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Teen Choice Awards Rounds Up Usual Suspects as Winners

As fan-selected awards shows go, The Teen Choice Awards rounded up the usual suspects. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart in film, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift in music and Miley Cyrus, well, for just being Miley, were among the winners–again–at Sunday’s show. Still there were a few surprises.

UK boy band One Direction emerged as a popular favorite, “The Hunger Games,” proved it is about to become the new “Twilight” after winning popular support, Jonah Hill emerged as a top funny man and “The Vampire Diaries” was the popular TV favorite.

The 2012 Choice Award Winners


Ultimate Choice: KristenStewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner
Movie, Romance: Twilight, Breaking Dawn, Part One
Movie Actor, Drama: Zac Efron
Movie Actor, Romance: Zac Efron
Movie Actress, Romance: Kristen Stewart
Movie Drama: The Lucky One
Movie, Comedy: 21 Jump Street
Movie Actress, Sci-Fi/Fantasy: Jennifer Lawrence
Movie Actor, Sci-Fi/Fantasy: Josh Hutcherson
Summer Female Movie Star: Kristen Stewart
Summer Male Movie Star: Chris Hemsworth
Male Scene Stealer: Liam Hemsworth
Villain: Alexander Ludwig
Actress, Comedy: Emma Stone
Actress Drama: Emma Stone
Movie Breakout: Rihanna
Hissy Fit: Charlize Theron
Summer Movie, Comedy or Music: Katy Perry’s Part Of Me
Movie Romance: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1
Movie Actress, Romance: Kristen Stewart

Female Artist: Taylor Swift
Male Artist: Justin Bieber
Female Country Artist: Taylor Swift
Single by a Female: Taylor Swift – Eyes Open
Country Song: Taylor Swift – Sparks Fly
Movie Voice: Taylor Swift as Audrey (The Lorax)
Music Group: Selena Gomez and the Scene
Summer Male Music Star: Justin Bieber
Summer Female Music Star: Demi Lovato
Breakup Song: Payphone by Maroon 5
Breakout Artist: Carly Rae Jepsen
Summer Song: Carly Rae Jepsen- Call Me Maybe
Summer Music Group: One Direction
Music Breakout Group: One Direction
Love Song: One Direction, What Makes You Beautiful

Choice TV Show, Sci Fi/Fantasy: The Vampire Diaries
Choice TV Show, Drama: Pretty Little Liars
Choice TV Show, Comedy: Glee
Choice TV Actor, Sci-Fi/Fantasy: Ian Somerhalder
Choice TV Actress, Sci-Fi/Fantasy: Nina Dobrev
Choice TV Actor, Drama: Ian Harding
Choice TV Actress, Drama: Lucy Hale
Choice TV Male Scene Stealer: Michael Trevino
Choice TV Female Scene Stealer: Candice Accola
Choice TV Actor Action: Adam Rodriguez
Choice TV Actress, Comedy: Lea Michele
Choice TV Actor, Comedy: Chris Colfer
Choice Summer TV Star Male: Tyler Posey
Choice Summer TV Star Female: Troian Bellisario
Choice TV Breakout Star Female: Hannah Simone
Choice TV Reality Star: Pauly D

Choice Hotties: Miley Cyrus & Ian Somerhalder
Choice Comedian: Ellen DeGeneres
Choice Web Star: Sophia Grace & Rosie
Acuvue Inspire Award: Miranda Cosgrove
Choice Male Fashion Icon: Justin Bieber

Fans cast 134 million votes to pick winners in a contest where multiple voting was allow. Winners not only had the most fans, but the most ardent.

Demi Lovato and “Glee” star Kevin McHale were hot as hosts. Lovato showed off a number of looks from space age sexy to rock-star chic. No Doubt, with Gwen Stefani, was a highlight. It’s been ages since they’ve performed. Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen, who seem attached at the hip, and Flo Rida also performed.

Among the award winners there were few surprises. Bieber was named Choice Male Artist in the music category. Girlfriend Selena Gomez and her band the Scene won the best band award. “This is the best birthday present ever!” Gomez, who turned 20 on Sunday, burbled. Hart then an audience rendition of “Happy Birthday.”

Swift, a perennial winner, took home Female Artist, Single by a Female Artist (“Eyes Open”), Best Country Song (“Sparks Fly”), Female Country Artist and Choice Movie Voice for her role as Audrey in “Dr. Suess’ The Lorax.” In all, she’s won 20 awards.

“Twilight” and it’s assorted cast members, particularly Pattinson and Stewart and Taylor Lautner, won awards and the movie was named the “Ultimate Choice.” The film series has won more than 40 awards over it’s four-year run, with one film left to go, Breaking Dawn, Part 2.

The new teen flick on the block, “The Hunger Games” was well represented. Josh Hutcherson was named Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy. “The Hunger Games” also won Choice Book and Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy. Hutcherson and co-star Jennifer Lawrence topped Pattinson and Stewart for best Lip Lock.

Zac Efron proved he hasn’t lost his touch since the High School Musical series with wins for dramatic movie actor, and romantic movie actor for “The Lucky Ones.” The film won for best drama.

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