Radio Disney Music Awards 2014: Selena Gomez, One Direction, Taylor Swift Among Winners
Other top winners included Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato, Fifth Harmony and Becky G.
Selena Gomez was the big winner at the Radio Disney Music Awards on Saturday at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, walking away with Song of the Year ("Come & Get It”), Best Song to Dance To ("Birthday”) and Most Talked-About Artist.
Other top winners at the show were One Direction (Best Music Group), Justin Timberlake (Best Male Artist), Demi Lovato (Best Female Artist), Fifth Harmony (Breakout Artist of the Year) and Becky G (Best New Artist). Fan voting began in late February through Radio Disney's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram profiles.
Performers during the show included Ariana Grande, R5, Becky G, Fifth Harmony, Austin Mahone and Zendaya.
The 2014 Radio Disney Music Awards will be broadcast April 27 at 8 p.m. on the Disney Channel.
Check out the full list of winners below:
They're The One – Best Music Group
He's The One – Best Male Artist
She's The One – Best Female Artist
The Bestest – Song Of The Year
"Come & Get It" – Selena Gomez
XOXO – Best Crush Song
"Still Into You" – Paramore
So FANtastic – Fiercest Fans
Swifties – Taylor Swift
The Buzz – Breakout Artist of the Year
The Freshest – Best New Artist
Musical Mashup – Best Musical Collaboration
"Everything Has Changed" – Taylor Swift feat. Ed Sheeran
So Happy – Best Song That Makes You Smile (Sponsored by ARM & HAMMER Tooth Tunes)
"Ooh La La" – Britney Spears
#Cool – Radio Disney's Most Talked About Artist
Stuck In Our Heads – Catchiest New Song
"The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?)" – Ylvis
That's My Jam – Best Song To Rock Out To With Your BFF
"Me & My Girls" – Fifth Harmony
Soundtraxx – Favorite Song From a Movie Or TV Show
"Let It Go" – Idina Menzel ("Frozen")
Move! – Best Song To Dance To
"Birthday" – Selena Gomez
Hit The Road – Favorite Roadtrip Song (Sponsored by GEICO)
"Made In The USA" – Demi Lovato
You've Got Swag! – Artist With The Best Style (Sponsored by Justice)
This article first appeared on Billboard.com.