"Extra" had a blast at Spike TV's 4th Annual Guy's Choice Awards, watching stars like Sandra Bullock, Charlize Theron, Sylvester Stallone and Chris Rock pick up their awards.
Sylvester Stallone, who won the Guycon Award, brought his daughters to the event and told "Extra" they watch his movies. "They're now starting to pass it onto me; its coming back. They're immune to threats, and they are not afraid of anything. They're kicking the hell out of me every morning, so it's paying off," he joked.
Theron, who was handed the Decade of Hotness Award, would love to win the award again -- but realizes there's some work involved.
"I want to know if I can win this thing again," she said. "Because if that's the case, I'm willing to put in the work -- and it's a lot of work. I'm gonna tell you all out there right now, it ain't a walk in the park, but I'm willing to do it. If not, I'm hitting a six-pack, a snuggie and my cat -- for the next 10 years. That's it. I'm done, finished!"
How does she stay in shape? "You don't want to know," she winked. "The sexiness is all in the mystery. Trust me, you do not want to know. Girls, do not let your guys know it's too much work!"
Meanwhile, "Extra" asked comedian Rock, who won the Funniest Mother F@#$er award, about a recent photo at a Lakers' game, in which he was trying to get player Kobe Bryant's attention, to no avail.
"I was asking for my money, and he's trying to act like don't have no money in his pockets," Rock said. "We know he got money on him, all those guys keep money how else do they pay the refs? I just wanted my money."