Teen Choice Award for Choice Music – Breakout Artist

The following is a list of Teen Choice Award winners and nominees for Choice Breakout Artist. The award is sometimes divided into Choice Male Breakout Artist, Choice Female Breakout Artist and Choice Breakout Group.

Winners and nomineesEdit

1999Edit

Year Winner Nominees Ref.
1999 98 Degrees [1]

2000sEdit

Year Winner Nominees Ref.
2000 Jessica Simpson [2]
2001 O-Town [3]
2002 Ashanti [4][5]
2003 50 Cent [6]
2004 Maroon 5 [7]
2005 Choice Male Breakout Artist
Jesse McCartney [8]
Choice Female Breakout Artist
Gwen Stefani [8]
2006 Choice Male Breakout Artist
Chris Brown [9]
Choice Female Breakout Artist
Rihanna [9]
2007 Choice Male Breakout Artist
Akon [10]
Choice Female Breakout Artist
Vanessa Hudgens [10]
Choice Breakout Group
Gym Class Heroes [10]
2008 Choice Breakout Artist
Taylor Swift [11]
Choice Breakout Group
Jonas Brothers [11]
2009 David Archuleta [12][13]

2010sEdit

Year Winner Nominees Ref.
2010 Choice Male Breakout Artist
Justin Bieber [14]
Choice Female Breakout Artist
Selena Gomez & the Scene [14]
2011 Bruno Mars [15][16]
2012 Choice Breakout Artist
Carly Rae Jepsen [17]
Choice Breakout Group
One Direction [17]
2013 Choice Breakout Artist
Ed Sheeran [18][19]
Choice Breakout Group
Emblem3 [18][19]
2014 Choice Breakout Artist
Austin Mahone [20][21]
Choice Breakout Group
5 Seconds of Summer [20][21]
2015 Little Mix [22]
2016 Zayn [23]
2017 Chance the Rapper [24]
2018 Khalid [25]
2019 Billie Eilish

ReferencesEdit

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