Henry Golding, Addison Rae, Jacob Elordi and more to present at the first ever MTV Movie and TV Awards: Unscripted

Henry Golding, Addison Rae, Jacob Elordi and more to present at the first ever MTV Movie and TV Awards: Unscripted

The MTV Movie and TV Awards 2021 are all set to come back bigger and better than ever before in a glittering 2-night event celebrating the best moments in tv and movies in the past year.

For the first time ever, the dazzling award show will include an Unscripted ceremony hosted by comedian Nikki Glaser. Making the inaugural ceremony even grander, MTV has announced a star-studded line up of celebrities who will be presenting at the no rules segment designed to celebrate all things reality TV! The event will have Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding, and TikTok breakout influencer Addison Rae presenting the golden popcorn this year.

They’ll be joined by many other big names like This Is Us actress Mandy Moore, Loki star Tom Hiddleston, Euphoria actor Jacob Elordi, This Is Us star Justin Hartley and Bad Trip actor Eric Andre.

Catch the star-studded MTV Movie & TV Awards streaming in the country on 17th and 18th May 2021 exclusively on Voot Select.

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Brand New Layout!

I have just put up brand new matching themes on the main site and the photo gallery, featuring photos from Jacob’s Man About Town photoshoot.

Thanks a bunch to Carol at Sin21 Designs for the themes and Gemma at Gratrix Designs for the fantastic header!

Photos: ‘The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee’ Captures

Photos: ‘The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee’ Captures

81 HD screen captures from Jacob’s role in The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee have been added into the photo gallery. Head over and check them out!

Play Celeb ‘Never Have I Ever’ With Jacob Elordi, Tom Holland, and More

Play Celeb ‘Never Have I Ever’ With Jacob Elordi, Tom Holland, and More

Have you ever wondered whether LaKeith Stanfield has participated in a TikTok dance challenge? Or if Jacob Elordi has forgotten his lines during filming? How about whether Tom Holland has taken a nude selfie? Sure you have. In this edition of Never Have I Ever, W’s Best Performances stars, including Tessa Thompson, Taylour Paige, and Rachel Brosnahan play a rousing round of the revealing game—with no holds barred on their honest answers.

Jacob Elordi Covers Man About Town

Jacob Elordi Covers Man About Town

Pre-order Man About Town: 2021 – Chapter I now!

After some much needed downtime at home in Australia, the Euphoria and Kissing Booth star is back – hungry, with a better idea of who he is.

You can find out a surprising amount about someone from observing them eat dinner – be it table manners or just general eating etiquette.

I discover this when catching up with Jacob Elordi for the second time; because he is hungry. Like, really hungry. Ravenous even, and apologetically so. By sheer coincidence, the last time I saw Elordi eating was also involved, at an awards ceremony dinner in Sydney where we were sat opposite one another. For the record, so as to not embarrass Elordi, I’ll say this much: he’s a pretty graceful eater, both in person and over Zoom. At times in between forkfuls there were a few stray elbows on the table but for someone who’s 6ft 5 tall that’s understandable. Indeed, he’s certainly well-mannered enough for his mother to be happy.

For the past month or so, the 23 year old has been living up in Byron Bay’s Hinterland enjoying some quality family time, reading lots of books and surfing. “It’s been unbelievable,” he beams, having just returned from a long evening surf session. “We’ve got five acres up here on the top of the mountain, so I can see over the bay. I get the country and the beach and it’s just been the most relaxing time ever,” he continues, washing down the last of his Vietnamese takeout with a sip of Stone & Wood beer.

Over the course of our conversation, we discuss all manner of topics that are close to Elordi, from the importance of spending time with family and friends to his acting and what he’s looking for from his work in the future. Most imminently, he’s returning to his most complex role yet – reunited with Nate Jacobs as filming for season two ofEuphoria finally gets underway.

“What I like about Euphoria is we don’t need to spell everything out all the time. If people are feeling a kind of way, it’s human. If they are that, it’s human. The show throws you in there and lets you know, hey, these are the people, this is who they are. Now, watch them play,” he says of the award-winning show that quickly made him a household Hollywood name.

“The first season was unknown territory, I didn’t know what I was stepping into, what I was becoming, I guess. But going in the second season, I won’t say it’s like greeting an old friend but there is a comfort in going back into a space that I know.”