MTV movie awards viewers’ choice award winners are chosen by fans through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram using #mtvawards. The nominees include such stars as Will Smith, Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Hanks, Ryan Reynolds, Adam Sandler, Channing Tatum, Taylor Swift and Beyonce among others. Let’s see below some of the celebrities that won viewer’s choice awards.
The singer received a total of 3 nominations for her 2017 performance at Superbowl 50, but she was awarded in all categories including Best Live Performer which earned her a total of 19 million votes.
J.J Abrams (2016)
For his directorial work on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, he was nominated for 4 awards one of which is Best Director and got a total of 5.8million votes from the American audience. He did not win any category.
Amy Schumer (2014)
She was nominated for 2 awards. One of them is Best Comedy Actress and she won it with a total of 30 million votes. Another nomination was Best Comedian where she got 13.9 million votes.
Leonardo DiCaprio (2013)
He had been nominated for different awards over the years like Best Actor – Drama for The Wolf Of Wall Street, Best Supporting Actor for Django Unchained, and Best Leading Actor for Inception and Titanic. However, he was only nominated once for Best Actor-Drama for Blood Diamond and did not win.
Meryl Streep (2011)
Her role in Doubt was nominated for Best Performance By An Actress in A Motion Picture and she won it with 10.4 million votes. Also, she was nominated for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy in 2011 for Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again! and she lost to Kristen Wiig in Bridesmaids.
Julia Roberts (2009)
She was nominated twice; Once for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama for Erin Brockovich and another time for best actress in a musical or comedy for August Rush. Both times she was nominated, she didn’t win either.
34creation for Batman Begins, another one was Best Adapted Screenplay for The Dark Knight and the third one was Best Cinematography. He did not win anything though.
Daniel Day-Lewis (2006)
He was nominated for five different awards; two of them were Best Actor-Musical/Comedy for Gangs of New York and Best Actor-Movie for There Will Be Blood. He also won an Oscar for his supporting role in there Will be blood.
Denzel Washington (2005)
He was nominated for four different awards. One of these is Best Actor-Action Movie for Training Day and he won, also he was nominated for Best Actor in a TV Series or Miniseries for Malcolm X and he won.
Kate Winslet (2004)
She was nominated for five different categories, however, she only won one. It was Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
John Cusack (2003)
He was nominated for only one award, that being Best Performance by an actor in a motion picture in 2003 for High Fidelity. He didn’t win it though.
Helen Mirren (2002)
She was nominated for four different categories: Outstanding Lead Actress – Motion Picture, Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Pictures, Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical/Comedy, and Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Supporting Role. Though she didn’t win any of those awards, she did get a Golden Globe Award as well as several BAFTA Awards.
Christian Bale (2001)
He was nominated for two different roles, which are Best Actor in a Motion Picture for American Psycho and Best Actor in a miniseries or movie made for television for The Machinist. He didn’t get either one of those nominations, but he did win an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for The Fighter.
Russell Crowe (2000)
He was nominated for six different categories at the 75th Academy Awards. He wasn’t able to win any of those awards.
Eddie Murphy (1999)
He was nominated for nine different categories at the 73rd Academy Awards. He lost all nine of them.
Sean Penn (1998)
He was nominated for eight categories at the 72nd Academy Awards. He won seven MTV viewer’s choice awards.
Kevin Kline (1997)
At the 71st Academy Awards, he was nominated for ten different categories. He didn’t win any of them. In addition, he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture, Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Television Film for Chicago Hope, Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy for Seinfeld, Best Director for Mississippi Burning, Best Writing for Original Screenplay for Mississippi Burning, and Best Writing for Original Screenplays for Lonesome Dove. However, he did not win any of them either.
In conclusion, the most successful actors have been Christopher Walken, who has been nominated three times, winning once with The Deer Hunter, Tim Robbins, who has been nominated twice and won once with Mystic Pizza, and Jack Nicholson, who has been nominated eight times. Do not forget to look for the latest online casino games.