Five big moments from the show — MTV Movie Awards

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His costar, Michael B. Jordan, who played the villain Erik Killmonger, won Best Villain.

The Netflix original drama took home three of the evening's 14 awards, including Best Show.

"I still can't believe how much they paid me", Latifah joked.

Stranger Things also dominated the awards held at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, which was hosted by Tiffany Haddish.

This year, the Christian film "I Can Only Imagine" earned nearly twice "Love, Simon's" $41 million box office, despite a smaller budget and opening in far fewer theaters.

Love, Simon was a surprise hit in cinemas and was credited with being the first mainstream teenage film to feature a gay lead character and was lauded for helping young people come out. Its massive popularity overshadowed competing films like Wonder Woman and Avengers: Infinity War.

Outfitted in Jabari tribe garb, Haddish takes a break from her Groupon-discounted stay at the Wakanda Sheraton to battle T'Challa to grapefruiting.

Interested in MTV Movie Awards? However, he quickly acknowledged James Shaw Jr., who was in attendance, and gave the award to him.

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"So, this is gonna live at your house", Boseman said, handing over the award to Shaw Jr.

For the second straight year, "Stranger Things" walked away with Best Show and star Millie Bobby Brown won Best Actor in a Show. Noah Schnapp picked up Best Frightened performance.

Lady Gaga is five-foot two inches tall and still growing.

Meanwhile, Finn Wolfhard also won for Best On-Screen Team with his It co-stars.

Jurassic World and Avengers: Infinity War actor Chris Pratt was given the annual Generation Award, joining the ranks of previous winners Tom Cruise, Sandra Bullock and Will Smith.

During his acceptance speech for the coveted Generation Award, the "Guardians of the Galaxy" star told those in attendance - and those tuned in via the live broadcast - that "God is real".

The night included several performances, including by duo Halle Bailey, left, and Chloe Bailey of Chloe X Halle.

The Award goes to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair and of course, an awesome level of talent" - which yeah, describes Pratt, a man we sometimes forget is super Christian, and maybe just is Andy Dwyer but buff now (???). "If you don't, you'll suffocate". It's easy and it's so good for your soul.

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