2014 Teen Choice Awards

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2014 Teen Choice Awards
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Date August 10, 2014
Location Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles
Host Tyler Posey, Sarah Hyland
Television/Radio coverage
Network Fox
Producer
  • Production company: Bob Bain Productions,
  • Producer: Paul Flattery, Kelly Brock, Greg Sills (supervising producer)
  • Executive producer: Bob Bain, Michael Burg
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The 2014 Teen Choice Awards were held on August 10, 2014 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.[1] The event was originally scheduled to take place at the UCLA Pauley Pavilion, which was flooded by a broken water pipe on July 29, 2014 near the campus. It was broadcast on Fox at 8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed. The awards celebrate the year's achievements in music, film, television, sports, fashion, comedy, video games and the Internet, and were voted on by viewers aged 13 through 19. Selena Gomez was awarded the Ultimate Choice Award during the show.

One Direction were the biggest winners of the night, winning all ten awards they were nominated for (including an award given out to Harry Styles and one dedicated to their fans). The Fault in Our Stars won all seven of its nominations as well, including four awards for Ansel Elgort.

Voting controversy[edit]

Tweets from nominees of the newly added Internet categories stirred up questions amongst viewers as Choice Viner Cameron Dallas tweeted to his three million followers that he was informed of winning his Teen Choice Award 6 days before voting ended. Matt Espinosa, another nominee of the night also voiced his opinion as he tweeted, “Basically they picked the people almost 6 days before voting was done and used all of us for promotion.” The two viners both deleted their tweets shortly after. However, teens continued to show their outrage. Tweets concerning the voting process flooded Twitter as many upset voters express their opinion of the fixed results. Nevertheless, the TCA rules state that, "Teenasaurus Rox reserves the right to choose the winner from the top four vote generators." Speculation of the significance of the teens' votes continue as it is uncertain of who actually had the most votes in each category.[2]

Presenters[edit]

Performers[edit]

Awards[edit]

The first wave of nominees was announced on June 17, 2014.[3] The second wave of nominees was announced on July 17, 2014.[4] There are a total of 88 awards. Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.[5]

Choice Movie[edit]

Action Actor: Action Actress: Action
Drama Actor: Drama Actress: Drama
Sci-Fi/Fantasy Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Comedy Actor: Comedy Actress: Comedy
Villain Scene Stealer Breakout Star
Chemistry Liplock Hissy Fit
Summer Movie Summer Movie Star

Choice Music[edit]

Male Artist Female Artist Music Group
Electronic Dance Music (EDM) Artist R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Rock Group
Male Country Artist Female Country Artist Country Group
Country Song Song: Female Artist Song: Male Artist
Song: Group R&B/Hip-Hop Song Rock Song
EDM Song Love Song Break-Up Song
Summer Song Summer Music Star: Female Summer Music Star: Male
Summer Music Star: Group Summer Tour Breakout Artist
Breakout Group

Choice Television[edit]

Drama Show Actor: Drama Actress: Drama
Fantasy/Sci-Fi Series Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Comedy Show Actor: Comedy Actress: Comedy
Animated Show Reality Show Reality Competition Show
Villain Reality Personality: Male Reality Personality: Female
Scene Stealer: Male Scene Stealer: Female Breakout Star: Male
Breakout Star: Female Breakout Show Summer Show
Summer TV Star: Male Summer TV Star: Female

Choice Fashion[edit]

Female Hottie Male Hottie

Choice Sports[edit]

Male Athlete Female Athlete

Choice Other[edit]

Comedian Smile Candie's Style Icon

Choice Web[edit]

Web Star: Female Web Star: Male Web Star: Comedy
Web Star: Music Web Star: Fashion/Beauty Web Star: Gaming
Social Media King Social Media Queen Twit
Instagrammer Viner Fanatic Fans

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vulpo, Mike (August 10, 2014). "2014 Teen Choice Awards: The Fault in Our Stars Win Big, Maid in Manhattan Reunion & More Highlights". Retrieved August 11, 2014. 
  2. ^ Driscoll, Molly (August 11, 2014). "Teen Choice Awards: Who won and why some fans are angry about the voting process". Csmonitor.com. Retrieved August 16, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Teen Choice Awards Nominees For 2014 Announced". The Huffington Post. June 18, 2014. Retrieved June 20, 2014. 
  4. ^ "Second Wave of Nominations for 'Teen Choice 2014' Announced". July 17, 2014. Retrieved July 17, 2014. 
  5. ^ Nordyke, Kimberly (August 10, 2014). "Teen Choice Awards: The Complete Winners List". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved August 17, 2014. 

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