1".
Things quickly got hot when a lamp was knocked over and a set of stairs caught on fire - although it was all part of the show.
Hero: Taraji P. Henson, Hidden Figures.
"The Daily Show" host also took a moment to acknowledge France's momentous election, where centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron won the popular vote, defeating right-wing candidate Marine Le Pen, saying, "Thank you to France for making the right decision".