TEEN CHOICE AWARDS 2016: THE WINNERS REVEALED 170

Here is the full list of winners from the 2016 Teen Choice Awards

MOVIES
Choice Movie: Action/Adventure (#ChoiceActionMovie)
Deadpool

Choice Movie Actor: Action/Adventure (#ChoiceActionMovieActor)
Dylan O’Brien, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

Choice Movie Actress: Action/Adventure (#ChoiceActionMovieActress)
Shailene Woodley, The Divergent Series: Allegiant

Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiMovie)
Captain America: Civil War

Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiMovieActor)
Chris Evans, Captain America: Civil War

Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiMovieActress)
Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

Choice Movie: Drama (#ChoiceDramaMovie)
Miracles from Heaven

Choice Movie Actor: Drama (#ChoiceDramaMovieActor)
Leonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant

Choice Movie Actress: Drama (#ChoiceDramaMovieActress)
Jennifer Lawrence, Joy

Choice Movie: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyMovie)
Ride Along 2

Choice Movie Actor: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyMovieActor)
Zac Efron, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

Choice Movie Actress: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyMovieActress)
Chloë Grace Moretz, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

Choice Movie Villain (#ChoiceMovieVillain)
Adam Driver, Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens

Choice Movie Scene Stealer (#ChoiceMovieSceneStealer)
Jena Malone, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

Choice Movie Breakout Star (#ChoiceMovieBreakoutStar)
Daisy Ridley, Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens

Choice Movie Chemistry (#ChoiceMovieChemistry)
Thomas Brodie-Sangster & Dylan O’Brien, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

Choice Movie Liplock (#ChoiceMovieLiplock)
Jennifer Lawrence & Josh Hutcherson, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

Choice Movie Hissy Fit (#ChoiceMovieHissyFit)
Ryan Reynolds, Deadpool

Choice Summer Movie (#ChoiceSummerMovie)
Finding Dory

Choice Summer Movie Actor (#ChoiceSummerMovieActor)
Kevin Hart, Central Intelligence

Choice Summer Movie Actress (#ChoiceSummerMovieActress)
Ellen DeGeneres, Finding Dory

Choice AnTEENcipated Movie (#ChoiceAnTEENcipatedMovie)
Suicide Squad

Choice AnTEENcipated Movie Actor (#ChoiceAnTEENcipatedMovieActor)
Dylan O’Brien, Deepwater Horizon

Choice AnTEENcipated Movie Actress (#ChoiceAnTEENcipatedMovieActress)
Cara Delevingne, Suicide Squad

TELEVISION
Choice TV Show: Drama (#ChoiceDramaTVShow)
Pretty Little Liars

Choice TV Actor: Drama (#ChoiceDramaTVActor)
Ian Harding, Pretty Little Liars

Choice TV Actress: Drama (#ChoiceDramaTVActress)
Ashley Benson, Pretty Little Liars

Choice TV Show: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiTVShow)
Once Upon a Time

Choice TV Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiTVActor)
Grant Gustin, The Flash

Choice TV Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiTVActress)
Lana Parrilla, Once Upon a Time

Choice TV Show: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyTVShow)
Fuller House

Choice TV Actor: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyTVActor)
Ross Lynch, “Austin & Ally”

Choice TV Actress: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyTVActress)
Candace Cameron Bure, Fuller House

Choice TV: Animated Show (#ChoiceAnimatedTVShow)
Family Guy

Choice TV: Reality Show (#ChoiceRealityTVShow)
Keeping Up with the Kardashians

Choice TV Villain (#ChoiceTVVillain)
Janel Parrish, Pretty Little Liars

Choice TV: Scene Stealer (#ChoiceTVSceneStealer)
Sasha Pieterse, Pretty Little Liars

Choice TV: Breakout Star (#ChoiceTVBreakoutStar)
Matthew Daddario, Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments

Choice TV: Breakout Show (#ChoiceTVBreakoutShow)
Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments

Choice TV: Chemistry (#ChoiceTVChemistry)
Ashley Benson & Tyler Blackburn, Pretty Little Liars

Choice TV: Liplock (#ChoiceTVLiplock)
Jennifer Morrison & Colin O’Donoghue, Once Upon a Time

