Piers Morgan blasts Emma Watson over gender-neutral MTV Awards


Ever since the 2017 MTV and TV Awards announced they were switching to strictly non-gender specific categories, history was guaranteed to be made.

"The first acting award.that doesn't separate nominees based on their sex says something about how we perceive the human experience.This is very meaningful to me", she said.

Hindus have described; the American reality TV personality Farrah Abraham's appearance at "2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards" in Los Angeles on May seven wearing bindi on forehead and then reportedly boasting that she felt "freaking wonderful...and sexy!"; as "inappropriate" and asked for an apology.

"Stranger Things" star Millie Bobby Brown also won an award for best actor in a TV show ahead of "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke and "Atlanta's" star Donald Glover.

Then, pretending to turn on the waterworks, she said, "I shouldn't get emotional again because I, like, broke down in my speech".

"I loved playing someone who didn't listen to any of that".

Morgan said he couldn't think of a better recipient than Watson, who he called a "flag bearer for all things gender neutral".

One person who wasn't happy about the no-gender gong was Piers Morgan.

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Daniel Kaluuya and Milton "Lil Rel" Howery, the stars of surprise smash hit thriller "Get Out", got the prizes for "next generation" and best comedic performance respectively.

Jackman took home the Best Duo award for his role in "Logan".

The ceremony also was noteworthy for the way it nominated actors from both TV shows and movies in the same category. The Best Kiss award went to Ashton Sanders and Jharrel Jerome in the critically-acclaimed movie "Moonlight".

Vin Diesel, left, poses with The Fast and the Furious series co-stars Jordana Brewster and Tyrese Gibson after winning the Generation award.

"You guys, I am so happy", she said.

The horror hit "Get Out" led all nominees with six bids, including movie of the year.

Even one of the night's biggest awards couldn't escape a bit of mischief-making.

Amy Schumer, left, and Goldie Hawn harkened to the Oscars best-picture fiasco as they presented the MTV award for movie of the year.