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After smooching ScarJo and setting a few things straight, Sandra Bullock would like to go back to normal now

June 6, 2010 |  9:51 pm

Talk about a stage full of kissable people. How could Sandra Bullock pick just one?

Mtv-scarjo-web Bullock, accepting the Generation Award on Sunday night at the MTV Movie Awards, took time to set a few things straight, to sort of apologize to Bradley Cooper for "All About Steve," to covet the life of Betty White and to plant a big wet one on Scarlett Johansson.

We're not sure which we enjoyed most. (OK, that's a total and complete lie; it was the ScarJo part, who are we kidding -- but you can see it all in the video above. Betty's particularly adorable as well.)

Things Bullock set straight, along with the facts that she loves what she does, and she's not going anywhere: 

  • She's not dead.
  • She's not the only person who has cellulite.
  • "Whoever established the high road and how high it was gonna to be should be fired."
  • And she's "never gone 14 days without showering while chain-smoking while crying on the shoulder of my sweet Aunt Luddy. Because I shower twice a day, I don't smoke, and sweet Aunt Luddy died a year ago, though I know she's really happy just to have been mentioned."

"Now that we've done that," she said, before asking that we also think tonight of those affected by the oil spill in the gulf, "can we please go back to normal?"

Sure thing, Sandy. Though no promises on the showering thing -- 'cause you did say "normal."

-- Christie D'Zurilla

Photo: Scarlett Johansson, left, and Sandra Bullock in Oday Shakar at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards. Credit: Christopher Polk / Getty Images.

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