Sandra Bullock showed up to Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards on Saturday night looking every inch deserving of her Decade of Hotness honor. The 49-year-old actress stunned in a strapless pink Roland Mouret dress and was given her award of "mantlers" by three of her favorite leading men: Hugh Grant, Matthew McConaughey, and Keanu Reeves.
Grant, who starred alongside Bullock in Two Weeks Notice, kicked off the tribute by running into the crowd and surprising the brunette beauty.
"I did learn to love Sandy, I have to say, in that film and also, to fancy her a bit," the charming 53-year-old actor told the crowd. "I always thought she was kind of sneaky-hot. In the years that followed, I reckon she's gone from being sneaky hot to just plain hot, actually. I don't know where that came from."
Hugh then introduced the next mystery guest: Bullock's co-star from Speed and — who can forget? — The Lake House, Keanu Reeves.
"It was a pleasure to witness and share and feel the blossoming depth of your emotion and artistry of your craft," Reeves, 49, said, taking a more serious approach. "I know tonight is about your hotness, which cannot be denied, but your beauty is not just what's on the outside, but more importantly, what's on the inside. Your humanity, your humility, your sense of humor, your heart, your soul, your light, your talent, you share with all of us is amazing."
Bullock was quite emotional listening to Reeves, and we can assure you she wasn't acting. The actress was completely kept in the dark about both Grant — who flew in just for the day — and Reeves’s attendance.
Last, but not least, longtime pal and Guys Choice Man of the Year, Matthew McConaughey, took the stage to say a few words.
The 44-year-old Oscar winner revealed that he always found Bullock's collarbone sexy, and joked how he's been able to both successfully and unsuccessfully try to kiss her. Bullock was sitting in the audience with McConaughey's wife, Camila Alves, who was laughing along with the rest of the crowd (the trio were chummy all night as they hung out together in the green room before taking their seats).
Finally, the woman of the hour joined the gents on stage and was crowned, quite literally, with her honor.
"I feel like I'm at my funeral," Bullock, who looked like she stepped off the Miss Congeniality set, said laughing. "Decade of hotness, my question was what decade because I have several under my belt. It really should be decade of hot mess, that I can own."
"I'm here because someone dropped out and they needed someone quickly and they know I'm home on Saturdays," she continued. "I'd like to thank the Guys Choice Awards for this — the horns. How many people have held this up and said, 'I'm so horny!' I can't be the only one who has done that."
The crowd, per usual, was eating up everything Sandy had to say.
"I'd like to thank you for this honor, this is going to make an amazing slingshot for a four year old," Bullock laughed. "I'd like to thank every hairstylist, makeup artist for creating the illusion because this didn't look like this a couple of hours ago. Just sweatpants, an ACDC t-shirt … I would like to thank the Guys Choice Awards for giving me the platform tonight to look in the eye some of our brave men and women in uniform and say, thank you for defending us, for protecting us, and they do it without judgment … We all have different beliefs, different ways to make ourselves happy, and they don't go out and fight for what they believe in, they fight for what we believe in as a country. I'd like to thank them for that."
Spike TV invites men and women in armed services from all over the country to attend the show, which honors the troops.
"I'm just one of the luckiest girls I know, and three of the people that I'm just so crazy about are right next to me," Bullock concluded. "Thank you for this night."
Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards will air on the cable channel on Wednesday, June 11, at 9 p.m.