Teen sensationwas the big winner at Sunday night’s Teen Choice Awards 2012, bagging five awards including the coveted Choice Female Artist. The stars of “Twilight” also earned big wins as well as the Teen Choice Awards' lifetime achievement honor.
22-year-old country music star Taylor Swift was one of the biggest victors, winning five awards including Choice Female Country Artist, Choice Single by a Female Artist for Eyes Open and Choice Country Song for “Sparks Fly”. The singer also bagged the Choice Movie Voice Award for her performance as Audrey in the film “The Lorax”.
Looking stunning in a white backless dress, which she paired with nude heels, Taylor Swift said in her acceptance speech, “This is a really, really huge award, and I'm so excited and I just feel so honored that I get to have you guys in my life.”
“I'm so happy right now, thank you so much. And thank you to Teen Choice for giving teens a chance to vote for something, because I love getting these!” she added, according to Daily Mail.
Taylor Swift was ecstatic to accept the giant surfboard-shaped awards at the ceremony, which also included big wins for “Twilight”,and "The Hunger Games".
Teen Choice favorite film “The Twilight Saga” bagged the Ultimate Choice Award this year, ahead of the franchise's final installment, “Breaking Dawn - Part 2”, which hits theatres in November. The hit movie series and its actors have won a whopping 41 Teen Choice trophies since the first film arrived in 2008.
The film’s stars,, and , went on stage together to accept the surfboard trophies.
Lautner, who playsin the film franchise, told the audience, “This award especially is an extreme honor. It's amazing to me that you guys are still around and just as strong. We owe everything to you guys.”
“To share this with all of you means so much to me,” added Stewart, while Pattison said, “Thank you guys so much. It's been an amazing five years.”
The 14th annual star-studded event, held at the Gibson Amphitheater in Los Angeles, honored stars in film, TV and music in the form of the esteemed surfboard trophies. Other multiple winners included "The Hunger Games", boy band One Direction and "The Vampire Diaries".