MTV is officially reviving Punk'd.

The reality show - which aims to pull pranks on famous people - originally aired from 2003-2007 and was hosted by Ashton Kutcher. The new version, however, will be helmed by a different celebrity each week, with MTV announcing hosts last night that include Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Kellan Lutz, Bam Margera and Dax Shepard. It will premiere on March 19.

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Move over Amber Portwood, Maci Bookout, Farrah Abraham and Catelynn Lowell.

The stars of Teen Mom 2 - Chelsea Houska, Jenelle Evans, Kailyn Lowry and Leah Messer - are back for a second season of their own! In last night's Halloween-themed premiere, we saw them at their best and worst ... mostly the latter.

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The full cast of MTV's Teen Mom 2 - Jenelle Evans, Leah Messer, Chelsea Houska and Kailyn Lowry - will be running it back for a second season starting December 6!

The second quartet to be featured MTV's 16 and Pregnant spinoff will mark the fourth Teen Mom season overall. The original cast starred on Seasons 1 and 3.

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Lady Gaga was the big winner at the MTV Europe Music Awards Sunday in Belfast, Northern Ireland, capturing Best Song, Best Video, Best Female and Biggest Fans.

"Thank you for believing in my vision," the 25-year-old Mother Monster told the crowd after one of her wins. "The success of Born This Way has changed my life."

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In the late 1990s, Beavis and Butt-Head became the ultimate critics of music videos, dissecting MTV's signature programming with surgical comedic precision.

Fast forward 14 years and the animated, dumbass duo is back, and ironically turning its attention to the hit show whose time slot they're currently occupying.

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Beavis and Butt-Head are returning to MTV with new episodes tonight. No, this isn't 1997, the network is really bringing back the animated, slacker dumbass duo.

Mike Judge's cartoon, developed as a farcical, moronic but not inaccurate satire of the network's main programming at the time - music videos, those were the days!! - has officially been revived, with the titular characters ridiculing MTV's present-day fare.

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