Fire up those VCRs, rewind your VHS tape and make sure you're not recording over anything important like the birth of a sibling because the 2015 MTV Movie Awards are this Sunday! And then get back in your TARDIS because you're using a VCR so that means you're probably back in the '90s, which means you're on another adventure with the Doctor.
One of the highlights of the MTV Movie Awards year in and year out is the Best Kiss category. It's always one of the most memorable moments of the evening, and this year we bet Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort take home the popcorn tub for The Fault in Our Stars. But will their acceptance speech join the ranks with these 11 legendary Best Kiss moments? Check out our favorites from the past 23(!) years, ranked for your pleasure:
11. Briana Evigan and Robert Hoffman, Step Up 2 (2008)
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This moment was equal parts cute and uncomfortable as these two, who were real-life lovers when they accepted the award, clearly were seconds away from ripping each other's clothes off and going at it right onstage. Someone hose 'em down!
10. Jim Carrey and Lauren Holly, Dumb and Dumber (1995)
We were expecting Jim to be silly about the whole thing, but because he would later go on to marry this woman, Carrey instead went the romantic route, calling her the sweetest woman on the globe and that he would "slay any dragon to win her favor."
9. Will Ferrell and Sasha Baron Cohen, Talladega Nights (2007)
These guys had more chemistry during their makeout/acceptance speech than Joey and Rachel had on Friends when they were dating. Yeah, we said it.
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Robsten, may they rest in peace, won this category four years in a row at the MTV Movie Awards. This was the second time they won, and after Kristen pushed Rob's head away, the two finally gave the fans what they really wanted and kissed. And by "kissed," we mean they awkwardly bumped faces for a split second.
Jake accepted the award for their movie kiss on the guys' behalf, calling it at an "honor" and "a big deal" to be chosen as the winner. "Thank you, not just from me but from all those struggling with love, "he said. "Which is all of us." Fast forward to 1:00 to watch Jake's sweet speech.
6. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 (2012)
This was weeks before the Kristen Stewart cheating scandal would rock the entertainment world, so this could have been our last time seeing Robsten happily together at an award show. But Rob wasn't there, so it ended up just being Kristen, making out with herself. Get it, girl. You don't need a man to get some love!
His whole acceptance speech was a bit about how he dated both Jennifer Aniston and Emma Roberts at the same time, and it was amazing. Plus hotties Dave Franco and Zac Efron were both directly behind him so the whole scene was just magical.
4. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, Twilight: Eclipse (2011)
Twilight fan-fiction writers everywhere crapped their pants watching Rob run out into the audience to lay a big one on Taylor Lautner. After winning the award for the third time, we're glad Robsten mixed it up.
3. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, Twilight (2009)
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The first time these two won was the best time because not only did Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock fangirl out while giving them the award, but they clearly had so much fun riling up the crowed with their little almost-kissing bit. Those li'l scamps.
This was the first time a same-sex duo won this award, and they could have just thanked the fans and left the stage, but they gave us what we wanted and smooched, setting a standard for all Best Kiss winners thereafter.
Did any of you ever doubt we would put them first? C'mon, how could we not?! The anticipation as they stood across the stage from each other, the swelling of "She Will Be Loved" and the obvious chemistry those two had exploding as their lips met...legendary. And though these two couldn't make things work in real life, we know there will never be a better Best Kiss moment at the MTV Movie Awards. Sorry, future winners.