MTV Reveals 'Punk'd' Reboot Sneak Peek Of Miley Cyrus, Kelly Osbourne & Khloe Kardashian (VIDEO)
The show will have a different celebrity host each episode, MTV recently revealed and among them are: Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Kellan Lutz, "Jackass" star Bam Margera and "Punk'd" alum Dax Shepard, who currently stars on "Parenthood."
Now that it's 2012, the pranks, MTV claims, are funnier, bigger and better. Plus, viewers will now get to see what goes on behind-the-scenes to pull off a successful "punk," if you will. "There's a new generation of unsuspecting suckers just waiting to be 'Punk'd' by their famous friends, and fans will once again have a front row seat to see the shock on the faces of their favorite celebs," Van Toffler President MTVN Music Group, LOGO and Film, said in a statement.
Watch below to see Cyrus, with the help of her friend Kelly Osbourne, pull one over on Khloe Kardashian. When the middle Kardashian sister come over to Cyrus's house on this "Punk'd" sneak peek, they order in some food and the delivery guy asks to use the bathroom, only to find himself in a bit of a situation.
"He's caught his balls in the zipper of his pants," Kardashian tells 911 when she see's what's up down below. Find out how she handles his very "Something About Mary" predicament!
Take a look below to see what other MTV stars have made it big.
After hosting "Total Request Live" from 1998 to 2002, Daly decided to move from afternoons to <em>really</em> early mornings as host of NBC's "Last Call With Carson Daly." In addition to his late-night duties, he played host for the first season of NBC's "The Voice" in 2011.
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt
It's hard to believe that the same network that brought some of the world's greatest bands into our living rooms also gave us Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt -- a.k.a "Speidi." The couple we all love to hate started their foray into reality television on "The Hills" in 2006 and have gone onto compete on other reality shows, including "I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!" and, most recently for Montag, VH1's "Famous Food."
What was supposed to be a one-time gig led Burton to a full-time VJ job at MTV in 2000, but that's not where many people know her from. She landed a starring role "One Tree Hill" in 2003 and continued with the series as Peyton Sawyer until 2009. She's currently starring on USA's "White Collar."
Rep. Sean Duffy
Sean Duffy (right) went fromt the "The Real World" to the real world. He made a splash on MTV's Boston season in 1997 but ditched reality TV for politics when he was appointed as district attorney for Wisconsin in 2002. The Republican then went on be elected as to Congress in 2010.
It's a real MTV fairy tale. When former Miss Teen USA Vanessa Minnillo started her job an a "TRL" VJ in 2003, she had no idea that she'd end up married to 98 Degrees lead singer Nick Lachey in 2011. She really came full circle, no?
'The Jersey Shore' Cast
Fist-pumping and GTL sessions jumped from the New Jersey shore to "The Jersey Shore" when MTV decided to give airtime to Snooki & Co.'s East Coast antics. The cast is wrapping up filming their fifth (and final?) season, but we have a feeling this isn't the last time we'll be seeing them.
"The Real World: San Diego" star smartly used the MTV show to jump-start her acting career. After appearing in some small film and television roles -- including a 10-episode stint on NBC's "Days of Our Lives" -- Chung hit the big time when she was cast in a supporting role for 2011's "The Hangover 2."
He might have lost out to Jesse Camp in MTV's first "I Wanna Be a VJ" contest in 1998, but Dave Holmes (right) is laughing all the way to the bank. After hosting and appearing on various MTV shows through 2001, Holmes went on to host programs on CBS, FX, Bravo and CourtTV, just to name a few.
He might not have started his career at MTV, but this former <em>Rolling Stone</em> writer launched "This Week in Rock" -- later renamed "MTV News" -- on the network in 1987, and his name has become synonymous with the network's news outlet ever since.
This comedian got his big break on MTV when the network hired him as a VJ from 1989 to 1994. He even scored his own MTV show, "Totally Pauly," before leaving the network to pursue a more serious acting career, starring in films such as "Bio-Dome" and, most recently, "Stonerville."
This former "Saturday Night Live" cast member got his start -- after a few bit TV roles -- as an announcer on MTV's trivia show "Remote Control" from 1987 to 1989. He would later go on to join the NBC sketch show in 1997, where he stayed for five years.
Little did Lauren Conrad know when she let the MTV cameras in to document high school years for "Laguna Beach" that it would help her launch a best-selling book series and several fashion lines -- things that would last even after she signed off from "The Hills" in 2009 before its final season.
Holding the title of MTV's first-ever Latina VJ, Daisy Fuentes was hired with the network in 1988, and then went on to appear on many TV programs and create several fashion lines.