And It's... Pretty Much Like The First Round
We've heard it before. Vampires are king, musicians are actors. What does the second round of nominees have that the first round didn't?
According to the awards’ website: “Kristen Bell, Troian Bellisario, Jason Derulo, Selena Gomez, Lucy Hale, Victoria Justice, Bridgit Mendler, Shay Mitchell, Dax Shepard and Jordin Sparks” are some of the stars scheduled to appear.
The top movie covers every genre, from chick flick to fantasy and drama. The nominees are The Lucky One, Think Like A Man, This Means War, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 and The Vow.
Other categories, which you probably won’t see at any other awards shows, including Chemistry, Lip Lock, Hissy Fit and Scene Stealer.
A surprise of the awards is that four of the five nominees up for Hissy Fit are men. Talk about breaking the stereotype. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill were even nominated jointly for that one.
The nominations also recognize television and music. No Doubt and Flo-Rida have both signed up to perform.
Miley Cyrus was nominated too. Surprisingly not for music but for a movie. She is up for Actress in LOL. Rihanna was also nominated for a part that was not musically motivated… her part in the movie Battleship is up for Breakout.
Choice love song, of course, includes Justin Bieber. He will be competing against Demi Lovato, Phillip Phillips, Jason Mraz and One Direction. But not to exclude anyone, there is also a category for Best Break Up song. The category includes Usher, Maroon 5 with Wiz Khalifa, Gotye with Kimbra, Kelly Clarkson and new singleton Katy Perry.
Teens can also vote for Web Star, Video Game and Social Network.
All teens, ages 13 to 19, can vote on their website at teenchoiceawards.com.
The awards will air July 22, with voting ending the night before at 11:59 p.m.
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