Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift Are Big Winners At Teen Choice Awards 2012

America's teens have spoken. At the Sunday night Teen Choice Awards, teenagers voted for their favorite artists in music, television, and film. Like last year, Taylor Swift won big this time taking home awards for "Choice Female Artist", "Choice Female Country Artist", "Choice Single By A Female Artist", "Choice Country Song", and "Choice Movie Voice." That's five surfboards for those of you playing along at home. 

Other big winners of the night included The Vampire Diaries and its stars Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder, as well as Zac Efron for his role in the film The Lucky One. 

The Hunger Games also took home a whole lotta surfboards, with its stars Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson winning for "Choice Liplock". Twilight won the highest honor of the night when the film won the "Ultimate Choice Award".  

A list of the Teen Choice Awards winners is below: 

Choice Comedian -- Ellen DeGeneres

Choice Web Stars -- Sophia Grace and Rosie

Choice TV Show: Sci-Fi/Fantasy -- The Vampire Diaries

Choice TV Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy -- Nina DobrevThe Vampire Diaries

Choice TV Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy -- Ian SomerhalderThe Vampire Diaries

Choice Male TV Scene Stealer -- Michael TrevinoThe Vampire Diaries

Choice Movie Actor: Drama -- Zac EfronThe Lucky One

Choice TV Drama -- Pretty Little Liars

Choice Summer TV Star: Female -- Troian BellisarioPretty Little Liars

Choice TV Actress: Drama -- Lucy Hale, Pretty Little Liars

Choice TV Actor: Drama -- Ian HardingPretty Little Liars

Choice Hotties -- Miley Cyrus and Ian Somerhalder

Choice Music Group -- Selena Gomez and The Scene

Choice Movie: Comedy -- 21 Jump Street

Choice TV Actor: Action -- Adam RodriguezCSI: Miami

Choice Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy -- Jennifer LawrenceThe Hunger Games

Choice Movie Scene Stealer: Male -- Liam HemsworthThe Hunger Games

Choice Movie Villain -- Alexander LudwigThe Hunger Games

Choice Comedy Actress -- Emma StoneCrazy, Stupid, Love.

Choice Drama Actress -- Emma StoneThe Help

Choice Movie Breakout -- RihannaBattleship

Choice Hissy Fit -- Charlize TheronSnow White and the Huntsman

Choice Movie of the Summer -- Katy Perry: Part of Me

Choice Breakup Song -- Payphone, Maroon 5

Choice Female Movie Star of the Summer -- Kristen StewartSnow White and the Huntsman

Ultimate Choice Award -- Kristen StewartRobert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner

Choice Movie: Romance -- Breaking Dawn - Part 1

Choice Movie Actress: Romance -- Kristen StewartBreaking Dawn - Part 1

Inspire Award -- Miranda Cosgrove

Choice Female Artist -- Taylor Swift

Choice Single by a Female Artist -- Eyes OpenTaylor Swift

Choice Country Song -- Sparks FlyTaylor Swift

Choice Movie Voice -- Taylor Swift as Audrey, Dr. Seuss' The Lorax

Choice TV Female Scene Stealer -- Candice AccolaThe Vampire Diaries

Choice Female TV Breakout Star -- Hannah SimoneNew Girl

Choice Male Artist -- Justin Bieber

Choice Male Music Star of the Summer -- Justin Bieber

Choice Male Fashion Icon -- Justin Bieber

Choice Single by a Male Artist -- BoyfriendJustin Bieber

Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy -- Josh HutchersonThe Hunger Games

Choice Summer Music Star Group -- One Direction

Choice Music Breakout Group -- One Direction

Choice Love Song -- What Makes You Beautiful, One Direction

Choice Movie Actor: Romance -- Zac EfronThe Lucky One

Choice Movie: Drama -- The Lucky One

Choice TV Actor: Comedy -- Chris ColferGlee

Choice TV Actress: Comedy -- Lea MicheleGlee

Choice Summer TV Star: Male -- Tyler PoseyTeen Wolf

Choice Female Country Artist -- Taylor Swift

Choice Liplock -- Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence

Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy -- The Hunger Games

Choice Book -- The Hunger Games

Choice Movie Actress: Action -- Zoe Saldana

Choice Movie Actor: Action -- Taylor Lautner

Choice Summer Movie Star: Male -- Chris HemsworthSnow White and the Huntsman

Choice TV Comedy -- Glee

Choice TV Reality Star -- Pauly D

Choice Summer Music Star: Female -- Demi Lovato

Choice Breakout Artist -- Carly Rae Jepsen

Choice Song of the Summer -- Call Me Maybe, Carly Rae Jepsen

Choice Twit -- Demi Lovato

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Elena Sheppard

Elena is the Arts & Entertainment Editor at Mic. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Salon, Time Out New York, The New York Times Upfront, ABC News, and various travel publications. She is also a Princeton alum, a former Thailand resident, and a Brooklyn native.

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