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The 2012 Teen Choice Awards Full List of Winners

The 13th annual Teen Choice Awards went off without a hitch yesterday in Los Angeles. Big winners Taylor Swift and The Twilight Movie series set the teenyboppers off as they walked onstage to bring home their awards. Swift became the female with the most Teen Choice Awards as she picked up her 20th trophy. This year's show also marked the highest number of public votes in network history with over 134 participants. Check out the full list of winners and a performance from Justin Bieber and Big Sean below.

The full list of winners
Choice comedian: Ellen DeGeneres
Choice Web stars: Sophie Grace and Rosie
Choice TV show (sci-fi/fantasy): "The Vampire Diaries"
Choice TV actress (sci-fi/fantasy): Nina Dobrev, "The Vampire Diaries"
Choice TV actor (sci-fi/fantasy): Ian Somerhalder, "The Vampire Diaries"
Choice movie actor (drama): Zac Efron, "The Lucky One"
Choice movie drama: "The Lucky One"
Choice male hottie: Ian Somerhalder
Choice female hottie: Miley Cyrus
Choice music group: Selena Gomez & the Scene
Choice male TV scene stealer: Michael Trevino, "The Vampire Diaries"
Choice movie comedy: "21 Jump Street"
Choice TV Actor (action): Adam Rodriguez, "CSI: Miami"
Choice actress (sci-fi fantasy): Jennifer Lawrence, "The Hunger Games"
Choice liplock: Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence, "The Hunger Games"
Choice movie (sci-fi/fantasy): "The Hunger Games"
Choice book: "The Hunger Games"
Choice male scene stealer: Liam Hemsworth, "The Hunger Games"
Choice villain: Alexander Ludwig, "The Hunger Games"
Choice movie actor (action): Taylor Lautner, "Abduction"
Choice comedy actress - Emma Stone, "Crazy, Stupid, Love"
Choice drama actress - Emma Stone, "The Help"
Choice breakout in a film: Rihanna, "Battleship"
Choice movie actress (action): Zoe Saldana, "Colombiana"
Choice hissy fit: Charlize Theron, "Snow White and the Huntsman"
Choice movie of the summer: "Katy Perry: Part of Me"
Choice breakup song: Maroon 5's "Payphone," featuring Wiz Khalifa
Choice female movie star of the summer: Kristen Stewart, "Snow White and the Huntsman"
Ultimate choice award: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner
Choice movie (romance): "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1"
Choice movie actress (romance): "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1"
Inspire award: Miranda Cosgrove
Choice TV drama: "Pretty Little Liars"
Choice summer female TV star: Troian Bellisario, "Pretty Little Liars"
Choice TV actress (drama): Lucy Hale, "Pretty Little Liars"
Choice TV actor (drama): Ian Harding, "Pretty Little Liars"
Choice female artist: Taylor Swift
Choice single by a female artist: "Eyes Open," Taylor Swift
Choice country song: "Sparks Fly," Taylor Swift
Choice movie voice: Taylor Swift as Audrey, "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax"
Choice TV female scene stealer: Candice Accola, "The Vampire Diaries"
Choice female TV breakout star: Hannah Simone, "New Girl"
Choice male artist: Justin Bieber
Choice male music star of the summer: Justin Bieber
Choice male fashion icon: Justin Bieber
Choice single by a male artist: "Boyfriend," Justin Bieber
Choice movie actor (sci-fi/fantasy): Josh Hutcherson, "The Hunger Games"
Choice summer music star group: One Direction
Choice music breakout group: One Direction
Choice love song: "What Makes You Beautiful," One Direction
Choice summer male movie star: Chris Hemsworth, "Snow White and the Huntsman"
Choice TV comedy: "Glee"
Choice TV reality star: Pauly D
Choice Twit: Demi Lovato
Choice summer female music star: Demi Lovato
Choice breakout artist: Carly Rae Jepsen
Choice song of the summer: "Call Me Maybe," Carly Rae Jepsen

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Veteran producer Bernie Young has signed on as Williams’ manager and executive producer of The Wendy Williams Show, Page Six reports. Young replaces Williams’ estranged husband who was reportedly booted as executive producer of the show after she served him with divorce papers.

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California Approves Bill Banning Racial Discrimination Based On Hairstyles

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The bill outlines the proximity between race and hair and how the history of the U.S. has been “riddled with laws and societal norms” that equate  “blackness’” which includes physical traits such as “dark skin, kinky and curly hair” with inferiority, and therefore subjecting black people to “separate and unequal treatment.”

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