Dive into the collection of past emcees that have hosted the MTV Movie & TV Awards. Comedian Tiffany Haddish joins the ranks when she hosts the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards, airing Monday, June 18 at 9e/6p.
2017 – Workaholics star Adam DeVine.
2016 – Kevin Hart and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson host the Awards in Los Angeles, California.
2015 – Comedian Amy Schumer keeps the audience smiling throughout the entire night.
2014 – Conan O’Brien takes a break from hosting his talk show to host the 2014 Awards.
2013 – Australian actress Rebel Wilson charmed her way into the hearts of viewers everywhere.
2012 – English comedian Russell Brand.
2011 – Jason Sudeikis looking sharp while hosting the 2011 Awards.
2010 – Master of None creator Aziz Ansari.
2009 – Skit-master Andy Samberg.
2008 – Mike Myers gave us a flashback to his Wayne’s World days while hosting the 2008 Awards.
2007 – Sarah Silverman truly showcased her sass while hosting the 2007 Awards.
2006 – Jessica Alba was an absolute vixen during her time hosting the Awards.
2005 – Jimmy Fallon hosts the 2005 Awards with arms wide open.
2004 – Lindsay Lohan was barely legal when she hosted the 2007 Awards, but she handled it like a pro.
2003 – Seann William Scott shows off his ‘sexy back’ side while co-hosting with Justin Timberlake.
2002 – Sarah Michelle Gellar and Jack Black had us laughing in our seats for the entire night.
2001 – Kirsten Dunst and Jimmy Fallon spoofed the iconic Madonna video while hosting together.
2000 – Viewers tipped their hats to Sarah Jessica Parker for her incredible emcee skills during the 2000 Awards.
1999 – Lisa Kudrow hosted the 1999 Awards during her time as a Friends leading lady.
1998 – Samuel L. Jackson hosted while showing off his signature booming voice.
1997 – Mike Myers, errrr…Austin Powers, not only hosted the Awards but also performed. He’s just that groovy baby!
1996 – Ben Stiller and Janeane Garofalo marked their Mission Accomplished after hosting the show.
1995 – Jon Lovitz and Courtney Cox make an unforgettable duo while hosting the 1995 Awards.
1994 – Will Smith decided to keep it ‘fresh’ and hang in there during his time as host.
1993 – Eddie Murphy hosts in style during the 1993 Awards.
1992 – Dennis Miller was the first to host the MTV Movie Awards back in 1992 setting the bar high for future celebrities.