By Shiryn Ghermezian, EnStars | Apr 15, 2013 12:32 AM EDT
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Beasts of the Southern Wild star Quvenzhane Wallis attended the 2013 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday but perhaps she thought she was too young for some parts, since cameras spotted her looking away during a comedic number.
Actors Zac Efron, Seth Rogen and Danny McBride had some fun on stage before presenting the award for Best Shirtless Performance. Efron joked about how upset he was not to be nominated in the respective category and two funny men then joked about who would win if there was a bottomless category.
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"I feel like if there was a best bottomless category, I would have that nailed cuz it's my best feature down here," Rogen said, to which McBride disagreed with.
"I think we should do a bottomless competition," Efron suggested.
Both Rogen and McBride then offered to lower their pants and give the audience a look, for them to judge who would win. Rogen went first and as he lowered his pants, cameras turned to Wallis sitting in the audience - who at that point had her eyes covered by the women sitting next to her, perhaps her mother. Following Rogen's pants-drop, which showed a fake bush and got laughs from the audience.
"I just haven't shaved in like three or four days and this is what happens," Rogen joked.
McBride lowered his own pants and revealed what he said is like "chastity boxers" with a lock on it. He then said, "I've been searching for the key my whole entire life."
The trio then presented the Shirtless award to Twilight actor Taylor Lautner, who make a joke of his own when he went on stage sporting a fake belly.
Wallis was nominated Sunday in the category of Best Breakthrough Performance. Also at the award show, host Rebel Wilson (Pitch Perfect, Bridesmaids) poked fun at the 9-year-old by joking that the youngster had bottles of alcohol in her purse.
"Many your next movie might be Beasts of the Southern Comfort," Wilson said. "Do you know what they call drinking at age 9 in Australia? A late start."
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