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2011 Teen Choice Awards - Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez And Harry Potter Reign Supreme


Aug. 8 2011, Published 3:58 p.m. ET

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The big winners at Sunday night's 2011 Teen Choice Awards at Universal City's Amphitheatre were Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez and Harry Potter.

The Harry Potter franchise nabbed a whopping seven surfboards - Choice Movie (sci-fi), Choice Summer Movie, Choice Movie Actor-sci-fi (Daniel Radcliffe), Choice Summer Movie Actress sci-fi (Emma Watson), Choice Summer Movie Star (Emma Watson), Choice Movie Villain (Tom Felton) and Choice Lip-lock (Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson).

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Country cutie Taylor Swift won five awards, Ultimate Choice, Choice Female Artist, Choice Female Artist (Country), Choice Breakup Song: Back to December, Choice Single (Country): Mean and Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon.

2011 Teen Choice Awards Complete List of Winners

Justin Bieber's babe, Selena Gomez matched the score with five awards of her own, including, Choice Hottie, Choice Actress, Choice Music Single of the Year: Who Says, Choice Music Group: Selena Gomez & the Scene and Choice Love Song: Love You Like a Love Song.

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The Biebs wasn't too far behind his sweetheart, winning a total of four awards - Choice Male Music Artist, Choice Villain, Choice Male Hottie and Choice Twit!

And, not surprisingly, Twilight also scored a fair share of the awards with Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene winning choice scene stealers, hunky Taylor Lautner winning Choice scifi actor and Robert Pattinson scoring twice with Choice Vampire and Choice Movie Actor Drama.




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