The 2017 Teen Choice Awards ceremony was held on August 13, 2017. The awards celebrated the year's achievements in music, film, television, sports, fashion, comedy, and the Internet, and were voted on by viewers aged 13 to 19 through various social media sites. A three-hour musical festival called "Teen Fest" and hosted by Jake Paul was streamed exclusively on YouTube with some of the event appearing during the Teen Choice broadcast. Throughout the show, several celebrities – including Vanessa Hudgens, Zendaya and Lauren Jauregui of Fifth Harmony – addressed the aftermath of the 2017 Unite the Right rally and encouraged teens to speak out against violence and hate.
|2017 Teen Choice Awards|
|Date||August 13, 2017|
|Location||Galen Center, Los Angeles, California|
- Louis Tomlinson ft. Bebe Rexha & Digital Farm Animals — "Back to You"
- Clean Bandit ft. Zara Larsson — "Rockabye" and "Symphony"
- Rita Ora — "Your Song"
- Kyle ft. Lil Yachty - "iSpy" and "Forever Young"
- French Montana & Rae Sremmurd - "Unforgettable" & "Black Beatles'"
- Cast of Star - "Can't Think About You"
Winners and nomineesEdit
|Choice Action Movie||Choice Action Movie Actor|
|Choice Action Movie Actress||Choice Sci-Fi Movie|
|Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actor||Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actress|
|Choice Fantasy Movie||Choice Fantasy Movie Actor|
|Choice Fantasy Movie Actress||Choice Drama Movie|
|Choice Drama Movie Actor||Choice Drama Movie Actress|
|Choice Comedy Movie||Choice Comedy Movie Actor|
|Choice Comedy Movie Actress||Choice Movie Villain|
|Choice Breakout Movie Star||Choice Summer Movie|
|Choice Summer Movie Actor||Choice Summer Movie Actress|
|Choice Movie Ship|
Movies and televisionEdit
|Choice Scene Stealer||Choice Liplock|
|Choice Hissy Fit|
|Choice Male Artist||Choice Female Artist|
|Choice Music Group||Choice Country Artist|
|Choice Electronic/Dance Artist||Choice Latin Artist|
|Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Artist||Choice Rock Artist|
|Choice Song: Male Artist||Choice Song: Female Artist|
|Choice Song: Group||Choice Music Collaboration|
|Choice Pop Song||Choice Country Song|
|Choice Electronic/Dance Song||Choice Latin Song|
|Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song||Choice Rock/Alternative Song|
|Choice Breakout Artist||Choice Next Big Thing|
|Choice Summer Song||Choice Summer Male Artist|
|Choice Summer Female Artist||Choice Summer Group|
|Choice Summer Music Tour||Choice International Artist|
|Choice Male Web Star||Choice Female Web Star|
|Choice Comedy Web Star||Choice Gamer|
|Choice Fashion/Beauty Web Star||Choice Music Web Star|
|Choice Muser||Choice Twit|
|Choice Instagrammer||Choice Youtuber|
|Choice Male Hottie||Choice Female Hottie|
|Choice Style Icon||Choice Model|
|Choice Male Athlete||Choice Female Athlete|
|Choice Comedian||Choice Dancer|
|Choice Video Game||Choice Changemaker|
|"See Her" Award||Choice Fandom|
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