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2009 Teen Choice Awards

2009 Teen Choice Awards
Date August 9, 2009 (2009-08-09)
Location Gibson Amphitheatre, Universal City, California
Host Jonas Brothers
Television/Radio coverage
Network Fox
2008 Teen Choice Awards 2010 >

The 2009 Teen Choice Awards were held on August 9, 2009, at the Gibson Amphitheatre, Universal City, California. The event was hosted by the Jonas Brothers, Nick, Kevin and Joe, who also performed. Twilight took home most awards with the total of 10 wins out of 11 nominations, including Robert Pattinson winning Choice Male Hottie. Miley Cyrus presented Britney Spears with the Ultimate Choice Award.[1]

Performers

Presenters

Awards

Movie

Choice Movie: Action Adventure Choice Movie: Drama
Choice Movie: Romance Choice Movie: Romantic Comedy
Choice Movie: Comedy Choice Movie: Horror/Thriller
Choice Movie: Music/Dance Choice Movie: Hissy Fit
Choice Movie Actor: Drama Choice Movie Actress: Drama
Choice Movie Actor: Action Adventure Choice Movie Actress: Action Adventure
Choice Movie Actor: Comedy Choice Movie Actress: Comedy
Choice Movie Actor: Music/Dance Choice Movie Actress: Music/Dance
Choice Movie: Villain Choice Movie: Rumble
Choice Movie: Fresh Face Male Choice Movie: Fresh Face Female
Choice Movie: Liplock Choice Movie: Rockstar Moment

TV

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Choice TV Show: Drama Choice TV Show: Action Adventure
Choice TV Show: Comedy Choice TV: Animated Show
Choice TV: Reality Choice TV: Reality Competition
Choice TV Actor: Drama Choice TV Actress: Drama
Choice TV Actor: Action Adventure Choice TV Actress: Action Adventure
Choice TV Actor: Comedy Choice TV Actress: Comedy
Choice TV: Personality Choice TV: Breakout Show
Choice TV: Breakout Star Male Choice TV: Breakout Star Female
Choice TV: Male Reality/Variety Star Choice TV: Female Reality/Variety Star
Choice TV: Villain Choice TV: Sidekick
Choice TV: Parental Unit

Music

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Choice Music: Single Choice Music: Hook Up
Choice Music: Male Artist Choice Music: Female Artist
Choice Music: Rap Artist Choice Music: R&B Artist
Choice Music: Rock Group Choice Music: Breakout Artist
Choice Music: Love Song Choice Music: R&B Track
Choice Music: Rap/Hip-Hop Track Choice Music: Rock Track
Choice Music: Album (Male Artist) Choice Music: Album (Female Artist)
Choice Music: Album (Group) Choice Music: Soundtrack
Choice Music: Tour

Summer

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Choice Summer Movie Drama Choice Summer Movie Comedy
Choice Summer Movie Romance Choice Summer Movie Action Adventure
Choice Summer Movie Star Male Choice Summer Movie Star Female
Choice Summer TV Show Choice Summer TV Star Female
Choice Summer TV Star Male Choice Summer Song

Other

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Choice Athlete: Male Choice Athlete: Female
Choice Action Sports Athlete: Male Choice Action Sports Athlete: Female
Choice Male Hottie Choice Female Hottie
Choice Red Carpet Icon: Male Choice Red Carpet Icon: Female
Choice Comedian Choice Celebrity Activist
Choice Celebrity Pet Choice Video Game
Choice Celebrity Baby

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Teen Choice Awards 2009 nominees". LA Times. June 15, 2009. Retrieved August 28, 2012. 
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