SECOND ANNUAL SHOW HOSTED BY “HAROLD & KUMAR” STARS JOHN CHO AND KAL PENN
PREMIERES ON SPIKE TV SUNDAY, JUNE 22 AT 10:00 PM, ET/PT
DOUBLE MANTLER WINNER MATT DAMON NAMED THE ULTIMATE “GUY OF THE YEAR” AND “BIGGEST ASS KICKER”
LEGENDARY ACTOR HARRISON FORD GIVEN “BRASS BALLS” AWARD
“THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY” INDUCTED INTO “GUY MOVIE HALL OF FAME”
Show Features Performances And Appearances By Robert Downey, Jr., Jack Black, Cameron Diaz, Ben Stiller, Anne Hathaway, Steve Carell, Lebron James, Marisa Miller, Eva Mendes, Tila Tequila, Eli Manning, Snoop Dogg, Disturbed, Katy Perry and Many More
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Los Angeles, CA, Friday, May 30, 2008 – Winners were announced tonight during the second annual Spike TV “Guys Choice” held at the Sony Studios in Los Angeles. Hosted by stars John Cho and Kal Penn, the show that pays homage to the best in “guydom” premieres on Spike TV Sunday, June 22 (10:00 PM-Midnight, ET/PT).
Matt Damon netted two of the nights top honors, as he was voted “Guy of the Year” by Spike TV viewers, and his portrayal of Jason Bourne in “The Bourne Ultimatum” earned him “Best Ass Kicker” bragging rights.
Box office smash hit “Iron Man” garnered the Guy Movie of the Year honor. Star Robert Downey, Jr. and director Jon Favreau were on hand to receive the award.
Playboy editor-in-chief and chief creative officer and American icon, Hugh Hefner, was given the first ever “Alpha Male Award” for his pioneering vision and ground-breaking achievements that forever changed the face of entertainment for men.
The show also honored one of the most successful comedies of all time, as “There’s Something About Mary” was inducted into the “Guy Movie Hall of Fame” with Bobby and Peter Farrelly, as well as castmembers Ben Stiller, Cameron Diaz, Lin Shaye and Markie Post on hand to accept the honor. Diaz was also there to receive the “Decade of Hotness” award.
In addition, fresh off winning Super Bowl XLII, Eli Manning took home two awards, “Most Unstoppable Jock” and sharing “Badass DNA” with his brother Peyton. Spike TV’s “GUYS CHOICE” also included a house-shaking performance by Disturbed, and appearances by Chuck Liddell, Harrison Ford, Marisa Miller, Robert Downey Jr, Anne Hathaway, Steve Carell, Kim Kardashian, Lebron James, Eva Mendes, Tila Tequila, Snoop Dogg, and Jeremy Piven, among others.
In addition to honoring the sexiest women and coolest guys from the past year, the show featured unforgettable tributes to legendary entertainers, rockers and babes, as well as edgy stand-up comedy and ground breaking musical performances.
A full list of winners is included below:
GUY OF THE YEAR - Matt Damon ALPHA MALE - Hugh Hefner GUY MOVIE OF THE YEAR - "Ironman" BRASS BALLS - Harrison Ford NEXT BIG THING - Megan Fox HOTTEST GIRL ON THE PLANET - Jessica Biel BALLSIEST BAND - Linkin Park FUNNIEST M.F. - Steve Carell GUY MOVIE HALL OF FAME - "There's Something About Mary" BIGGEST ASS KICKER - Jason Borne SEXIEST SIREN - Rihanna MOST UNSTOPPABLE JOCK - Eli Manning KING OF COMEDY - Chris Rock MOST DANGEROUS MAN - Anderson Silva DECADE OF HOTNESS - Cameron Diaz HOT N' FRESH - Marisa Miller PLAY OF THE YEAR - David Tyree OUTSTANDING LITERARY ACHIEVEMENT - Slash REAL SPORTS MIRACLE - Kevin Everett BADASS DNA - Eli/Peyton Manning TOP FANTASY LEAGUER - LeBron James HOTTEST EVA - Eva Mendes SO HOT THEY'RE FAMOUS - Tila Tequila PRESIDENTIAL VOTING CATEGORY - Barack Obama FEMME FATALE - Jessica Simpson HOT & FUNNY - Sarah Silverman FIERCEST FEMALE - Milla Jovovich ("Resident Evil") VIRAL VIDEO - I'm F**cking Ben Affleck LUCKIEST BASTARD - Brian Austin Green HILARIOUS DOT COM AWARD - Funny or Die SICKEST RHYMES - Kanye West KILLER QUOTE - "Don't taze me, bro." FOXIEST PRESIDENTIAL GROUPIE - Hilary Hottie
To view exclusive footage, interviews, behind-the-scenes access, and more from the “Guys Choice,” log-on to www.spiketv.com
The official sponsors of Spike TV’s “Guys Choice” are Cingular, now the new AT&T, Corona, Degree Men, Pizza Hut, Sega: “The Incredible Hulk Video” Game, SoBe and the U.S. Army.
Casey Patterson, Spike TV’s senior vice president, event production & talent development, Carol Donovan and Beth McCarthy-Miller are executive producers.
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