ACTRESS Mila Kunis swanned off with the Holy Grail gong at the Spike TV 2011 Guys Choice Awards last night. The 27-year-old, who starred in Black Swan with Natalie Portman, looked stunning in a simple, short printed frock. Other celebrities including Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley all walked the red carpet for the ceremony held in Culver City California. A heavily pregnant Kate Hudson arrived with fianc Matt Bellamy from Muse. She glowed in a black number covering up her body. Jennifer Aniston, who won a gong for Decade of Hotness, wore a simple black mini-dress and scruffy beach hair. I hope the award didnt make her feel her 42 years as she certainly doesnt look it. Scarlett Johansson looked frilly gorgeous in a black outfit decorated with a white ruffle. She was joined on stage by members of the US Armed Forces to present the Troops Choice Award - given to the years most standout entertainer - to Ben Affleck. The redhead actress avoided bumping into ex-boyfriend Sean Penn, who was also at the ceremony. Penn arrived late and avoided the red carpet. The 50-year-olds 1982 coming-of-age movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High was inducted into the Guy Movie Hall of Fame by Robert De Niro. The Goodfellas actor, who wore a leather jacket, also presented the Brass Balls Award alongside Jason Statham to Rolling Stones rocker Keith Richards for his contributions to the music industry. Casey Patterson from Spike TV explained: 'Keith Richards is a rock 'n roll superhero who lives his life the way he plays his music... balls to the wall. Our audience doesnt just want to honour Keith Richards, they want to be Keith Richards. Actor Harrison Ford and director Jon Favreau accepted the Most Manticipated Movie for their upcoming flick Cowboys & Aliens. Comedian Jim Carrey scored the Funniest MF gong. Mark Wahlburg picked up Best Guy Movie of the Year for The Fighter. He was also given the Guy Of The Year Award by Eva Mendes, who co-starred with him in We Own The Night. The Sun