Video - Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis Group Each Other at MTV Awards

The MTV Movie Awards are famous for their controversial moments.

From Borat butt-kissing Eminem, to fights and drunken celebrities, there is very little we haven’t already seen.

And the 2011 MTV Movie Awards were no different.

Before Robert Pattinson dropped the F-Bomb while presenting Reese Witherspoon her Generation Award, Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis pulled their own little stunt to grab attention - and each other!

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Kunis and Timberlake were on stage to present the “Best Male Performance” award when they started talking about how much they liked each other.

While the two celebs are starring in the upcoming “Friends with Benefits”, they proceeded to tell the audience that in real life they are more like brother and sister.

Timberlake said, “That’s why I can do this…”, and proceeded to grab Mila’s breasts.

Not to be outdone by the “Social Network” star, she grabbed Timberlake’s crotch and held on for dear life.

No harm no foul. It was a funny moment and nothing more. There is no need for the Network censor police to start hurling accusations of improper anything.

It was comedy.

Timberlake is currently putting the finishing touches on his latest movie project “Bad Teacher”, starring Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel - a comedy centered on a foul-mouthed, junior high teacher who, after being dumped by her sugar daddy, begins to pursue a colleague.

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Mila Kunis is also busy filming “Ted”, written and directed by funnyman Seth MacFarlane and starring Kunis, Mark Wahlberg, Patrick Warburton and Jessica Stroup. “Ted” is a story centered on a man and his teddy bear, which comes to life as the result of a childhood wish.

MacFarlane, in addition to his duties with Family Guy and American Dad has also been given the green light to create a new Flintstones series for Fox.

Related: Seth MacFarlane developing new “Flintstones”

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