Choice Summer TV Show (#ChoiceSummerTVShow)
Teen Wolf

Choice Summer TV Actor (#ChoiceSummerTVActor)
Dylan O’Brien, Teen Wolf

Choice Summer TV Actress (#ChoiceSummerTVActress)
Shelley Hennig, Teen Wolf

MUSIC
Choice Male Artist (#ChoiceMaleArtist)
Justin Bieber

Choice Female Artist (#ChoiceFemaleArtist)
Selena Gomez

Choice Music Group: (#ChoiceMusicGroup)
One Direction

Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Artist (#ChoiceRBHipHopArtist)
Beyoncé

Choice Country Artist (#ChoiceCountryArtist)
Carrie Underwood

Choice Song: Female Artist (#ChoiceSongFemaleArtist)
Ariana Grande, “Dangerous Woman”

Choice Song: Male Artist (#ChoiceSongMaleArtist)
Justin Bieber, “Sorry”

Choice Song: Group (#ChoiceSongGroup)
One Direction, “Home”

Choice Country Song (#ChoiceCountrySong)
Brad Paisley feat. Demi Lovato, “Without a Fight”

Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song (#ChoiceRBHipHopSong)
Drake, “One Dance” (feat. Wizkid & Kyla)

Choice Rock Song (#ChoiceRockSong)
5 Seconds of Summer, “Jet Black Heart”

Choice Love Song (#ChoiceLoveSong)
One Direction, “Perfect”

Choice Break-Up Song (#ChoiceBreakupSong)
Justin Bieber, “Love Yourself”

Choice Party Song (#ChoicePartySong)
DNCE, “Cake by the Ocean”

Choice Song from a Movie or TV Show (#ChoiceMovieTVSong)
Fifth Harmony, “I’m In Love with A Monster” (“Hotel Transylvania 2”)

Choice Music Breakout Artist (#ChoiceMusicBreakoutArtist)
Zayn

Choice Music: Next Big Thing (#ChoiceMusicNextBigThing)
Hey Violet

Choice Summer Song (#ChoiceSummerSong)
Fifth Harmony, “Work from Home” (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)

Choice Summer Music Star: Female (#ChoiceSummerMusicStarFemale)
Selena Gomez

Choice Summer Music Star: Male (#ChoiceSummerMusicStarMale)
Zayn

Choice Summer Music Star: Group (#ChoiceSummerMusicStarGroup)
5 Seconds of Summer

Choice Summer Tour (#ChoiceSummerTour)
5 Seconds of Summer, “Sounds Live Feels Live Tour”

Choice Music: International Artist (#ChoiceInternationalArtist)
Little Mix

WEB & DIGITAL
Choice Web Star: Female (#ChoiceFemaleWebStar)
Lilly Singh (IISuperwomanII)

Choice Web Star: Male (#ChoiceMaleWebStar)
Dolan Twins

Choice Web Star: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyWebStar)
Lilly Singh (IISuperwomanII)

