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Bullock nabs surfboard, wipeout trophies

HOLLYWOOD — It was the supreme teen scream on Sunday at the Universal Amphitheater, filled to capacity for Fox’s “Teen Choice Awards.” Event was taped in front of an audience of teen and pre-teen fans who voted for their favorites in film, television, music and sports.

Big winner for the evening was Sandra Bullock, who nabbed the surfboard trophy for movie comedy and for choice wipeout for her role in “Miss Congeniality.” Other winners included Ben Affleck, who made a surprise appearance to accept for movie actor, Julia Stiles as movie actress, and Reese Witherspoon, who accepted for the No. 1 movie of the summer, “Legally Blonde.”

Wrestling fave The Rock picked up a trophy for being the No. 1 sleazebag, in “The Mummy Returns,” and on the TV front, thesps Jessica Alba, Joshua Jackson and Sean Hayes all received kudos.

Britney Spears and Aaron Carter nabbed music awards, as well as rock classic Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler and Joe Perry for favorite rock track, “Jaded.”

‘N Sync garnered its share for choice concert and single.

Thesp comic Adam Sandler was called on stage to accept for choice comedian and lamented on early puberty, sharing a heartfelt poem on how he’s managed the stave off the ravages of hormones.

Other winners included Jennifer Lopez, Justin Timberlake, Carson Daly, Tony Hawk, Shaquille O’Neal, Mia Hamm and Tyrese.

Event will air Monday on Fox.

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