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[08/15/05 - 12:00 AM]
Winners of "The 2005 Teen Choice Awards" Announced

[via press release from FOX]

WINNERS OF "THE 2005 TEEN CHOICE AWARDS" ANNOUNCED

The following were honored at THE 2005 TEEN CHOICE AWARDS at the Gibson Amphitheater in Universal City, California, airing Tuesday, August 16 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

MOVIES

Choice Movie Actor, Action/Thriller - Chad Michael Murray ("House of Wax")
Choice Movie Actor, Drama - Ryan Gosling ("The Notebook")
Choice Movie Actress, Comedy - Sandra Bullock ("Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous")
Choice Movie Actress, Drama - Rachel McAdams ("The Notebook")
Choice Movie Bad Guy - Jim Carrey ("Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events")
Choice Movie Blush Scene - Hilary Duff ("A Cinderella Story")
Choice Movie Breakout, Female - Haylie Duff ("Napoleon Dynamite")
Choice Movie Breakout, Male - Ryan Gosling ("The Notebook")
Choice Movie Chemistry - Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams ("The Notebook")
Choice Movie Comedy - "Napoleon Dynamite"
Choice Movie Dance - Jon Heder ("Napoleon Dynamite")
Choice Date Movie - "The Notebook"
Choice Movie Drama - "The Notebook"
Choice Movie Hissy Fit - Jon Heder ("Napoleon Dynamite")
Choice Movie Liplock - Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams ("The Notebook")
Choice Movie Love Scene - Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams ("The Notebook")
Choice Movie Rockstar Moment - Ashton Kutcher ("A Lot Like Love")
Choice Movie Scream - Paris Hilton ("House of Wax")
Choice Movie Sleazebag - Jennifer Coolidge ("A Cinderella Story")
Choice Movie Thriller - "House of Wax"

TELEVISION

Choice TV Actor, Comedy - Ashton Kutcher (THAT '70s SHOW)
Choice TV Actor, Drama - Adam Brody (THE O.C.)
Choice TV Actress, Comedy - Alexis Bledel ("Gilmore Girls")
Choice TV Actress, Drama - Rachel Bilson (THE O.C.)
Choice TV Breakout, Female - Eva Longoria ("Desperate Housewives")
Choice TV Breakout Show - "Desperate Housewives"
Choice TV Chemistry - Adam Brody & Rachel Bilson (THE O.C.)
Choice TV Parental Unit - Lauren Graham (Lorelai Gilmore "Gilmore Girls")
Choice TV Personality, Male - Ashton Kutcher ("Punk'd")
Choice TV Sidekick - Wilmer Valderrama (THAT'S '70s SHOW)
Choice TV Show, Comedy - "Gilmore Girls"
Choice TV Show, Drama - THE O.C.
Choice TV Show, Reality - AMERICAN IDOL
Choice V-Cast - "Desperate Housewives"

MUSIC

Choice Music Album - Kelly Clarkson ("Breakaway")
Choice Music Breakout, Female - Gwen Stefani
Choice Music Breakout, Male - Jesse McCartney
Choice Music Collaboration - Gwen Stefani featuring Eve ("Rich Girl")
Choice Music, Female Artist - Kelly Clarkson
Choice Music Love Song - Mariah Carey ("We Belong Together")
Choice Music Make-out Song - Ciara featuring Ludacris ("Oh")
Choice Music, Male Artist - Jesse McCartney
Choice Music Party Starter - Black Eyed Peas ("Don't Phunk With My Heart")
Choice Music Rap Artist - Eminem
Choice Music Rap Track - Eminem ("Mockingbird")
Choice Music R&B Hip-Hop Track - Ciara ("1 - 2 Step")
Choice Music R&B Artist - Mariah Carey
Choice Music Rock Group - Simple Plan
Choice Music Single - Kelly Clarkson ("Since U Been Gone")

ADDITIONAL AWARDS

Choice Comedian - Adam Sandler
Choice Crossover Artist - Jesse McCartney
Choice Hottie, Female - Rachel Bilson
Choice Hottie, Male - Chad Michael Murray
Choice It Girl - Alexis Bledel

Notes on Winners

o Ashton Kutcher has garnered 11 awards - the most by any individual -- and has won in categories such as Choice Male Hottie, Choice TV Reality Hunk ("Punk'd") and Choice TV Actor, Comedy (THAT '70s SHOW).

o Adam Sandler has won eight Teen Choice awards since 1999 for his comedic roles and this year's award is his fourth Choice Comedian win.

o Ryan Gosling won seven awards this year, after receiving his first nominations for The Teen Choice Awards, for his role in "The Notebook."

THE 2005 TEEN CHOICE AWARDS is executive-produced by Bob Bain (THE BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS) and Mike Burg. Paul Flattery serves as producer. Greg Sills serves as supervising producer.





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· AMERICAN IDOL (FOX)
· DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES (ABC)
· GILMORE GIRLS (NETFLIX)
· OC, THE (FOX)
· PUNK'D (BET)
· THAT '70S SHOW (FOX)





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