This year's Teen Choice Awards celebrating fans' favorites in television, music, film, sport, fashion, comedy and the web has come to an end. In fashion, Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber were hailed the Icons. The former beat Zooey Deschanel, Jennifer Lopez, Nicki Minaj and Katy Perry, while the latter won over Chris Colfer, Cee-Lo Green, Justin Timberlake and will.i.am.
Cyrus also took home Choice Female Hottie, pushing aside such beauties as Selena Gomez, Perry, Rihanna and Kate Upton. The Male Hottie, meanwhile, went to Ian Somerhalder. He prevented Bieber from winning the title for two years in a row. The other contenders this year were Ryan Gosling, Liam Hemsworth and Robert Pattinson.
"The Last Song" actress Cyrus was absent from the show and so was her fiance, but "The Vampire Diaries" hunk Somerhalder relayed her thank-you message to her fans when he collected his Surfboard from "Happy Endings" stars. To his own devotees, the Boone Carlyle of "Lost" said, "I love you all individually."
Ellen DeGeneres won Choice Comedian presented by Deschanel and Gomez. "I can't thank you enough," she said. It marked her win in the category for at least three years in a row. Her frequent little guests, Sophia Grace and Rosie, got their own mini-Surfboards for winning Choice Web Star. Sophie wiggled a loose tooth on stage, prompting Ellen to say, "Should I just yank it out now?"
Host Demi Lovato won Choice Twit, while Nickelodeon star Miranda Cosgrove got Accuvue Inspire Award. "This means so much to me. I think anyone can be an inspiration in their own way," the "iCarly" actress said after receiving her prize from the former "Sonny with a Chance" star.