Young Hollywood was out in force Sunday at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, CA for the 2011 Teen Choice Awards.
Kids aged 13-19 decide the winners and not surprisingly the show is packed with performances and appearances from all the latest teen heartthrobs, including Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Rob Pattinson and Taylor Lautner.
Hosted by 25-year-old Big Bang theory actress Kaley Cuoco and with performances by The Scene and Selena Gomez, The Teen Choice Awards is bound to be a fun-packed entertaining night.
RadarOnline.com will be live blogging the winners so be sure to check back regularly for all the latest developments as they happen.
Keeping up With The Kardashians opened up the night's festivities and first the performance of the night came from the Black Eyed Peas star Will.i.am.
UPDATE: After a "very special tribute" the Harry Potter franchise cleans up, nabbing a whopping total of seven surfboards - Choice Movie (sci-fi), Choice Summer Movie, Choice Movie Actor-sci-fi (Daniel Radcliffe), Choice 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).
UPDATE: And it's Rob again as Pattinson scores the award for Choice Movie Actor Drama.
UPDATE: Choice Vampire goes to .... surprise surprise....Twilight hottie Robert Pattinson.
UPDATE: Bieber fever reigns supreme - will he beat out his girlfriend for most awards of the night? Just scores his fourth of the night, though maybe one he wont be particularly proud of -- Choice Twit!!
UPDATE: Oh! And it's Bieber again -- Justin wins for Choice Hottie Male.
UPDATE: And Bieber's up again -- this time winning the dubious accolade of Choice Villain!
UPDATE: Justin Bieber scores the award for Choice Music Male Artist.
UPDATE: Choice Music Song of the Summer is Demi Lovato's hit Skyscraper.
UPDATE: Choice Movie Comedy Actress award goes to Bad Teacher actress Cameron Diaz... who gives a decidedly un-kid friendly shout out thank-you to her fans for giving an 'F'!!
UPDATE: Country cutie Taylor Swift bags the Ultimate Choice Award, Choice Female Artist, Choice Female Artist (Country), Choice Breakup Song: Back to December, Choice Single (Country): Mean and Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon.
UPDATE: Choice Movie Actress in a Romantic Comedy is Crazy Stupid Love star Emma Stone.
UPDATE: Fist pumps all round as Jersey Shore wins Choice Reality TV show and Pauly D wins Choice Reality TV star.
UPDATE: Choice Music Stars of the Summer are Bruno Mars and Mrs. Russell Brand -- Katy Perry.
UPDATE: Choice Action Movie award goes to Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson and Paul Walker's mega-smash hit Fast Five.
UPDATE: Another win for Glee as Choice TV Breakout Star award goes to Darren Criss.
UPDATE: Choice TV Show Comedy goes to Glee, for the second year running.
UPDATE: Choice TV Show SciFi Fantasy goes to the hit CW show The Vampire Diaries.
UPDATE: Choice Movie Hissy Fit goes to Hangover star Ed Helms.
UPDATE: 19-year-old Selena Gomez cleans up.... winning a total of five awards: Choice Actress, Choice Hottie, Choice Music Group, Choice Single of the Year and Choice Love Song. Bieber's babe performs Love You Like A Love Song with her band The Scene and dedicates her multitude of awards to her fans. "This is for all of you guys," Gomez told the screeching crowd. "This isn't mine."
UPDATE: Choice Movie Scene Stealers Goes to Twilight once again.... this time Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene
UPDATE: Choice Movie actor Scifi goes to Twilight ab-tastic hunk Taylor Lautner.
UPDATE: Choice TV Actress Drama award goes to Leonardo DiCaprio's new girl, Blake Lively.
UPDATE: Choice Comedian Award goes to Ellen Degeneres, beating out Daniel Tosh, George Lopez, Andy Samberg and Jimmy Fallon.
UPDATE: Choice Movie Actor: Romantic Comedy Award Goes To Ashton Kutcher, who performs a rousing rendition of Katy Perry's hit Teenage Dream - a real crowd favorite. Before launching into song Kutcher shares some sage advice with the young crowd: "Don't ever charge anything on a credit card if you don't already have the money in the bank to pay for it," he said.