“The Hunger Games” and the latest installment in the “Twilight” saga were big winners among at Sunday’s 14th annual Teen Choice Awards while Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber continued to dominate the music races. (See full list of winners here.)
“Breaking Dawn: Part 1″ won Romance Movie and Romance Movie Actress for leading lady Kristen Stewart. In addition, the franchise was recognized with the Ultimate Choice Award, bringing its total haul to 41 surfboards so far.
However, the first film in “The Hunger Games” series fared even better winning the Sci-Fi Movie prize while Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson took that genre’s acting awards and shared the Liplock prize. Co-star Liam Hemsworth was named Movie Scene Stealer while Alexander Ludwig won Movie Villain.
Zac Efron took home two movie actor awards, winning both Drama and Romance categories for “The Lucky One,” which was named Choice Drama. And Emma Stone won both the Drama (“The Help”) and Comedy (“Crazy Stupid Love”) movie actress prizes.
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Swift claimed five awards, bringing her total collection to 20: Female Music Artist, Country Artist, Single by a Female Artist (“Eyes Open”), Country Song (“Sparks Fly”) and Movie Voice ( Audrey in “Dr. Suess’ The Lorax.”).
Bieber won Male Music Artist, Male Music Star of the Summer and Male Fashion Icon while his song “Boyfriend” was named Single by a Male Artist.
On the TV front, “The Vampire Diaries” repeated as Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show as did series stars Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder as well as Scene Stealer Michael Trevino. And “Pretty Little Liars” won four awards, including TV Drama.
Two FOX stars — Kevin McHale (“Glee”) and “X Factor” judge Demi Lovato — hosted the kudocast. Winners were determined by online balloting which racked up 134 million votes.
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