Aussie actor Chris Hemsworth might have taken home the Choice Summer Male Movie Star award, but it was his brother's film, The Hunger Games that was the big winner at this year's Teen Choice Awards.
The sci-fi flick, and the book it's based on, took home a massive seven awards, including Choice Lip-Lock (Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence).
"I've always wanted to own my own surfboard, so now I have one. This is awesome!" star Josh Hutcherson said after he was named Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy.
Rival series, the Twilight saga racked up its — wait for it — 41st Teen Choice Award win, taking home the evening's coveted Ultimate Choice award as well as three others.
Taylor Swift blitzed the music field, with five wins, including Choice Female Artist, but it was Justin Bieber who really got tongues wagging with an electric medley of his songs 'Boyfriend' and 'As Long as You Love Me'.
The biggest laugh of the night came from Jonah Hill, who, while accepting an award for his performance in 21 Jump Street, poked fun at the actor who bested him at the 2012 Academy Awards.
"I was nominated for an Oscar earlier this year [for Moneyball], and I lost to ... Christopher Plummer," Jonah said.
"I'd just like to point out that he's not nominated for anything tonight," he added. "So ... I'm better."
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