2016 Teen Choice Awards

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2016 Teen Choice Awards
2016 Teen Choice Awards Logo.png
Date July 31, 2016
Location The Forum, Inglewood
Hosted by John Cena, Victoria Justice
Website www.teenchoice.com
Television/radio coverage
Network Fox

The 2016 Teen Choice Awards ceremony was held on July 31, 2016 at The Forum in Inglewood, California. The awards celebrate the year's achievements in music, film, television, sports, fashion, comedy, and the Internet, and were voted on by viewers aged 13–19 through various social media sites.[1][2] Justin Timberlake received the inaugural Decade Award.[3] The ceremony was hosted by John Cena and Victoria Justice, this year's surfboard awards were inspired by the dress of 2015 Choice Dancer Chloe Lukasiak. They were nominated for three categories at Teen Choice Award 2017 ; Choice YouTuber, Choice Male webstar, Choice comedian. In which they won Choice Comedian.

Performers[edit]

Presenters[edit]

Winners and nominees[edit]

The first wave of nominations were announced on May 24, 2016,[5][6] the second wave was announced on June 9, 2016.[7] The third and final wave was announced on July 6, 2016.[8] Winners are listed first, in bold.[9] Other nominees are in alphabetical order.

Movies[edit]

Choice Movie: Action Choice Movie: Action Actor
Choice Movie: Action Actress Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Actor Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Actress
Choice Movie: Drama Choice Movie: Drama Actor
Choice Movie: Drama Actress Choice Movie: Comedy
Choice Movie: Comedy Actor Choice Movie: Comedy Actress
Choice Movie: Villain Choice Movie: Scene Stealer
Choice Movie: Breakout Star Choice Movie: Chemistry
Choice Movie: Liplock Choice Movie: Hissy Fit
Choice Movie: Summer Choice Movie: Summer Actor
Choice Movie: Summer Actress Choice Movie: AnTEENcipated
Choice Movie: AnTEENcipated Actor Choice Movie: AnTEENcipated Actress

Television[edit]

Choice TV: Drama Choice TV: Drama Actor
Choice TV: Drama Actress Choice TV: Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Choice TV: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Actor Choice TV: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Actress
Choice TV: Comedy Choice TV: Comedy Actor
Choice TV: Comedy Actress Choice TV: Animated Show
Choice TV: Reality Show Choice TV: Villain
Choice TV: Scene Stealer Choice TV: Breakout Star
Choice TV: Breakout Show Choice TV: Chemistry
Choice TV: Liplock Choice TV: Summer Show
Choice TV: Summer Actor Choice TV: Summer Actress

Music[edit]

Choice Music: Male Artist Choice Music: Female Artist
Choice Music: Group Choice Music: R&B/Hip-Hop Artist
Choice Music: Country Artist Choice Music: Single – Male Artist
Choice Music: Single – Female Artist Choice Music: Single – Group
Choice Music: Country Song Choice Music: R&B/Hip-Hop Song
Choice Music: Rock Song Choice Music: Love Song
Choice Music: Break-Up Song Choice Music: Party Song
Choice Music: Song from a Movie or TV Show Choice Music: Breakout Artist
Choice Music: Next Big Thing Choice Music: Summer Song
Choice Music: Summer Artist – Male Choice Music: Summer Artist – Female
Choice Music: Summer Group Choice Music: Summer Tour
Choice Music: International Artist

Digital[edit]

Choice Web Star: Male Choice Web Star: Female
Choice Web Star: Comedy Choice Web Star: Fashion/Beauty
Choice Web Star: Music Choice Social Media King
Choice Social Media Queen Choice Twit
Choice Viner Choice Instagramer
Choice YouTuber Choice Snapchatter
Choice Muser Choice Fandom
  • Baby Ariel
    • Loren Beech
    • Kristen Hancher
    • Ariana Renee
    • Jacob Sartorius
    • Mackenzie Ziegler

Fashion[edit]

Choice Hottie: Male Choice Hottie: Female
Choice Style: Male Choice Style: Female

Sports[edit]

Choice Athlete: Male Choice Athlete: Female
Choice Sports Team

Miscellaneous[edit]

Choice Comedian Choice Dancer
Choice Model Choice Selfie Taker
Choice President

Controversy[edit]

The awards stirred controversy as family and fans of the year's Choice Music Web Star, Christina Grimmie, expressed their disappointment that the show did not mention Grimmie, especially during the #StoptheViolence tribute, which was presented by actress Jessica Alba and singer Ne-Yo and honored the family members of teens who had died as a result of violence.[10][11]

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