Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 was named choice movie – sci-fi/fantasy, while Part 2 was named choice movie of the summer.
Moreover, the movie’s stars Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson were named choice summer movie stars. Watson also won choice movie actress in a sci-fi/fantasy.
The Vampire Diaries was named choice TV show – fantasy/sci-fi, while stars Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder were named choice TV actress and actor in a TV show – fantasy/sci-fi. Actors Katerina Graham and Michael Trevino were named choice TV scene stealer.
Twilight star Taylor Lautner won the award for choice movie actor — sci-fi/fantasy for his role in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, where his fellow nominees included Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson. Still, Pattinson didn’t go home empty-handed: He was named choice movie actor and choice vampire.
Fox’s Glee also was a big winner in the TV categories, named choice TV comedy, choice TV actor for Cory Monteith and choice TV breakout star for Darren Criss.
Winning two awards was the CW’s Gossip Girl, which was named choice TV show — drama. Star Blake Lively was named choice TV show actress.
In the film categories, Fast Five was named choice action movie. Emma Stone was named choice actress in a romantic comedy for Easy A, while Ed Helms won the surfboard for choice hissy fit in a movie for The Hangover 2.
Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake were named choice actress and actor in a comedy for Bad Teacher.
Ashton Kutcher walked away with the giant surfboard trophy for choice movie actor — romantic comedy for No Strings Attached. While accepting his award, Kutcher led the audience in a sing-along of Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream.”
Kutcher, in his acceptance speech, seemed to make a reference to the debt ceiling crisis and Standard & Poor’s downgrading of America’s credit. “The whole United States of America needs to hear this,” Kutcher said.
“Here’s the best piece of advice I got when I was a teenager. Don’t ever charge anything on a credit card if you don’t already have the money in the bank to pay for it.” He then sang a spirited rendition of Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream.”
Meanwhile, Ellen DeGeneres was named choice comedian. In her acceptance speech, she quipped that she had considered singing “Stairway to Heaven” but decided it was too long. She took a shot at people who didn’t vote for her. “How dare you?” she said.
Justin Bieber went home with the nods for choice male artist and choice TV villain for his guest-starring role on CBS’ CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. In addition, he was named choice male hottie and choice twit.
“Three years ago, I was chilling on a couch in Canada watching the Teen Choice Awards, and now I’m here,” he said in his acceptance speech, adding that “anything is possible if you set your mind to it.”
Perry and Bruno Mars were named choice musical artists of the summer. Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift were the biggest winners at tonight’s Teen Choice Awards 2011.
Gomez, who performed during the show, took home five awards: choice actress (for her role in “Wizards of Waverly Place”), hottie female, music group (along with her band The Scene), music single (for “Who Says”), and love song (for “Love You Like a Love Song”).
“This is for all of you guys,” Gomez told the screeching crowd. “This isn’t mine.”
Swift was given a special ultimate choice award, and also picked up honors for music female artist, female country artist, red carpet fashion icon female, country single (for “Mean”), break-up song (“Back to December”).
“It’s been a long time since I was a teenager–like two years,” Swift said. The Teen Choice Awards took place at Universal City’s Gibson Amphitheatre and aired live on Fox. Kaley Cuoco hosted. [via The Hollywood Reporter and Huffpost]