The second wave of nominees for the 2014 Teen Choice Awards has been revealed. In music field, Australian raptress Iggy Azalea leads the pack as she's nominated in five more categories including Summer Song and R&B/Hip-Hop Song for her Charli XCX-assisted "Fancy".
Azalea, who's also nominated for R&B/Hip-Hop Artist, is nominated twice in Single Female Artist category. The femcee's smashing hit is pitted against "Problem", Ariana Grande's single that features her guest verses, Katy Perry's "Dark Horse", Idina Menzel's "Let It Go" and Lorde's "Team".
Demi Lovato follows with four nominations, two of those are for her duet with Cher Lloyd "Really Don't Care". The former Disney star also gets a nod for her appearance in The Vamps' "Somebody to You". The collaboration is up for Choice Love Song, a category that also features John Legend's "All of Me", Justin Timberlake's "Not a Bad Thing", Charli's "Boom Clap" and One Direction's "You & I".
Other nominees include Austin Mahone (Single Male Artist for "MMM Yeah"), Rixton (Single Group for "Me and My Broken Heart"), Nicki Minaj (R&B/Hip-Hop Song for "Pills N Potions"), Pharrell Williams (Single Male Artist for "Happy") and 5 Seconds of Summer (Break-Up Song for "Amnesia").
Fans aged 13-19 can vote for their favorites on Teen Choice Awards' official website. Winners in all fields including music, TV, movie and others will be revealed at a ceremony that's airing on FOX on August 10.
2014 Teen Choice Awards Music Nominees
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