Nina Dobrev, Kristen Stewart win at the Teen Choice Awards – check out the full list

Nina Dobrev, Kristen Stewart and others took the top prizes at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards. Nina Dobrev stars in the CW series 'The Vampire Diaries,' while Kristen Stewart starred in the 'Twilight' film series.

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Nina Dobrev stars in the CW TV series 'The Vampire Diaries.'

Winners at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards, announced at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, Calif., Sunday.

MOVIES

Choice Movie: Comedy

"Pitch Perfect"

Choice Movie Actor: Comedy

Skylar Astin, "Pitch Perfect"

Choice Movie Actress: Comedy

Rebel Wilson, "Pitch Perfect"

Choice Movie: Romance

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2"

Choice Movie Actor: Romance

Robert Pattinson, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2"

Choice Movie Actress: Romance

Kristen Stewart, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2"

Choice Movie Villain

Adam DeVine, "Pitch Perfect"

Choice Movie Scene Stealer

Kellan Lutz, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2"

Choice Movie Breakout Star

Nicholas Hoult, "Warm Bodies"

TELEVISION

Choice TV Show: Drama

"Pretty Little Liars"

Choice TV Actor: Drama

Ian Harding, "Pretty Little Liars"

Choice TV Actress: Drama

Troian Bellisario, "Pretty Little Liars"

Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci-Fi

"The Vampire Diaries"

Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi

Ian Somerhalder, "The Vampire Diaries"

Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi

Nina Dobrev, "The Vampire Diaries"

Choice TV Show: Action

"NCIS: Los Angeles"

Choice TV Actor: Action

LL Cool J, "NCIS: Los Angeles"

Choice TV Actress: Action

Lucy Liu, "Elementary"

Choice TV Show: Comedy

GLEE

Choice TV Actor: Comedy

Jim Parsons, "The Big Bang Theory"

Choice TV Actress: Comedy

Lea Michele, GLEE

Choice TV: Animated Show

THE SIMPSONS

Choice TV: Reality Competition Show

THE X FACTOR

Choice TV Personality - Male

Simon Cowell, THE X FACTOR

Choice TV Personality - Female

Demi Lovato, THE X FACTOR

Choice TV Female Reality Star

The Kardashians & Jenners, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians"

Choice TV Male Reality Star

Kevin Jonas, "Married to Jonas"

Choice TV Male Scene Stealer

Chord Overstreet, GLEE

Choice TV Female Scene Stealer

Miley Cyrus, "Two and a Half Men"

Choice TV Breakout Star

Blake Jenner, GLEE

Choice TV Breakout Show

"The Fosters"

MUSIC

Choice Male Artist

Justin Bieber

Choice Female Artist

Demi Lovato

Choice Music Group

One Direction

Choice R&B Artist

Bruno Mars

Choice Hip-Hop/Rap Artist

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Choice Rock Group

Paramore

Choice Electronic Dance Music (EDM) Artist

David Guetta

Choice Male Country Artist

Hunter Hayes

Choice Female Country Artist

Taylor Swift

Choice Country Group

Lady Antebellum

Choice Country Song

"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," Taylor Swift

Choice Single: Female Artist

"Heart Attack," Demi Lovato

Choice Single: Male Artist

"Beauty And A Beat," Justin Bieber, featuring Nicki Minaj

Choice Single: Group

"Live While We're Young," One Direction

Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song

"Can't Hold Us," Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, featuring Ray Dalton

Choice Rock Song

"Radioactive," Imagine Dragons

Choice Love Song

"Little Things," One Direction

Choice Break-Up Song

"Come and Get It," Selena Gomez

Choice Music Breakout Artist

Ed Sheeran

Choice Music Breakout Group

Emblem3

FASHION

Choice Female Hottie

Selena Gomez

Choice Male Hottie

Harry Styles

Choice Smile

Harry Styles

SPORTS 

Choice Female Athlete

Gabby Douglas

Choice Male Athlete

David Beckham

OTHER

Choice Comedian

Ellen DeGeneres

Choice Web Star

Cimorelli

Choice Social Network

Twitter

Candie's Choice Style Icon

Demi Lovato

Choice Twitter Personality

Justin Bieber

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