May 9 2014, 2:10am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
American Comedy Award 2014 aired last night on NBC. The awards have adjusted to the internet era and also hand out an award for the best viral video. Bad Lip Reading has won this year's American Comedy Award. Patrick Stewart presented the award. He did an awesome job. Watch his hilarious presentation in the clip below.
Bad Lip Reading is landing regular viral video hits with putting new words in people's mouth. Their NFL bad lip reading series has been one of the highlights, but there are many more. The Edward and Bella video from a year ago has over 30 million views.
The maker of Bad Lip Reading does not like the to appear in public and also did not accept the award in person. The Bad Lip Reading channel on Youtube has over 344m views. Watch the latest Bad Lip Reading video below as well.
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