"Best $2k I Ever Spent!" Keeping It Underage At The MTV Movie Awards After Party

by Alex Gilman · June 7, 2011

[Emma Watson, Lily Collins, Taylor Lautner, Jaime King via] While I find it hard to comment objectively on an awards show whose big winner was Twilight: Eclipse, the 2011 MTV Movie Awards seems to have had its share of amusing moments, from the Mila Kunis/Justin Timberlake reacharound to awards for Best Cameltoe or Largest On-Set Bong or whatever stupid awards they're giving out these days. And since the backbreaking work of smiling on a podium deserves its own reward, our beleaguered presenters treated themselves to a lavish after party at Soho House. Of course, since this was the MTV Awards, I'm guessing a bunch of these teenie boppers had to bring their fake ID's.

Cameron Diaz, Emma Watson

For Example! Emma Watson, who I think plays the role of Harry Potter or maybe Mrs. Harry Potter, had to bring her mom as a chaperone. What? That's not her mom? Oh, it's Cameron Diaz, star of the 1994 megahit The Mask! Fun fact: did you know that Emma Watson was 4 years old when that movie came out? Well, we don't want to rag on Cameron too much, because based on what Jim Carrey wore to the awards show, she's not the only one pining for the days of her mid-90's blockbusters:

Jim Carrey

Here's a riddle: how quickly should Jim Carrey fire his stylist?

Emma Watson, Emma Stone

Ah, here's Emma Watson hanging out with someone a little closer to her age, emerging comedienne Emma Stone, who we'll call "Emma 2" just to keep things clear. Emma 2 has been in some totally great movies, like Zombieland and Superbad, and she totally made out with Jonah Hill in Superbad, giving schlubs like me a reason to believe in true love.

Still, good on you, dueling Emmas. We can be friends.

Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux

Hey, it's SNL funnyman Jason Sudeikis, who hosted this shindig! And he's accompanied by Jennifer Aniston, who I'm not allowed to make fun of, and her new boyfriend, Ryan Reynolds beard-alike Justin Theroux! Who? Well, apparently he's the screenwriter behind Mickey Rourke vehicle Iron Man 2, so there's that. Also of note, all three people in this photo are older than me, which makes me happy, since I was worried that this party was entirely comprised of people who have accomplished far more than me in less time than I've been alive. Of course, these three have still done that, but at least they're older than me.

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