The fan-voted prize presentation took place Sunday at the Gibson Amphitheatre, with actress Kaley Cuoco serving as host.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2" won the gongs for Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy Movie." Stars Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson also won the awards for Choice Movie Star, Male and Female, respectively. The first part of the two-installment series finale also earned Watson the prize for Choice Actress and Tom Felton the Choice Villain accolade. Watson and Radcliffe shared the honor for Choice Liplock, as well, E! News reported.
"The Vampire Diaries" was named Choice Fantasy/Sci-Fi Series and Choice Breakout Show, while its stars Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder won the prizes for Choice Actor and Actress in a Fantasy/Sci-Fi Series, and cast members Michael Trevino and Kat Graham were declared Choice TV Scene Stealers.
"Twilight: Eclipse" cast member Taylor Lautner won the award for Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy Actor, while his co-stars Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene picked up the trophies for Choice Male and Female Scene Stealer in a movie.
"Bad Teacher" was named Choice Comedy film and its leads Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake won the awards for Choice Actress and Actor in a movie.
In the television category, "Glee" nabbed the awards for Choice Comedy series, Choice Comedy Actor for Cory Monteith and Choice Breakout Star for Darren Criss.
"Gossip Girl" earned the title of Choice Drama series, while its stars Blake Lively and Chace Crawford won Choice Drama Actress and Actor trophies.
"Pretty Little Liars" won the prizes for Choice TV Show, as well as Choice TV Star, Male and Female for Ian Harding and Lucy Hale, E! News said.
Pop star Justin Bieber won the award for Choice TV Villain for his guest stint on "CSI," as well as the honors for Choice Male Artist and Choice Male Hottie.
His real-life girlfriend Selena Gomez was declared Choice Female Hottie and won the trophies for Choice Comedy Actress for "Wizards of Waverly Place," Choice Group for leading the band Selena Gomez & The Scene, Choice Single for "Who Says" and Choice Love Song for "Love You Like a Love Song."
Country artist Taylor Swift took home the surfboards for Choice Female Artist, Choice Red Carpet Icon, Choice Country Song for "Mean" and the Ultimate Choice Award.
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