Teen Choice Awards: photos and fashion!

Teen Choice Awards: photos and fashion!

Twilight, Gossip Girl and Britney Spears were the big winners at last night's Teen Choice Awards as voted for by the teens and tweens of America.

With no less than eleven wins at last night's awards it was clear that Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and the Twilight cast are very much on the top of everyone's favourites list right now. With awards including Choice Movie, Romance, Liplock (Pattinson and Stewart) and Soundtrack, the Twilight gang owned the stage at Universal Studio's Gibson Ampitheatre, where the ceremony took place, and received a suitably squealing reception from their adoring fans.


It was a very fashionable affair with Cameron Diaz making an appearance in a body-con grey frock while Leighton Meester wowed in monochrome Louis Vuitton and Vanessa Hudgens opted for a violet Christian Dior minidress.

Megan Fox amped up the siren factor in a thigh-skimming gold gown and Hayden Panettiere donned a blush pink Zac Posen dress.

The awards featured performances by teen queen Miley Cyrus, The Black Eyed Peas and The Jonas Brothers, to get the ceremony going in pop-tastic style.

The Jonas Brothers were on presenting duty, and managed to scoop a clutch of accolades themselves, including Choice Male Red Carpet Icons. One of the show's highlights was the trio undertaking a series of dares set by the audience, one of which involved hugging a line up of female fans. "It's just hugs, you're not going for long-term relationships here girls," Joe cautioned them.

The Gossip Girl cast were also on the list of winners with Chace Crawford, Leighton Meester and Ed Westwick scooping the gongs for TV Drama Actor, Actress and Villain.

The Teen Choice awards wouldn't have been complete without at least an appearance by the High School Musical stars. Zac Efron and his on/off screen girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens didn't arrive together but they met up once inside the ceremony.

Though Vanessa went home empty-handed this time, Zac went home with no less than three awards, one for High School Musical 3: Senior Year and two for his role in 17 Again.


By Pat McNulty


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