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Young Hollywood Awards

Young Hollywood Awards
Awarded for Outstanding Achievement in entertainment targeting teenagers and young adults.
Country  United States
Presented by Fox
First awarded 1999
Official website www.younghollywoodawards.com

The Young Hollywood Awards is an award presented annually which honors the year's biggest achievements in pop music, movies, sports, television, fashion and more, as voted on by teenagers aged 13–19 and young adults. The award ceremonies also honor rising and promising young aged performers in Hollywood. The award ceremony usually features a high number of celebrities and musical performers such as Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, and Nick Jonas.[1] New artists such as Black Cards and Brazzabelle have also performed.

The Young Hollywood Awards was started in 1999.[2]

Categories

In the 2010 awards, the following categories were present:

  • Young Hollywood Newcomer of the Year[1]
  • Young Hollywood Artist of the Year[1]
  • Young Hollywood Superstar in the Making[1]
  • Young Hollywood Breakthrough of the Year[1]
  • Young Hollywood Comedian of the Year[1]
  • Young Hollywood Cast to Watch[1]
  • Young Hollywood Making their Mark[1]
  • Young Hollywood Style Icon[1]

The categories which have been removed from the awards are Superstar of Tomorrow and Best Rolemodel.[1]

See also

References

External links

  • The award's official site - The Young Hollywood Awards' official website
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