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Twilight stars win Teen Choice Awards
10 August 2009
Last updated at 10:50
Vampire drama Twilight dominated the Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles, scooping 11 prizes.
Vampire drama Twilight stole the show at the Teen Choice Awards, scooping a staggering 11 wins. One of the top slots went to Kristen Stewart, who won in the movie drama actress category for her role as Bella.
Twilight's Robert Pattinson picked up two surfboard-shaped trophies, beating Slumdog Millionaire star Dev Patel to the movie drama actor and male hottie awards for his role as Edward in the vampire movie.
Britney Spears donned a daring, black sparkling minidress to the event, which honoured celebrities in TV, film, music and sports, with winners voted for by the public online. She was rewarded with a lifetime achievement trophy.
Miley Cyrus went for a rock chick look as she performed on stage. The 16-year-old sailed away with six awards, including best comedy TV show for Hannah Montana and music single for The Climb.
The awards were hosted by Jonas Brothers - Nick, Joe and Kevin - who also won five surfboards, including male red carpet icons and breakout TV show.
Other big winners included Zac Efron who won the best music/dance actor for High School Musical 3 and comedy movie actor and rock star moment for 17 Again.
Gossip Girl actor Chace Crawford took away the TV actor surfboard. The ceremony, which is now in its 11th year, was held at the Universal Studios' Gibson Amphitheatre in LA.
Apl de ap, Fergie, will.i.am, and Taboo, from Black Eyed Peas, took to the stage, with Fergie performing in a black rubber catsuit.
Actress Megan Fox picked up Teen Choice's hottie award in a metallic frayed frock. More than 85 awards were handed out during the show, with categories as diverse as best hissy fit, rumble and celebrity pet.
The awards also pulled in Hollywood A-listers Cameron Diaz and Hugh Jackman. Other winners included Beyonce, American Idol finalist David Archuleta, David Beckham and the Gossip Girl's Ed Westwick.
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