The Teen Choice Awards is an exciting event that promises each year to pay homage to some of your favourite shows and popular music. From "The Vampire Diaries" to "Teen Wolf" to "Pretty Little Liars" and back again, this years Teen Choice Awards proved those Vampire-hating naysayers wrong, and showed them that our Fangtastic, bloodthirsty, ravenous and very sexy Vampires, will NEVER STOP WINNING!
The CW's ever popular Vampire Fantasy series, 'The Vampire Diaries', CLEANED UP in the Fantasy/Sci-Fi category with a total of not 1, not 2, but THREE wins!
Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi: Mr Smoulderhoulder himself, Ian Somerhalder. (Damon Salvatore)
Fellow "The Vampire Diaries" star and on-screen brother of Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley (Stefan Salvatore) was also nominated in the same category. But poor old Stefan...his plans never work. Let's hope he doesn't go all "Ripper" on everyone for revenge! :O *gasps*
Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi: Nina Dobrev - the woman behind Elena Gilbert, Katherine Pierce and Amara.
Nina wore an adorable blue and pink enseble, accompanied by bright pink heels and had her dip-dyed locks worn to the side in messy braid. Miss Dobrev also presented an award at the show.
Last but by no means least, "The Vampire Diaries" also sweeped up the award for Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci-Fi, beating out fellow CW show "Arrow", ABC's "Once Upon a Time", "Sleepy Hollow" and MTV's hit show, "Teen Wolf" starring presenter of the evening, Tyler Posey.
Summit Entertainment's "Divergent" bagged a mighty three awards, cleaning up the action category completely, winning Choice Movie Actor: Action for Theo James. (who plays Four/Tobias Eaton).
Choice Movie Actress: Action: Shailene Woodley.
The young starlet also won Choice Movie Actress: Drama for her role in "The Fault in Our Stars".
"Divergent" also won, Choice Movie: Action.
The second installment in "The Hunger Games" films, "Catching Fire" also sweeped up their category with Jennifer Lawrence winning Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy for her role as 'Katniss' and as Mutant 'Mystique' in "X-Men: Days of Future Past". Donald Sutherland won Choice Movie Villain for his role as 'President Snow' in the films, and Josh Hutcherson won Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy for his role as 'Peeta Mellark' in the franchise. The Film also won overall in their category as Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy.
The adaptation of John Green's heart-wrenching novel, "The Fault in Our Stars" won Choice Movie: Drama, Choice Movie Actor: Drama - for Ansel Elgort.
Ansel also won Choice Movie Breakout Star.
There was however one mild disappointment during the night, namely newcomer YA film "Vampire Academy" lost out to some of the bigger films in Choice Movie Comedy & leading lady, Zoey Deutch (known for Vampire Academy, Ringer, and The Suite Life on Deck) lost out on Choice Movie Actress: Comedy. However all is not lost, there's always next year, and fans of the best-selling series and the film, will know that the future of Vampire Academy is in your hands.
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What did you think of the TCA's winners? Are they worthy enough to receive the esteemed Surfboard
Oh, erm sorry Queen Bey, meant Surfboardt*...it's an honest mistake really...
Did you think someone else should've won? Let me know in the comments!