Teen Choice Awards 2011: Best and Worst Moments; Winners

From "Harry Potter" to "Twilight," Taylor Swift to Taylor Lautner, THR has complete coverage of Sunday night's event.
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Tom Felton, left, and Rupert Grint

Harry Potter emerged as the big winner at Sunday night's Teen Choice Awards, taking home a total of seven trophies in the shape of surfboards.

The movie franchise also was the recipient of a special tribute at the end of the ceremony featuring clips and pivotal scenes from the films.

"The Harry Potter movies really changed our lives," said Rupert Grint, who portrayed Ron Weasley, when he reached the mic alongside Tom Felton, who plays Draco Malfoy.

Twilight, The Vampire Diaries, Glee and Gossip Girl also earned multiple awards at the ceremony, held at Universal City's Gibson Amphitheatre.

Among individual honorees, Taylor Swift topped the winners with six awards, including the Ultimate Choice Award, while Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez and Robert Pattinson also went home with multiple trophies. Also earning surfboards were Taylor Lautner and Blake Lively.

Noted Bieber in his acceptance speech: "Three years ago, I was chilling on a couch in Canada watching the Teen Choice Awards, and now I'm here. … Anything is possible if you set your mind to it."

Meanwhile, the show itself featured several high and low points, from Ashton Kutcher leading the audience in a sing-along of Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" to Jason DeRulo's unfortunate audio issues while performing "Don't Wanna Go Home."

The Hollywood Reporter has complete coverage of the event, from the red carpet fashion to the complete list of winners.