2011 Teen Choice Awards
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|2011 Teen Choice Awards|
|Date||Sunday, August 7, 2011|
|Location||Gibson Amphitheatre, Los Angeles|
|Hosted by||Kaley Cuoco|
The show was viewed by an estimated 3.17 million Americans with a 1.1/3 18–49 rating/share.
- will.i.am (DJ Host)
- Selena Gomez & the Scene – "Love You Like a Love Song"
- Jason Derulo – "Don't Wanna Go Home"
- OneRepublic – "Good Life"
- The Kardashians — introduced will.i.am
- Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley — presented Choice Movie Actor: Romantic Comedy
- Zooey Deschanel and Shaun White — presented Choice Comedian
- Taylor Lautner — presented Choice TV Actress: Drama
- Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz — introduced Selena Gomez and the Scene
- Cat Deeley and LL Cool J — presented Choice Movie: Hissy Fit
- Gillian Jacobs and Joel McHale — presented Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci-Fi
- John Cena, The Miz and Maggie Q — introduced the cast of Glee
- Emma Stone — presented Ultimate Choice
- Tom Felton and Christopher Mintz-Plasse — presented Choice Movie Actress: Comedy
- Avril Lavigne and Nikki Reed — introduced Jason Derulo
- Charice and Tyler Posey — presented Acuvue Inspire Award
- Tyra Banks and Sean Kingston — presented Choice Music: Male Artist
- Rachel Bilson and Joe Jonas — presented Choice Vampire
- Lucy Hale and Shane West — introduced OneRepublic
- Elizabeth Banks and Jason Bateman — presented Choice Movie Actor: Drama
- Chris Hemsworth and Zoe Saldana — presented Harry Potter farewell tribute
Winners and nominees
Winners are listed first, in bold.
|Choice TV: Drama Show||Choice TV: Drama Actor|
|Choice TV: Drama Actress||Choice TV: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show|
|Choice TV: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Actor||Choice TV: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Actress|
|Choice TV: Action Show||Choice TV: Action Actor|
|Choice TV: Action Actress||Choice TV: Comedy Show|
|Choice TV: Comedy Actor||Choice TV: Comedy Actress|
|Choice TV: Animated Show||Choice TV: Reality Show|
|Choice TV: Reality Competition||Choice TV: Personality|
|Choice TV: Villain||Choice TV: Scene Stealer – Male|
|Choice TV: Scene Stealer – Female||Choice TV: Breakout Show|
|Choice TV: Breakout Star||Choice TV: Reality/Variety Star – Male|
|Choice TV: Reality/Variety Star – Female||Choice TV: Summer Show|
|Choice TV: Summer Actor||Choice TV: Summer Actress|
|Choice Music: Male Artist||Choice Music: Female Artist|
|Choice Music: Group||Choice Music: R&B/Hip-Hop Artist|
|Choice Music: Rock Artist||Choice Music: Country Artist – Male|
|Choice Music: Country Artist – Female||Choice Music: Country Group|
|Choice Music: Single||Choice Music: Country Track|
|Choice Music: Rock Track||Choice Music: R&B/Hip-Hop Track|
|Choice Music: Love Song||Choice Music: Break-Up Song|
|Choice Music: Breakout Artist||Choice Music: Summer Song|
|Choice Music: Summer Male Artist||Choice Music: Summer Female Artist|
|Choice Hottie: Male||Choice Hottie: Female|
|Choice Comedian||Choice Athlete: Male|
|Choice Athlete: Female||Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon: Male|
|Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon: Female||Choice Vampire|
|Choice Web Star||Choice Twit|
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