The Twilight Saga and its cast were the toast of the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday (11Aug13) after scooping a whopping seven trophies for the hit franchise's fifth and final movie Breaking Dawn - Part 2.
The film bagged Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy and Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy for Kristen Stewart while her co-star Taylor Lautner picked up the male equivalent.
Stewart also took home the award for Choice Movie Actress: Romance while her co-star and ex boyfriend Robert Pattinson bagged the male version and the movie was awarded the Choice Movie: Romance prize.
Tv shows Pretty Little Liars and The Vampire Diaries each picked up three awards in the Drama and Fantasy/Sci-Fi categories, respectively, with The Vampire Diaries co-stars and former couple Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev picking up the Choice Tv Actor/Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi.
In the music categories, Justin Bieber bagged three award including Choice Male Artist while Demi Lovato picked up the female equivalent.
Boyband One Direction, who opened the show with an energetic performance of their new song Best Song Ever, picked up four awards including Choice Group and Favorite Group Single (Live While We're Young).
The ceremony was hosted by Glee star Darren Criss and Pretty Little Liars actress Lucy Hale at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles.
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