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SPIKE PRESENTS GUYS CHOICE Winners

Category: Misc./General Career News
Article Date: June 10, 2007 | Publication: Yahoo! | Author: Press Release
Source: Yahoo!Finance

Posted by: maryp


First Annual Show Hosted by Tracy Morgan Premieres on Spike TV Wednesday, June 13 at 10 PM
Adam Sandler Voted the Ultimate 'Guy's Guy' by Spike TV Viewers
'Swingers' Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau Receive the First-Ever 'Guy Movie Hall of Fame Award'
Show Features Performances and Appearances by Will Ferrell, James Gandolfini, Jessica Alba, Chuck Liddell, Kevin James, Elisha Cuthbert, Mandy Moore, Masi Oka, Disturbed and Many More
To View Exclusive Footage from 'GUYS CHOICE' Log-On to www.spiketv.com


LOS ANGELES, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Winners were announced tonight during the first annual Spike TV "GUYS CHOICE" held at the CBS Radford Studios in Los Angeles. Hosted by comedian Tracy Morgan, the show that commemorates all the things men love premieres on Spike TV Wednesday, June 13 (10:00 PM-Midnight, ET/PT).
Adam Sandler took home one of the night's top honors, as he was voted the ultimate "Guy's Guy" by Spike TV viewers. Sandler's favorite band of all time STYX rocked the house with its mega hit "Renegade."

The show also honored the iconic and ultimately quotable guy movie "Swingers" with the first-ever "Guy Movie Hall of Fame Award" presented to Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau.

In addition, Will Ferrell walked away with two awards, "Funniest M.F." and "Most Viral Video" for his work in "The Landlord." Spike TV's "GUYS CHOICE" also included ZZ Top featuring a sizzling dance performance by Carmen Electra; Chuck Liddell, Elisha Cuthbert, Mandy Moore, Andy Samberg, Artie Lange, Brittany Snow, Chris Cornell, Disturbed, James Gandolfini, Joe Rogan, Kelly Carlson, Masi Oka, Rob Corddry, Seth Rogen, Sofia Vergara, Steve-O, Bill Goldberg, Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, Tricia Helfer, and Will Forte, among others.

The highlight of the night was a toast for Adam Sandler by friend and comedian, Kevin James, his co-star in the upcoming movie "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" (in theatres July 20).

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 house-shaking musical performances.


A full list of winners is included below:

GUY'S GUY
Adam Sandler

BIGGEST ASS KICKER
Gerard Butler


BALLSIEST BAND
Disturbed

HOTTEST GIRL ON THE PLANET
Adriana Lima

LUCKIEST BASTARD
Cash Warren

FUNNIEST M.F.
Will Ferrell

GIFT FROM THE GODS
Minka Kelly

MOST UNSTOPPABLE JOCK
LaDainian Tomlinson

NAUGHTIEST CYBERVIXEN
Christine Dolce

MOST DANGEROUS MAN
Chuck Liddell

FEMME FATALE
Rose McGowan

KINGPIN (GUY OF THE YEAR)
James Gandolfini

COCKIEST CREW
"Jackass 2" Crew

GUTSIEST MOVE
Stephen Colbert

SICKEST RHYMES
Jay-Z

SEXIEST IMPORT
Bar Rafaeli

COOLEST GEEK
Masi Oka

BEST GANGSTERTAINMENT
"The Departed"

HOTTEST JESSICA
Jessica Alba

CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Shaun White

GAME WITH THE MOST GAME
Madden NFL '07

MOST VIRAL VIDEO
Will Ferrell "The Landlord"

GUY MOVIE HALL OF FAME
"Swingers" Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau

To view exclusive footage, interviews, behind-the-scenes access, and more from the 2007 "Guys Choice," log-on to www.spiketv.com

The official sponsors of Spike TV's "GUYS CHOICE" are the new AT&T, Corona, Jeep®, Pizza Hut, SNICKERS®Brand, Southern Comfort® and U.S. Army.

Emmy Award-winning producer Joel Gallen of Tenth Planet Productions and Casey Patterson, Senior Vice President, Event Production & Talent Development for Spike TV served as executive producers. Alicia Portugal is the executive in charge of production for Spike TV.

SpikeTV.com is available in 91.6 million homes and is a division of MTV Networks. A unit of VIACOM (NYSE: VIA - News, VIA.B - News), MTV Networks is one of the world's leading creators of programming and content across all media platforms.



 


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