2019 Teen Choice Awards

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2019 Teen Choice Awards
DateAugust 11, 2019 (2019-08-11)
LocationHermosa Beach, California
Hosted byLucy Hale
David Dobrik
Most awardsMovies: Avengers: Endgame (4)
Television: Riverdale (4)
Music: BTS (4)
Digital & Misc.: The Dolan Twins (2)
Most nominationsMovies: Avengers: Endgame (9)
Television: Riverdale (7)
Music: Taylor Swift (7)
Digital & Misc.: The Dolan Twins & Noah Centineo (3)
Television/radio coverage
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The 2019 Teen Choice Awards ceremony was held on August 11, 2019, and used a temporary outdoor on-beach stage in Hermosa Beach, California near the beach pier. This was the only time the ceremony was held outdoors. The awards celebrated the year's achievements in music, film, television, sports, fashion, comedy, and the internet, and were voted on by viewers aged 13 and over living in the United States on their website and through various social media sites.[1]

Leading the way with the most nominations was Avengers: Endgame with nine. Taylor Swift was the recipient of the inaugural "Icon" award.


Performers Song Ref.
OneRepublic "Counting Stars"
"Rescue Me"
Zhavia "Deep Down"
Monsta X "Who Do U Love?"
Johnny Orlando
Jacob Sartorius
Hayden Summerall
"California Gurls"
CNCO "Pretend"
Jordan McGraw and Sarah Hyland "Met At a Party"
Blanco Brown "The Git Up"
Mabel "Don't Call Me Up"
  • Bazzi and HRVY were originally going to perform at the ceremony, but they were pulled out at the last minute.

Winners and nominees[edit]

The first wave of nominations were announced on June 19, 2019.[3] The second wave was announced on July 8, 2019.[4] Winners are listed first, in bold.[5]


Choice Action Movie Choice Action Movie Actor
Choice Action Movie Actress Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy Movie
Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy Movie Actor Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy Movie Actress
Choice Drama Movie Choice Drama Movie Actor
Choice Drama Movie Actress Choice Comedy Movie
Choice Comedy Movie Actor Choice Comedy Movie Actress
Choice Movie Villain Choice Summer Movie
Choice Summer Movie Actor Choice Summer Movie Actress


Choice Drama TV Show Choice Drama TV Actor
Choice Drama TV Actress Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show
Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress
Choice Action TV Show Choice Action TV Actor
Choice Action TV Actress Choice Comedy TV Show
Choice Comedy TV Actor Choice Comedy TV Actress
Choice Reality TV Show Choice Throwback TV Show
Choice TV Villain Choice Summer TV Show
Choice Summer TV Actor Choice Summer TV Actress


Icon Award Decade Award
Taylor Swift Jonas Brothers
Choice Male Artist Choice Female Artist
Choice Music Group Choice Country Artist
Choice Latin Artist Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Artist
Choice Rock Artist Choice Song: Female Artist
Choice Song: Male Artist Choice Song: Group
Choice Collaboration Choice Pop Song
Choice Country Song Choice Electronic/Dance Song
Choice Latin Song Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song
Choice Rock/Alternative Song Choice Breakout Artist
Choice International Artist Choice Summer Song
Choice Summer Male Artist Choice Summer Female Artist
Choice Summer Group Choice Summer Tour
Choice Song From A Movie


Choice Female Web Star Choice Male Web Star
Choice Comedy Web Star Choice Social Star
Choice Music Web Star Choice Fashion/Beauty Web Star
Choice Gamer Choice YouTuber
Choice Fandom


Choice Male Athlete Choice Female Athlete
Choice Ship Choice Comedian


  1. ^ Jacobs, Lisa (10 August 2011). "Here's important information if you're attending Teen Choice 2019 in Hermosa Beach". The Beach Reporter. Retrieved 12 August 2019.
  2. ^ Pedersen, Erik (July 29, 2019). "Lucy Hale To Host Teen Choice 2019; YouTuber David Dobrik To Co-Host & Performers Set". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved July 29, 2019.
  3. ^ Moreau, Jordan (June 19, 2019). "Avengers: Endgame, Riverdale, Aladdin Top 2019 Teen Choice Award Nominations". Variety. Retrieved June 20, 2019.
  4. ^ "Shawn, Taylor, JoBros & more nominated in second wave of Teen Choice 2019 nods". WMGI. July 8, 2019. Archived from the original on July 9, 2019. Retrieved July 13, 2019.
  5. ^ "Teen Choice Awards: Full List of Winners". Billboard. August 11, 2019. Retrieved August 12, 2019.