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Jonas Brothers Grab 4 Music Surfboards at 2008 Teen Choice Awards

August 04, 2008 06:30:58 GMT

From ten music categories offered by 2008 Teen Choice Awards, Jonas Brothers won almost all, making them king of teen music choice.


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Grabbing six ceremonial surfboards in their hands, Jonas Brothers won almost all music categories in 2008 Teen Choice Awards. In the 10th annual ceremony taking place at Universal City's Gibson Amphitheatre on Monday (August 4), the band won Choice Music Single for "When You Look Me In the Eyes" and Choice Music as Breakout Group. In addition, the teen group have been crowned Choice Music Love Song for "When You Look Me", and Choice Music Summer Song for "Burnin' Up".

Meanwhile, the best collaboration of the year was won by Jordin Sparks featuring Chris Brown for the former's single "No Air". Other collaboration has been voted by teens as Choice Music Rap/Hip Hop Track. Beating other contenders is "Shawty Get Loose" which is Lil Mama's song done with Chris Brown and T-Pain.

Besides that, Chris Brown has been chosen as the best artist in Male Artist and R&B Artist category. The star has also put his single "Forever" from album "Exclusive: Forever Edition" as the winner of R&B Track category.

Moreover, teen actress Miley Cyrus who hosted the big event, has been voted as best female artist. She also opened the ceremony by singing her new hit single "7 Things" from album "Breakout".

List of winners for 2008 Teen Choice Awards can be found at its official website

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posted by Kim on Aug 04, 2008
They totally deserved each and every one of those awards!

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