Of Course Amy Schumer Brought Up the Infamous Oscars Night Flub at the MTV Movie Awards

Of Course Amy Schumer Brought Up the Infamous Oscars Night Flub at the MTV Movie Awards

It was only a matter of time.

The MTV Movie Awards are generally more relaxed and a little sillier than most of the awards shows throughout the year — and this year’s was no exception. Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn were tasked with announcing the winner for Movie of the Year, during which they plugged their upcoming comedy Snatched. Goldie, who plays Amy's mom in the film, tells Amy that she’s felt incredibly close to her through the whole process, saying, “You could be my daughter. I would look at you and I wanted to snuggle you.”

Naturally, Amy takes this as an opportunity to call out a lawyer and get Goldie to sign on the dotted line of some adoption papers. She deflects by reading out the nominees, Get Out, Edge of Seventeen, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and Beauty and the Beast.

Of course, when Amy announced the winner, she made a joke about the notorious Oscars flub during the Best Picture category earlier this year, during which Faye Dunaway incorrectly announced that La La Land had won the Academy. (In case you missed it, the award had really gone to Moonlight.)

“And the winner is,” says Goldie, only to be cut off my Amy saying, “La La Light!”

Goldie then goes along with it, saying, “No, that’s Moonland.”

Actually, it was Beauty and the Beast. It seems we can't even make it to next year’s Oscars before the jokes about the mix up start getting recycled.

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