Fifth Annual Guys Choice Awards

They give out awards for almost anything these days…Biggest Ass Kicker and Best Girl on Girl Scene? That’s the Fifth Annual Guys Choice Awards for you.

Movie Extra has created a Facebook page for the Fifth Annual Guys Choice Awards, set to air in July. Polling is open for Aussie talent in polling categories such as ‘Favourite Aussie Larrikin’ and ‘Hottest Sheila’ -although there isn’t any suggestion these will play a role in the ‘man-tastic’ awards night. No sign of Biggest Mysoginist?

The awards are based on voting by fans and viewers of Spike, a division of Viacom.

The star-studded event will bring together Hollywood’s hottest leading ladies, premier action stars and standout comedians to honour the most ‘man-tastic’ achievements of 2011. Not your usual award ceremony, The Guys Choice Awards presents a host of unique accolades with categories including Biggest Ass Kicker and Best Girl on Girl Scene.

Last year saw George Clooney receive the highly sought after golden ‘mantlers’ for Guy of The Year, with Jessica Biel taking home The Holy Grail of Hot. This year’s nominees Mark Wahlberg, Mark Zuckerberg, Mila Kunis, Snooki and Minka Kelly battle it out for award glory.

The Fifth Annual Guys Choice Awards is set to be the biggest yet, with a host of A-List celebrity guests and presenters including Harrison Ford, Jeremy Renner, Cameron Diaz, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Danny McBride and Dwayne Johnson.

It airs Saturday 9 July at 8.30pm.

3 Comments:

  1. “although there isn’t any suggestion these will play a role in the ‘man-tastic’ awards night.”

    They wouldn’t want to be suggesting that either, seeing the actual awards night happened yesterday. So presumably these “Aussie” awards will be cheaply shot in a studio and spliced into the show.

  2. Is it just me, or do award shows stink of pure failure these days? MTV Awards, Kids Choice Awards, People Choice Awards. Categories might as well be made up.

    It honestly makes me wonder whether or not someone is actually taking time to develop these award shows, or they’ve taken dictation from a drunk 42 year old suffering a midlife crisis.
    Personally, I think it’s Door II.

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