It’s not just the surfboards that make the Teen Choice Awards the summer’s hottest awards show. We’ve got the highlights of the amazing performances and cool celebs that hit the stage last night.
Will.I.Am was in the DJ booth throughout the night playing some of the year’s biggest hits. He also took the stage to perform on his own.
This year’s host, The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco took a break from handing out surfboards to jam with America’s Best Dance Crew winners, Poreotix.
The cast of The Vampire Diaries took home five awards last night, including Choice TV Actor, Actress, Male Scene Stealer, Female Scene Stealer, and TV Show in the Fantasy/Sci-Fi category!
After suffering a broken jaw and fractured wrist over Memorial Day Weekend, Sean Kingston appeared to present a surfboard to his good friend Justin Bieber for Choice Male Artist.
Selena Gomez and the Scene were awarded for Choice Music Group, but the multi-talented starlet also snagged four other surfboards for Choice TV Actress Comedy and Choice Female Hottie.
Choice Vampire was awarded to none other than the Twilight Saga’s Robert Pattinson. The award was presented in association with Cancer Bites, a non-profit that raises awareness and provides education on blood cancers.
Cameron Diaz snagged a surfboard for Choice Movies Actress Comedy for her role as a potty-mouthed, money-grubbing educator in the summer hit Bad Teacher.
Kaley couldn’t be stopped as she took on Chuck’s” Zachary Levi in a table tennis tournament for the ages in matching pink socks, shorts and headbands.
Demi Lovato thanked her fans for their love and support when she received a surfboard for the inspirational ”Skyscraper” as Choice Summer Song.
Jason Derulo got the crowd going when he performed his club hit “Don’t’ Wanna Go Home” armed with a large troupe of dancers that took over the stage.
The cast of Glee was one of the big winners of the night with three awards: Choice TV Show Comedy; Choice TV Actor Comedy for Cory Monteith and Choice TV Break Out Star for Darren Criss.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I snagged a slew of awards that Tom Felton and Rupert Grint hit the stage to accept. Daniel Radcliffe, currently on Broadway, made a satellite appearance to accept his award.