2016 Teen Choice Awards
|2016 Teen Choice Awards|
|Date||July 31, 2016|
|Location||The Forum, Inglewood|
|Hosted by||John Cena, Victoria Justice|
|Most nominations||Pretty Little Liars (11), Justin Bieber (11), Captain America: Civil War (10)|
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. Justin Timberlake received the inaugural Decade Award. The ceremony was hosted by John Cena and Victoria Justice.
- Flo Rida — "My House", "Good Feeling", "Wild Ones" (ft. Bebe Rexha) and "Zillionaire"
- Charlie Puth — "We Don't Talk Anymore"
- Ne-Yo — "What's Going On"
- Serayah — "Look But Don't Touch"
- Jason Derulo — "Kiss the Sky"
- Ross Lynch and Gina Rodriguez — presented Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
- Bebe Rexha, Alessia Cara and Kelsea Ballerini — presented Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi
- Lea Michele and Bethany Mota — presented Choice TV Show: Drama
- Cat Deeley and Maddie Ziegler — introduced the finalists of So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation
- Sarah Hyland and John Stamos — presented Choice Summer TV Show
- Terrence J and Katie Nolan — introduced Charlie Puth
- Lana Parrilla and Paul Wesley — presented Choice TV Show: Comedy
- Kobe Bryant — presented the Decade Award
- Clayne Crawford and Damon Wayans — presented Choice Movie: Drama
- Jessica Alba — introduced the teens who were affected by gun violence
- Hey Violet — presented Stride Mad Intense Winner Minute
- Matthew Daddario and The Bella Twins — presented Choice Movie: Breakout Star
- Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross — presented Choice Movie Actress: Comedy
- Mark Consuelos and Kylie Bunbury — introduced Serayah
- Laura Marano and Maia Mitchell — presented Choice Web Stars: Male and Female
- John Cena, Victoria Justice and Keegan-Michael Key — presented Choice President
Winners and nominees
The first wave of nominations were announced on May 24, 2016. The second wave was announced on June 9, 2016. The third and final wave was announced on July 6, 2016. Winners are highlighted in bold text.
|Choice TV Show: Drama||Choice TV Actor: Drama|
|Choice TV Actress: Drama||Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci-Fi|
|Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi||Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi|
|Choice TV Show: Comedy||Choice TV Actor: Comedy|
|Choice TV Actress: Comedy||Choice TV Show: Animated|
|Choice TV Show: Reality||Choice TV: Villain|
|Choice TV: Scene Stealer||Choice TV: Breakout Star|
|Choice TV: Breakout Show||Choice TV: Chemistry|
|Choice TV: Liplock||Choice Summer TV Show|
|Choice Summer TV Star: Male||Choice Summer TV Star: Female|
|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|
|Choice Music Single: Female||Choice Music Single: Group|
|Choice Music: International Artist||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: Breakout Artist|
|Choice Music: Next Big Thing||Choice Music: Song from a Movie or TV Show|
|Choice Summer Song||Choice Summer Music Star: Male|
|Choice Summer Music Star: Female||Choice Summer Music Star: Group|
|Choice Summer Tour|
|Choice Web Star: Female||Choice Web Star: Male|
|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|
|Choice Male Hottie||Choice Female Hottie|
|Choice Style: Male||Choice Style: Female|
|Choice Male Athlete||Choice Female Athlete|
|Choice Sports Team|
|Choice Comedian||Choice Dancer|
|Choice Model||Choice Selfie Taker|
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.
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- French, Megan. "Christina Grimmie's Family 'Disappointed' TCAs Didn't Air Her Win". Us Weekly. Retrieved 2 August 2016.
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