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Teen Choice Awards: Winners List

This year’s Teen Choice Awards was held Sunday night at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, announcing winners based on the votes of teenagers in categories such as movies, television and music.

The show was originally set to be held at the Pauly Pavilion near UCLA, but the venue had to be changed after the Pavilion was flooded with water and needed repairs.

The show was hosted by Tyler Posey and Sarah Hyland. Big winners included “The Fault in Our Stars,” Ansel Elgort, Ariana Grande, Kevin Hart and One Direction. The full list of winners is below:

Choice Movie: Action/Adventure
“Divergent”

Choice Movie Actor: Action/Adventure
Theo James, “Divergent”

Choice Movie Actress: Action/Adventure
Shailene Woodley, “Divergent”

Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”

Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Josh Hutcherson, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”

Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Jennifer Lawrence, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and “X-Men: Days of Future Past”

Choice Movie: Drama
“The Fault in Our Stars”

Choice Movie Actor: Drama
Ansel Elgort, “The Fault in Our Stars”

Choice Movie Actress: Drama
Shailene Woodley, “The Fault in Our Stars”

Choice Movie: Comedy
“The Other Woman”

Choice Movie Actor: Comedy
Kevin Hart, “Ride Along”

Choice Movie Actress: Comedy
Emma Roberts, “We’re The Millers”

Choice Movie Villain
Donald Sutherland, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”

Choice Movie Scene Stealer
Nat Wolff, “The Fault In Our Stars”

Choice Movie Breakout Star
Ansel Elgort, “Divergent” and “The Fault in Our Stars”

Choice Movie Chemistry
Ansel Elgort, Nat Wolff and Shailene Woodley, “The Fault in Our Stars”

Choice Movie Liplock
Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, “The Fault In Our Stars”

Choice Movie Hissy Fit
Jonah Hill, “22 Jump Street”

Choice Summer Movie
“22 Jump Street”

Choice Summer Movie Star
Channing Tatum, “22 Jump Street”

Choice TV Show: Drama
“Pretty Little Liars”

Choice TV Actor: Drama
Ian Harding, “Pretty Little Liars”

Choice TV Actress: Drama
Lucy Hale, “Pretty Little Liars”

Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci-Fi
“The Vampire Diaries”

Choice TV Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Ian Somerhalder, “The Vampire Diaries”

Choice TV Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Nina Dobrev, “The Vampire Diaries”

Choice TV Show: Comedy
“The Big Bang Theory”

Choice TV Actor: Comedy
Ross Lynch, “Austin & Ally”

Choice TV Actress: Comedy
Lea Michele, “Glee”

Choice TV: Animated Show
“The Simpsons”

Choice TV: Reality Competition Show
“The Voice”

Choice TV: Reality Show
“Keeping Up With The Kardashians”

Choice TV Villain
Dylan O’Brien, “Teen Wolf”

Choice TV Reality Personality – Male
Adam Levine, “The Voice”

Choice TV Reality Personality – Female
Shakira, “The Voice”

Choice TV Male Scene Stealer
Tyler Hoechlin, “Teen Wolf”

Choice TV Female Scene Stealer
Candice Accola, “The Vampire Diaries”

Choice TV Female Breakout Star
Sasha Pieterse, “Pretty Little Liars”

Choice TV: Male Breakout Star
Brett Dalton, “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”

Choice TV: Breakout Show
“Faking It”

Choice Summer TV Show
“Wipeout”

Choice Summer TV Star: Male
Tyler Blackburn, “Pretty Little Liars”

Choice Summer TV Star: Female
Ashley Benson, “Pretty Little Liars”

Choice Male Artist
Ed Sheeran

Choice Female Artist
Ariana Grande

Choice Music Group
One Direction

Choice Electronic Dance Music (EDM) Artist
Calvin Harris

Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Artist
Iggy Azalea

Choice Rock Group
Imagine Dragons

Choice Male Country Artist
Hunter Hayes

Choice Female Country Artist
Taylor Swift

Choice Country Group
Lady Antebellum

Choice Country Song
“This is How We Roll,” Florida Georgia Line featuring Luke Bryan

Choice Single Female Artist
“Problem,” Ariana Grande featuring Iggy Azalea

Choice Single Male Artist
“Sing,” Ed Sheeran

Choice Single Group
“Story of My Life,” One Direction

Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song
“Fancy,” Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX

Choice Rock Song
“Pompeii,” Bastille

Choice EDM Song
“Wake Me Up,” Avicii

Choice Love Song
“You & I,” One Direction

Choice Break-Up Song
“Story of My Life,” One Direction

Choice Music Breakout Artist
Austin Mahone

Choice Music: Breakout Group
5 Seconds of Summer

Choice Summer Song
“Really Don’t Care,” Demi Lovato featuring Cher Lloyd

Choice Summer Music Star: Female
Demi Lovato

Choice Summer Music Star: Male
Jason Derulo

Choice Summer Music Star: Group
5 Seconds of Summer

Choice Summer Tour
One Direction, “Where We Are Tour”

Candie’s Choice Style Icon
Zendaya

Choice Female Hottie
Selena Gomez

Choice Male Hottie
One Direction

Choice Smile
Harry Styles

Choice Male Athlete
LeBron James

Choice Female Athlete
Serena Williams

Choice Web Star: Female
Bethany Mota

Choice Web Star: Male
Tyler Oakley

Choice Web Star: Comedy
Our2ndLife

Choice Web Star: Music
Shawn Mendes

Choice Web Star: Fashion/Beauty
Zoe Sugg (“Zoella”)

Choice Web Star: Gaming
PewDiePie

Choice Web Collaboration
Troye Sivan & Tyler Oakley – The “Boyfriend” Tag

Choice Social Media King
One Direction

Choice Social Media Queen
Katy Perry

Choice Twit
One Direction

Choice Viner
Cameron Dallas

Choice Instagrammer
Miley Cyrus

Choice Fanatic Fans
#Directioners

Choice Comedian
Kevin Hart

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