Choice Web Star: Music (#ChoiceMusicWebStar)
Christina Grimmie

Choice Web Star: Fashion/Beauty (#ChoiceBeautyWebStar)
Bethany Mota

Social Media King (#SocialMediaKing)
Cameron Dallas

Social Media Queen (#SocialMediaQueen)
Fifth Harmony

Choice Twit (#ChoiceTwit)
Justin Bieber

Choice Viner (#ChoiceViner)
Lele Pons

Choice Instagrammer (#ChoiceInstagrammer)
Selena Gomez

Choice Snapchatter (#ChoiceSnapchatter)
Kylie Jenner

Choice YouTuber (#ChoiceYouTuber)
Dolan Twins

Choice Muser (#ChoiceMuser)
Baby Ariel

Choice Fandom (#ChoiceFandom)
One Direction, #Directioners

FASHION
Choice Female Hottie (#ChoiceFemaleHottie)
Kendall Jenner

Choice Male Hottie (#ChoiceMaleHottie)
Harry Styles

Choice Style: Male (#ChoiceStyleMale)
Nick Jonas

Choice Style: Female (#ChoiceStyleFemale)
Zendaya

SPORTS
Choice Male Athlete (#ChoiceMaleAthlete)
Stephen Curry

Choice Female Athlete (#ChoiceFemaleAthlete)
The Bella Twins

Choice Sports Team (#ChoiceSportsTeam)
U.S.A. 2016 Olympic Team

OTHER
Choice Comedian (#ChoiceComedian)
Ellen DeGeneres

Choice Selfie Taker (#ChoiceSelfieTaker)
Ariana Grande

Choice Dancer (#ChoiceDancer)
Maddie Ziegler

Choice Model (#ChoiceModel)
Kendall Jenner

Choice President (#ChoicePresident)
Hillary Clinton

SPECIAL AWARDS
Choice Inaugural Decade Award: Justin Timberlake

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YOUR ULTIMATE TV GUIDE: WHO’S APPEARING ON WHAT? 30

Here is your guide to the upcoming TV appearances, from The Voice to Sounds Like Friday Night, awards show to chat shows.

SOUNDS LIKE FRIDAY NIGHT – FRIDAY 13 APRIL @ 19.30 ON BBC ONE
Greg James is joined in the studio by special guest Lily Allen. Returning with her first new album in four years, Lily performs two tracks, including her latest single Higher. Sam Smith treats Dotty to an exclusive performance when she meets him backstage at the O2 as he embarks on a world tour. Singer-songwriter James Bay also returns with new music, performing his single Wild Love live in the studio. Australian chart-toppers 5 Seconds of Summer give a special performance of Want You Back – the lead single from their highly anticipated third album.

There is also part two of Dotty’s trip to Tokyo to meet Little Mix – this week they take on Sounds Like Friday Night’s 60 Seconds of Song challenge. How many of their hits can they cram into one minute?

THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW – FRIDAY 13 APRIL @ 22.35 ON BBC ONE
Graham is joined by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Oscar-nominated star of Moonlight and James Bond Naomie Harris, starring together in monster movie Rampage, and Sherlock and The Hobbit star Martin Freeman, appearing in horror anthology Ghost Stories. Roger Daltrey performs his new single As Long as I Have You.

ZOE BALL ON SATURDAY – SATURDAY 14 APRIL @ 08.30 ON ITV
To kick start her brand new show Zoe Ball will be joined by Hollywood actor Michael Sheen, Geordie comedian Chris Ramsey and Radio 1 DJ Greg James. Plus, there’s music in the studio from award-winning US band Walk The Moon.

HARRY HILL’S ALIEN FUN CAPSULE – SATURDAY 14 APRIL @ 19.30 ON ITV
Helping Harry Hill fill the fun capsule and prevent an alien invasion this week are, comedian Micky Flanagan, political journalist Robert Peston, Coronation Street actor Sally Dynevor, and broadcasting legend Anneka Rice.

ZOE BALL ON SUNDAY – SUNDAY 15 APRIL @ 08.30 ON ITV
Zoe Ball eases us into Sunday morning, with celeb chats and music from singer-songwriter Lissie. Plus, The Saturdays’ Mollie King meets Hollywood stars Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning – find out what they make of Zoe’s ‘bag of balls’!

LOOSE WOMEN – MONDAY 16 TO FRIDAY 20 APRIL @12:30 ON ITV
On Monday, Boy George drops by to talk about the upcoming Culture Club tour. Tuesday sees Brian Conley reveal all about his new show Buy It Now. Amanda Redman drops by on Wednesday to discuss the latest series of The Good Karma Hospital, while American actress Kathleen Turner drops in on Thursday. Finally, joining the girls on Friday will be music icons Shaggy and Sting

CELEBRITY JUICE – THURSDAY 19 APRIL @ 22.00 ON ITV2
Joining the panel this week is TV presenter Scarlett Moffat, First Dates Fed Sirieix and Geordie funny man Chris Ramsey.

SOUNDS LIKE FRIDAY NIGHT – FRIDAY 20 APRIL @ 19.30 ON BBC ONE
Greg James and Dotty present and are joined by Canadian chart topper Shawn Mendes. With over four billion views online, Shawn performs two songs live in the studio. Indie rockers The Vaccines perform their new single I Can’t Quit, while Brits Critic Choice winner Jorja Smith delivers a special performance of her track Blue Light.

THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW – FRIDAY 20 APRIL @ 22.35 ON BBC ONE
Graham is joined by Oscar nominee Benedict Cumberbatch, playing Dr Strange in Avengers: Infinity War, Matt LeBlanc, playing himself in the final series of Episodes, actress Maxine Peake, playing a 70s club comedian in Funny Cow and Mary Berry and Claudia Winkleman talking about new BBC1 show Britain’s Best Cook. Plus music from Calvin Harris featuring Dua Lipa, performing new single One Kiss.

CELEBRITY JUICE – THURSDAY 26 APRIL @ 22.00 ON ITV2
Joining the panel this week are pop sensation John Newman and Celebrity Juice regular Gino ‘Sheffield’ D’Acampo.

TAMI STRONACH REFLECTS ON ‘THE NEVER ENDING STORY’ & TELLS ALL ABOUT HER NEW PROJECTS 43

Catapulted to fame in the 1980’s thanks to her role as the Childlike Empress in The Never Ending Story, Tami Stronach is a name few film fans of a certain era have ever, or will likely ever forget. Having recently launched several exciting new projects, ThisIsTheLatest caught up with Tami to find out how the Childlike role impacted her life and career, which one venue she’d most like to perform in and what’s left to tick off her bucket list.

TITL: How does it feel to know that The Never Ending Story is still as well loved now as it was back upon its original release?

Tami Stronach: It’s incredible. Obviously I am surprised by the staying power, very pleasantly. I don’t think any of us could have anticipated it. I think the story, which was translated from Michael Ende’s book, has these really powerful messages. All the whimsey and magical characters add to it, but underneath all of it, there really is a depth to the story. For me the film is about valuing the child within us…In really dark times, it is really our ability to imagine our way forward that is going to save us. Historically, I think that is always true. The people who can vision a better future and vision a way forward manage to see doors and openings that the rest of us don’t.

TITL: What do you think it is about TNES that makes it so timelessly appealing?

TS: This notion that in each of us resides the power to imagine a better world, a kinder world that we can actually manifest if we believe in our vision enough. That is a powerful message and I think it is one we all need to hear so we don’t give in to apathy.

TITL: Do you have any favourite memories from your time on set/with the cast and crew?

TS: I spent a lot of time with the make-up artists and puppet designers in beer gardens when we were not working. They were really fun adults to hang out with – creative and warm. I learned how to flip coasters and do all kinds of tricks because obviously I wasn’t drinking beer.

TITL: How did landing the role of the Childlike Empress ultimately impact your career? Would it be fair to say that the role is and was your career defining moment?

TS: It definitely is what I am best known for since film has the capacity to reach such wide audience and its very fun to be part of something that means so much to so many people. I view The Never Ending Story as a wonderful defining doorway into what would become a lifelong commitment to a career in the arts. Any opportunity I get to be creative is something I will jump at and I’m happy to do that across a lot of different platforms, dance, choreography, theater, music, puppetry, audio recording–in a small theater or in a massive one–on camera or off.

TITL: You’ve never truly ‘left’ Hollywood having then gone on to do dance and theater work in NYC, but you’re back now, having launched the Paper Canoe Company, which specialises in family friendly work. Where did the concept for it come from and what’s the ultimate aim?

TS: Paper Canoe was something that I founded with my husband after my daughter was born. We wanted to come back to family entertainment because we saw first-hand how impactful stories were to shaping our daughter’s worldview. Also it was something we could do as a team–pool our collective experiences in the arts and make stories that would be meaningful to our daughter, her friends and beyond.

TITL: You’ve also got several other projects in the pipeline including a series of collaborations with indie folk/rock artists in Williamsburg, which marks your first ‘return’ to music since your ‘Faerie Queen’ album in the 80’s. How and why did you decide/feel that now was the right time to work on the music side of your career some more?

