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How about both? Jim Cantiello takes us behind the seating process before Sunday's big show.
By Jocelyn Vena, with reporting by Jim Cantiello
Photo: MTV News
The 2011 MTV Movie Awards are only days away, and that means all the finishing touches are being made inside the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California. MTV News' Jim Cantiello was on hand as the seating cards were placed inside the theater, and he learned which of Hollywood's biggest stars would be rubbing elbows during Sunday's big show.
"It's the most wonderful time of the year, you guys: Seat cards are down at the Movie Awards!" Jim said from inside the Gibson. "This is where all the A-listers are going to be sitting, and look! MTV Movie Awards isn't making a decision between Team Edward and Team Jacob, »
By Nuzhat Naoreen
When I asked what kind of behind-the-scenes info people wanted from the 2011 MTV Movie Awards, the one request I kept getting was for dish on where all the celebs (read: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart) will be sitting on Sunday night.
So, I went straight to the source. I joined MTV News' Jim Cantiello and Joel Hanek for a shoot at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles and got a couple of minutes to talk to Talent Ticketing Seating Manager (long title!) Stephan Lenart, the man responsible for placing Kristen smack-dab in the middle of Taylor and Rob (how's that for some dish?).
Stephan's been telling celebs where to sit for the past five years, and he was kind of enough to give me some insight into how he makes those decisions.
"It's like a puzzle," said Stephan, who added that he reads up on a ton »
- MTV News
2 items from 2011
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