Stars Gather for Teen Choice Awards
The stars came out for the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday and INSIDE EDITION caught up with them on the red carpet.
It was a big night in Hollywood, as teen heartthrobs Justin Bieber and Taylor Lautner stepped out for the Teen Choice Awards.
Gossip Girl star Blake Lively, who was running late, ran inside just before the show started.
Everybody was happy to see singer Sean Kingston, who was making his first public appearance since a jet ski accident in May almost cost him his life.
"I think he's a really strong guy. He's definitely here for a reason," said Justin Bieber.
"I love you Sean," said Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas.
Kingston took to the mic on stage and said, "It was a life or death situation. For me to be alive, now doing what I love to do, music, is to show that God is definitely there."
Ashton Kutcher won for Choice Movie Actor in a romantic comedy, beating out actor Josh Duhamel. But as Kutcher walked on stage to accept his award, cameras caught Duhamel's wife, Fergie, looking disappointed, motioning "cut" across her throat.
Country cutie Taylor Swift had a Marilyn Monroe moment when her white halter dress was caught by a gust of wind. She was the big winner of the night, picking up six surfboards, including the Ultimate Choice Award, the evening's top honor.
"I feel like it's been a long time since I was a teenager. Like, two years. So, it's been a while," said Swift.
Selena Gomez stole the show, performing with her band, as boyfriend Justin Bieber danced along in the audience. Gomez took home five awards including Female Hottie. And Bieber took home four awards, including Male Hottie. Too bad there's not an award for cutest couple!
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