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VIDEO: Mark Wahlberg Apologizes to Tom Felton for "Taylor Swifting" His Speech

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Jun. 7 2010, Published 10:53 a.m. ET

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He may have won Best Villain at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards but Tom Felton doesn't really live up to the name — at least when it comes to holding a grudge against Mark Wahlberg.

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Tom had a slight Taylor Swift/Kanye West moment during his Best Villain acceptance speech Sunday night involving a dangling Mark and Will Ferrell above his head "Taylor Swift-ing" his speech.

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"The most surreal moment of my life," Tom told MTV News of his win. "I had Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell hanging above my head on a wire. So, yeah, I can't know what to make of that."

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But during his interview, Mark came up and apologized to Tom in person.

"We were only kidding," Mark told Tom and patted him on the back. "Sorry about that, great job.... Thanks for being a good sport."

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After Mark walked away Tom was as giddy as a Harry Potter fan.

"You've got that on camera, yeah? Evidence! We're tight now!" he joked. "We're thinking about a rap album. We got some TV shows we're thinking about. He wants me to be on Entourage. I said I'm not too sure about it. We're tight. Laughs. I can't believe it. Amazing!"

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