TS: After 20 years of being a choreographer in contemporary dance it feels slightly mad to just dive into all this new terrain – but having a kid is a great chance to relive some of your childhood. I’m actually going back to my roots with singing and it is really fun. This project is about how music can be a unique kind of storytelling. No one is making narrative albums any more. You’re not supposed to do that. You’re supposed to make singles because everyone is streaming and shuffling playlists etc. But I’ve never been so into following the rules of what you are ‘supposed’ to do. Greg and Jake and I dreamed this. And we’re doing it. Beanstalk Jack has won a couple of awards. We’re really proud of it.

TITL: With so many projects ongoing and in the pipeline, how to you find the time to prepare and be part of them all? Do you try and plan as much of each day as you can or are you more of a ‘let’s wake up and see where the day takes me’ kind of woman? 

TS: You have to prioritize what project you will focus on when. I tend to set a goal for a three month block of time and then evaluate where to go next. It’s a lot of juggling for sure but it keeps things interesting which I like.

TITL: What can you tell me about the live theatrical experience you’re hoping to unveil later this year? Are you excited about getting back on stage and performing the new material/production to audiences and how far and wide would you like the experience to go in terms of locations and venues?

TS: I love performing for live audiences and I’m looking forward to finding out how to build some visual support for the musical numbers for shows in the NY area. But to be honest, I’m actually focusing more on digital content right now…making a video, recording an audio book, turning Light into a podcast….maybe even creating a short film.

TITL: If you could perform in one venue anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

TS: It would be BAM Harvey. There is something so magical about that theater. Whenever I go there I feel overwhelmed with excitement even if the show I saw in the space wasn’t my cup of tea. Some spaces just make us feel awe – this is one of them. It’s both majestic and rustic…Sometimes architecture has a way of holding a group of people that just encourages everyone to feel connected. Theater at its best is aiming for that same connection.

TITL: Given that you were thrust into the spotlight at a time when social media and the digital entertainment era was still just a dream, how do you feel about social media and the impact it has on the entertainment industry as a whole? Is it something you use much of or are you more traditional in the ways you prefer to interact with people?

TS: Like everything powerful, there are two sides to the coin. I think that on the one hand, social media has allowed people to connect in unprecedented ways that I really value. I met my press agent Clint on twitter, and have made some other great friendships there. Now there really is an opportunity to have more of a direct exchange with people who you are really curious about following.

On the flip side, I think some issues are genuinely complex and can’t be thoughtfully or productively discussed in soundbites, and there is also a temptation to be more cruel in a format where you don’t have to deal with the repercussions of how your actions are affecting someone else were they right in front of you. I worry about a world where we are looking to oversimplify everything and the cost of that. If social media can be used as a tool to bring people together so that there is genuine engagement and face to face time as a by-product of that exchange then I think we are heading in the right direction.

TITL: What advice would you give to those actors/actresses and performers who are just starting out and hoping to emulate the careers of their idols? Is there one piece of advice you were once given that you still reflect on today?

TS: I think it’s important to pursue your passions but to allow space for your career to unfold in ways that you may not have anticipated. There is a balance between being determined and rigorous and being interested in and open to unexpected avenues.

TITL: Finally then, having already achieved so much, are there any other plans and ambitions you want to fulfil? What’s left to tick off on your personal and professional bucket lists?

TS: One of the values I inherited from my mother was to prioritize growing and learning. There is always a sense that if you were fulfilled and interested, that was the most important thing above how much money the project garnered or how many people liked it. Of course those external accolades matter and can be a useful benchmark in terms of making sure what you are making is relevant to other people. I do think it’s challenging to stick to your own sense of purpose and to live an authentic life if the things you value are less mainstream.

What excites me in the industry right now is how good TV is getting. Netflix shows, HBO shows, and all the streaming content coming down the pipe has transformed kinds of storytelling we can expect from those platforms. I’m also excited to see more women producers and writers and generally new voices cropping up in the industry which are escaping formula and offering us some really exciting shows. After having been out of the commercial acting game for so long, I’d love to do another big film or two at this stage of my life and tick that off my bucket list. But more importantly, I hope I’m lucky enough to keep being creative on a daily basis and inspiring and encouraging others to be creative as well.

You can find out more about the Paper Canoe Company by visiting the website and to keep up to date with Tami Stronach, you can follow her on Twitter.