Teen Choice Awards 2017: Fifth Harmony and Camila Cabello Win Big in Music Category


Teen Choice Awards 2017: Fifth Harmony and Camila Cabello Win Big in Music Category


The pop quartet and the Cuban-born songstress, who departed from the group a few months ago, received three awards each in music category at the event.
The complete list of the 2017 Teen Choice Awards winners has been unleashed. Fifth Harmony dominated the music category with three awards. The quartet nabbed Choice Song Group Award for their collaboration with Gucci Mane, "Down", and was named Choice Music Group and Choice Summer Group.

Similarly, the group's former member Camila Cabello, who just kicked off her solo career, bagged a total of three trophies in music category. She walked away with Choice Song Female Artist Award for her solo single "Crying in the Club", Choice Electronic/Dance Song for her collaboration with Major Lazer, "Know No Better", and Choice Summer Female Artist Award.

One Direction star Harry Styles won two awards at the show. The British heartthrob was named Choice Male Artist and Choice Rock Artist following the success of his self-titled debut solo album "Harry Styles".

Harry's bandmates were also among the winners. Niall Horan brought home Choice Song Male Artist Award for his song "Slow Hands", while Louis Tomlinson, who earlier performed his debut solo single at the event, shared Choice Collaboration Award with Steve Aoki for their collaboration "Just Hold On".

Aside from the regular awards, Miley Cyrus, Bruno Mars and Maroon 5 were honored with notable awards. Miley received Ultimate Choice Award, while Bruno won Visionary Award. As for Maroon 5, the band received Decade Award as an honor for their dedication in music industry in the past ten years.



2017 Teen Choice Awards: Arrivals | TV Winners | Movie Winners | Performances



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