star Miley Cyrus has done it again, and she shows no signs of slowing down. The 16-year-old teen sensation had been chosen for several categories for the Teen Choice Awards this year, as well as performing live on the event
. According to the Associated Press
, the Disney juggernaut took home six surfboard-shaped awards that night - for everything she was nominated for.
Miley Cyrus won the awards for comedy TV actress and comedy TV show due to her work on Hannah Montana
, but that was just icing on the cake. There's the phenomenal Hannah Montana: The Movie
which got her even more recognition. This enabled her to emerge victorious as the Choice Movie Actress for Music/Dance, as well as the liplock in the flick.
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In addition to those four, Miley Cyrus also got the award for her single "The Climb" and the summer song "Before the Storm." As if she didn't hog enough of the stage, she was also the presenter of the ultimate choice award. She handed over the prize to Britney Spears, someone she honestly admires.
"I'm a huge fan of hers," the Hannah Montana
Held at the Universal Studios Hollywood's Gibson Amphitheatre, this year's Teen Choice Awards was hosted by the Jonas Brothers. These guys were so close to reaching Miley's fame, as they took home five awards.
Still, the biggest winner of the event was the cast of the vampire drama Twilight
with nine movie awards. Even Miley Cyrus expressed her glee at the whole affair, and took to her Twitter account to post details of the day.
"Gave a hug to Rob Pattinson today," she exclaimed. "Ok girls I get it now. So cute. Sorry "Robby" bout all my bashing in my past :)"
Miley was also a performer for the night, belting out her single "Party in the USA." Her fans were obviously thrilled at her appearances, which could most likely mean she'll be around for next year's Teen Choice Awards. Maybe just not for Hannah Montana
-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: The Associated Press
, Miley Cyrus' Twitter (Image Courtesy of The Associated Press)