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Vampire movie Twilight led the way at the Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night - scoring a massive 11 wins.
The hit 2008 picture also secured wins in a string of off-beat categories including best romance and best liplock, while Cam Giganget was named best villain and Taylor Lautner lauded as the year's fresh face male.
Pattinson was also named choice male hottie alongside choice female hottie Megan Fox.
Other big winners in the acting categories were Hugh Jackman who picked up two prizes for his comic book blockbuster X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Zac Efron who landed two honours for his role in 17 Again and a further award for his turn in High School Musical 3: Senior Year.
Miley Cyrus landed four surfboard trophies in the acting categories - two for her big screen outing in Hannah Montana: The Movie and two for her Hannah Montana TV show. Her father Billy Ray Cyrus was named TV's top parental unit for his part in the teen franchise and her co-star Emily Osment was named best TV sidekick.
Cyrus also led the way in the music categories with her hit track The Climb being named single of the year and her Jonas Brothers collaboration Before the Storm winning best summer song.
Taylor Swift was named best female artist and handed the best female album award for her hit record Fearless while Jason Mraz landed the male equivalent in both categories, winning best male album for We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things.
The night also saw performances from the Black Eyed Peas, Sean Kingston and Miley Cyrus, who went on to present Britney Spears with the coveted Ultimate Choice award, telling the crowd, "I'm a big fan of hers!"
The list of main winners is as follows:
Movie Action Adventure: X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Movie Drama: Twilight
Movie Bromantic Comedy: Marley & Me
Movie Comedy: Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
Movie Chick Flick: 27 Dresses
Movie Horror/Thriller: Friday the 13th
Movie Music/Dance: High School Musical 3: Senior Year
TV Show Drama: Gossip Girl
TV Show Action Adventure: Heroes
TV Show Comedy: Hannah Montana
TV Breakout Show: Jonas
Music Single: Miley Cyrus, The Climb
Choice Music Hook-Up: Lady Ga Ga and Colby O'Donis, Just Dance
Music Male Artist: Jason Mraz
Music Female Artist: Taylor Swift
Music Rap Artist: Kanye West
Music R&B Artist: Beyonce
Music Rock Group: Paramore
Music Album Male Artist: Jason Mraz, We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things
Music Album Female Artist: Taylor Swift, Fearless
Choice Award: Britney Spears. »
Moss is nominated for a SAG Award in the lead actress in a drama series category for her role as Peggy Olson on AMC's "Mad Men." The actress, whose series credits also include "The West Wing" and "Invasion," stars on Broadway in the revival of David Mamet's "Speed-the-Plow." She continues to be managed by Gay Ribisi. »
- By Nellie Andreeva
Batman sequel The Dark Knight clutched a handful of prizes to steal the show at the 35th annual People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
The action film claimed Favorite Superhero, Favorite Movie, Favorite Onscreen Match-Up, Favorite Action Movie and Favorite Cast at the climax of the event.
Batman Christian Bale and co-star Aaron Eckhart and director Christopher Nolan were given a lengthy standing ovation as they took to the stage at the Shrine Auditorium, and then Bale remembered his Joker, Heath Ledger, in his brief acceptance speech.
He said, "Here's to Heath," as he raised one of the awards the cast and crew were presented with to the heavens.
The Dark Knight was the last film Ledger completed before his tragic death a year ago.
Meanwhile, Carrie Underwood was a triple threat at the prizegiving, claiming a trio of big prizes as America's awards season got serious.
The country star claimed the Favorite Country Singer, Favorite Country Song and Favorite Star Under 35 accolades, and also performed at the glitzy Shrine Auditorium prizegiving.
R+B star Chris Brown, Will Smith, Hugh Laurie and The Secret Life of Bees were all double winners, while Meryl Streep won a rare musical honour when her rendition of Abba's Mamma Mia, from the movie musical of the same name, earned her the Favorite Song From A Soundtrack award.
Queen Latifah, who hosted the event, was stunned when her film The Secret Life of Bees won the Favorite Film (Drama) award, while Wall-e was named Favorite Family Movie and 27 Dresses claimed the night's Favorite Film (Comedy) prize.
The award winners were:
Favorite Funny Male Star - Adam Sandler
Favorite Star Under 35 - Carrie Underwood
Favorite Competition/Reality Show - Dancing With The Stars
Favorite Talk Show Host - Ellen DeGeneres
Favorite Male Singer - Chris Brown
Favorite Movie Comedy - 27 Dresses
Favorite Female Movie Star - Reese Witherspoon
Favorite Family Movie - Wall-e
Favorite Male Movie Star - Will Smith
Favorite R+B Song - No One by Alicia Keys
Favorite Leading Man - Brad Pitt
Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show - Heroes
Favorite Male Action Star - Will Smith
Favorite Female Action Star - Angelina Jolie
Favorite Pop Song - I Kissed A Girl by Katy Perry
Favorite Game Show - Deal Or No Deal
Favorite Hip-Hop Song - Low by Flo Rida featuring T-Pain
Favorite Funny Female Star - Tina Fey
Favorite Animated Comedy - The Simpsons
Favorite Rock Song - All Summer Long by Kid Rock
Favorite Male TV Star - Hugh Laurie
Favorite Female Singer - Carrie Underwood
Favorite Country Song - Carrie Underwood
Favorite Leading Lady - Kate Hudson
Favorite Movie (Drama) - The Secret Life of Bees
Favorite Independent Movie - The Secret Life of Bees
Favorite Female TV Star - Christina Applegate
Favorite TV Drama - House
Favorite New TV Comedy - Gary Unmarried
Favorite New TV Drama - The Mentalist
Favorite TV Comedy - Two + A Half Men »
3 items from 2009
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