Emma Watson not only lost Best Female

June 7, 2011 by Post Team 

Emma Watson not only lost Best FemaleEmma Watson not only lost Best Female, Apart from the highly anticipated release of a new “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2″ clip for the MTV Awards on Sunday, the film was a fairly quiet night for the team of Potter, who sat and watched as Twilight “harvested (almost) all awards, beating out” Deathly Hallows, Part 1 “for Best Film, Best Male and Actress, Best Fight and Best Kiss Scene. In fact, “Potter” took home a Golden Popcorn bucket only – in turn Tom Felton as Draco Malfoy earned him the award for Best Villain – and as if that were not enough, the stars of “Twilight”, which won most of the headlines too, as everything from Robert Pattinson lip lock with her co-star Taylor Lautner squeeing reactions to the “Breaking Dawn, Part 1″ trailer burned search engines in the hours following presentation.

So you can imagine what must have been for the “Harry Potter” stars who were actually on hand for the Movie Awards – as, for example, Emma Watson, who not only lost Best Actress Kristen Stewart, but No ‘do not even get to see the kiss between Pattinson and Lautner.

“I missed this time! I left, and they said, ‘Rob Taylor just lost! And I was like,’ Damn it!” “Watson said Josh Horowitz MTV News after the show.” I was in the backstage [after the introduction of "Deathly Hallows, Part 2 '] clip, so it is lost. But I mean, yes, well done!”

And as if losing the kiss-to-end-all those kisses, it was not bad enough, the whole issue of closing the lips of the night Watson was feeling left out. It seems that she was the only person who does not have someone to kiss.

“I mean, I was really against it. Kristen [Stewart] had two kisses, and Mila Kunis, Natalie Portman making out,” he laughed. “I mean, I really could not compete!”

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