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Selena Gomez upstages Justin Bieber at the Teen Choice Awards

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Selena Gomez wowed at the annual Teen Choice Awards in Hollywood last night. The 19-year-old took home five cool blue surfboard trophies while Justin Bieber walked away with four. Gomez with a sweet back ponytail and summer dress won Choice Female Hottie, Choice TV Actress for comedy "Wizards of Waverly Place," Choice Music Group with the Scene, Choice Music Single "Who Says" and Choice Love Song, "Love You Like A Love Song."

She even performed the chart-topper while her boo Justin Bieber, who wore a man-blouse, black vest and a smile from ear to ear, stood in the crowd, cheerfully singing along and moving to the beat.

"Thank you all for such a wonderful night, I could not have imagined winning all that I won. It is all because of... ," Gomez expressed on Twitter, linking to her Facebook page which was flooded with 1,960 fans' comments like, "You are the best," and, "I love you."

Bieber won Choice Male Artist, Choice TV Villain award for his CSI role and, for his success on Twitter, Choice Twit. He kept smiling: "having fans like u all never gets old. i do love u to death and i do appreciate you more than any speech will ever show. u got me SMILING!" Bieber tweeted.

And while Gomez snatched more awards, Justin trended on Twitter with #JUSTINWON in all caps.

For the list of all Sunday's winners, click here.

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