Teen Choice Award for Choice Music – Summer Song

The following is a list of Teen Choice Award winners and nominees for Choice Music - Summer Song. Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, and Fifth Harmony receives the most wins with 2.

Winners and nomineesEdit

1999Edit

Year Winner Nominees Ref.
1999 "If You Had My Love" – Jennifer Lopez [1]

2000sEdit

Year Winner Nominees Ref.
2000 "It's Gonna Be Me" – NSYNC [2]
2001 "Lady Marmalade" – Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mýa, and Pink [3]
2002 "Hot in Herre" – Nelly [4][5]
2003 "Crazy in Love" – Beyoncé feat. Jay Z [6][7]
2004 "Pieces of Me" – Ashlee Simpson [8]
2005 "Behind These Hazel Eyes" – Kelly Clarkson [9]
2006 "Promiscuous" – Nelly Furtado feat. Timbaland [10]
2007 "Hey There Delilah" – Plain White T's [11][12]
2008 "Burnin' Up" – Jonas Brothers [13]
2009 "Before the Storm" – Jonas Brothers feat. Miley Cyrus [14]

2010sEdit

 
Two-time winner Demi Lovato
Year Winner Nominees Ref.
2010 "California Gurls" – Katy Perry feat. Snoop Dogg [15]
2011 "Skyscraper" – Demi Lovato [16]
2012 "Call Me Maybe" – Carly Rae Jepsen [17]
2013 "We Can't Stop" – Miley Cyrus [18]
2014 "Really Don't Care" – Demi Lovato ft. Cher Lloyd [19]
2015 "Worth It" – Fifth Harmony feat. Kid Ink [20]
2016 "Work from Home" – Fifth Harmony feat. Ty Dolla $ign [21]
2017 "Despacito" – Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber [22]
2018 "Back to You" – Selena Gomez [23]
2019 "Señorita" – Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello [24]

ReferencesEdit

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