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Avengers: Endgame topped the first wave of nominations for the 2019 Teen Choice Awards with nine, in categories including choice action movie, choice action actress and choice movie villain.
The live-action pic Aladdin from Guy Ritchie trailed behind the record-breaking superhero flick with five noms.
Also among the frontrunners for film nominations are Crazy Rich Asians and Aquaman, with four mentions each.
On the television side, Riverdale, The Flash and Shadowhunters lead with five noms each.
Lil Nas X, whose chart-topping hit "Old Town Road" features Billy Ray Cyrus, earned five nods in the music categories, including choice male artist and choice breakout artist. The tune brought about discussions on genre definition when Billboard removed the song from its Hot Country Songs chart after it debuted at No. 19. Following the controversy and the song's rising popularity, Cyrus joined Lil Nas X for the "Old Town Road" remix.
Also vying for multiple awards in the music categories are Cardi B, Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish and BLACKPINK.
The second wave of nominations is led by Spider-Man: Far From Home, Murder Mystery and The Last Summer with three nominations each, along with Stranger Things with six nominations. Shawn Mendes tops the new music categories with three nominations.
Fans can vote for their favorites starting Wednesday at TeenChoice.VoteNow.tv or on Twitter.
On Aug. 11, fans can see if their votes were enough to help their faves take home a win during the Hermosa Beach ceremony, which is set to start at 8 p.m. ET.
Jonas Brothers and Taylor Swift will be honored at the show, with the names of the host(s), presenters and performers to be announced soon.
A list of nominees follows.
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