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Ratings spike for 'MTV Movie Awards'

By Lynette Rice, EW.com
updated 9:42 AM EDT, Tue April 16, 2013
The 2013 MTV Movie Awards came early this year, but Sunday night's show wasn't short on memorable moments. First up on the list? <a href='http://www.mtv.com/videos/misc/898698/wtf-experts-chris-rock-and-adam-sandler-present-best-wtf-moment.jhtml' target='_blank'>Chris Rock and Adam Sandler present the "Best WTF Moment" award</a>. Half of the segment was bleeped, with Rock keeping censors on their toes by appearing to say something off the cuff at the end. The 2013 MTV Movie Awards came early this year, but Sunday night's show wasn't short on memorable moments. First up on the list? Chris Rock and Adam Sandler present the "Best WTF Moment" award. Half of the segment was bleeped, with Rock keeping censors on their toes by appearing to say something off the cuff at the end.
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MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
MTV Movie Awards: Memorable moments
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • This year's MTV Movie Awards averaged 3.8 million viewers
  • It was up 21 percent versus the prior year in the network's core 12-34 demographic
  • The show also saw a spike in ratings in the 18-34 and 18-49 demos

(EW.com) -- The MTV Movie Awards not only generated some wild headlines thanks to Aubrey Plaza, but it also posted some decent ratings.

Aubrey Plaza escorted out of MTV Movie Awards

The annual awards fest averaged 3.8 million viewers, and was up 21 percent versus the previous year among the network's core 12-34 viewers, according to Nielsen.

The news was even better in the older demographics: MTV saw a 45 percent increase versus last year among persons 18-34, and a 44 percent jump among persons 18-49. Overall, the telecast averaged 4.8 million among all the Viacom-owned nets that aired it (MTV, VH1, MTV2 and Logo).

Check out the winners for the MTV Movie Awards!

"The Avengers" was the big winner at the MTV Movie Awards, where it took home three golden popcorn trophies for Best Fight, Best Villain, and Best Movie.

See the original story at EW.com.

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