MTV Movie & TV Awards: 8 Most Outrageous Moments, From Adam Devine’s Beast to Millie Bobby Brown (Videos)

Millie Bobby Brown and Dafne Keen stole our hearts, and Adam Devine set the stage on fire

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Everybody seemed to have a hand in the “Beauty and the Beast”-inspired opening number for the awards. Host Adam Devine went full beast mode and swung from a chandelier, but he was joined by Hailee Steinfeld, Mike Coulter, Josh Gad and many more as the stage lit up in flames.

Emma Watson took home the first award of the night for her turn as Belle in “Beauty and the Beast,” but the moment was more about the symbolism behind the first non-gendered acting award. “I think I’m being given this award because of who Belle is and what she represents,” she said. “MTV’s move to create a genderless award for acting will mean something different to everyone.”

It’s no surprise that Millie Bobby Brown won the “Best Actor” TV award for her portrayal of Eleven in Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” but then she took to the stage in tears and thanked the Duffer Brothers for writing “a badass female iconic character that I’ve got the honor to play.”

Devine found out two things during the awards: that the Sunken Place from “Get Out” is real, and that underneath that darkness is the Upside Down from “Stranger Things.”

Noah Cyrus proved something during her performance of “Stay Together”– not that she’s a great performer or singer. Instead, she proved we are incredibly old because we remember when she was a small child as Miley’s baby sister. Life is fleeting.

Hugh Jackman and Dafne Keen of course took home the award for “Best Duo” for their dynamic chemistry in “Logan,” but Keen upstaged her more famous co-star (as she did in the film). She berated Jackman, stealing the microphone and our hearts.

Vin Diesel brought three members of his “family” on stage to accept the “Generation Award.” The honor is usually reserved for individuals, but it was given to the “Fast & Furious” franchise this time, allowing Diesel a (Rock-less) moment to honor his departed friend, Paul Walker.

It was the meeting of two Netflix juggernauts. The cast of “13 Reasons Why” presented the first ever “Best Show Award” to sister show “Stranger Things.” Before accepting the award, the two casts hugged it out and our hearts melted a bit.