Teen Choice Awards 2009: A Celebration of Youth and Entertainment

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he Teen Choice Awards 2009 was a dazzling spectacle, celebrating the best in film, television, music, sports, and fashion, as chosen by teenage audiences. Held on August 9, 2009, at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California, the event was broadcast live on FOX, with the Jonas Brothers—Nick, Kevin, and Joe Jonas—serving as the charismatic hosts.

A Night of Glamour and Recognition

The tenth edition of the Teen Choice Awards was a convergence of stars, fans, and industry professionals, all gathered to honor and recognize the contributions and popularity of artists in various domains of entertainment. The awards were meticulously categorized, reflecting the diverse interests of the youth, ranging from movies and music to sports and fashion.

Dominance of “Twilight”

“Twilight – Biss zum Morgengrauen” emerged as the undisputed champion of the night, bagging ten of its eleven nominations. Robert Pattinson, the lead actor, won the award for Choice Movie Actor: Drama, solidifying the film’s dominance and popularity among the teenage demographic.

Celebrating Cinematic Excellence

The Choice Movie categories saw a mix of genres, from drama and comedy to action and horror. Hugh Jackman’s portrayal in “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” earned him the award for Choice Movie Actor: Action Adventure, while Zac Efron’s role in “17 Again – Back to High School” won him the award for Choice Movie Actor: Comedy. “Juno,” a poignant comedy-drama starring Elliot Page, was awarded Choice Movie: Comedy, and the thrilling “I Am Legend,” featuring Will Smith, secured the award for Choice Movie: Horror/Thriller.

Television Triumphs

In the realm of television, “Gossip Girl” and “Heroes” were the standout series. “Gossip Girl” not only won the award for Choice TV Show: Drama but also saw Leighton Meester and Chace Crawford winning for Choice TV Actress and Actor: Drama, respectively. “Heroes” was named Choice TV Show: Action Adventure, with Milo Ventimiglia and Hayden Panettiere winning the awards for Choice TV Actor and Actress in the same category.

Musical Marvels

The music awards were a testament to the diverse musical tastes of the youth. Jason Mraz and Taylor Swift were crowned Choice Music: Male and Female Artist, respectively. Beyoncé’s dynamic presence earned her the Choice Music: R&B Artist award, and Kanye West’s innovative music won him the Choice Music: Rap Artist award. Paramore, with their rock anthems, won the Choice Music: Rock Group award. Miley Cyrus’s “The Climb” and “Boom Boom Pow” by The Black Eyed Peas resonated with the youth, winning Choice Music: Single and Choice Music: Rap/Hip-Hop Track, respectively.

Special Accolades and Ultimate Honors

The special categories added an extra layer of excitement to the event. Robert Pattinson and Megan Fox were named Choice Male and Female Hottie, adding to the glamour of the night. George Lopez’s comedic genius earned him the Choice Comedian award, and Hayden Panettiere’s activism was recognized with the Choice Celebrity Activist award. The world of sports was also represented, with David Beckham and Shawn Johnson winning Choice Male and Female Athlete, respectively.

The pinnacle of the night was the Ultimate Choice Award, presented to Britney Spears for her enduring impact on the entertainment industry and her iconic status among fans.


The Teen Choice Awards 2009 was more than a display of glamour and star power; it was a celebration of artistic excellence, diverse talents, and the symbiotic relationship between stars and their fans. It was a platform where the voices of the youth were heard and their preferences celebrated, reflecting the multifaceted interests of the younger generation.

The event was a mirror to the evolving trends and preferences of the youth, showcasing their love for varied genres, artists, and forms of entertainment. It was a night where stars, fans, and art converged, creating a mosaic of emotions, appreciation, and celebration, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of millions.