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Other winners at the awards event held at the Star Event Centre in Sydney, Australia include Iggy Azalea, Keith Urban, One Direction and 5 Seconds of Summer.
On the song, which will appear on the actress' upcoming album, she clearly mentions Clifford's physical traits including his bleached hair, his 'dumb tattoo' and the scars above his eye.
One Direction, who won Favorite Band/Duo/Group in Pop/Rock earlier tonight, wins Favorite Album in Pop/Rock for their 2013 LP 'Midnight Memories'.
The live album, featuring 15 songs including 'Amnesia', 'She Looks so Perfect' and others, is coming out on December 15 via Capitol Records.
The band is forced to cancel their scheduled performances in Japan and at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards as Ashton Irwin is required to 'rest up for the next week or so' after undergoing surgery.
The boys are hired by the school's principal to turn the bad girls into good girls with their music.
The full music video for the track off the group's self-titled debut album will be released on Friday, October 10.
The Australian band performs 'She Looks So Perfect' and 'Amnesia' from their self-titled debut album on the morning show.
The guitarist, 18-year-old Michael Clifford, reveals that he's lost some hearing because of the noise made by fans when they perform onstage.
The British/Irish boyband wins multiple awards including Choice Music Group and Choice Summer Tour while 5SOS is named Choice Summer Music Star and Choice Music Breakout Group.
The clip features some flashback scenes showing the boys and their girlfriends having fun together during a summer day.
Selling 259,000 in its first week, the album scores the third-highest debut of 2014 and the best opening week for an artist's first LP since Daughty's self-titled set came with 304,000 back in 2006.
The Australian boys performed 'She Looks So Perfect' and 'Amnesia' during their appearance on the show on July 22, the day their debut album was released in the U.S.
Following the success of their EP 'She Looks So Perfect', the band returns to the U.S. with their debut album that has peaked at No. 1 in some countries including Aussie and New Zealand.
Shot in black-and-white, the video features the lyrics of the heartbreaking ballad being projected onto the four boys' sad faces.