There’s no denying that Demi Lovato is a teen sensation…
The 19-year-old part-Mexican singer, actress and recently appointed X Factor judge proved to be the brightest Hispanic star at Sunday’s Teen Choice Awards.
Lovato—who presided over the festivities as co-host with Glee’s Kevin McHale—was the winningest Latina/o by picking up a pair of brand-new surfboards at the 14thannual awards show.
The former Disney Channel star, who received a total of four nominations, claimed the Choice Female Music Star of the Summer and Choice Twit awards.
Including Sunday’s haul, Lovato has won a total of six Teen Choice Awards.
But Lovato wasn’t the only Hispanic star to pick up an award…
The Vampire Diaries’ star Michael Trevino picked up the award for Choice TV Male Scene Stealer during last night’s show. Its the 27-year-old Mexican American actor’s second straight win in that category for his role as Tyler Lockwood on the CW series.
Another Latino playing a werewolf on television, Teen Wolf’s Tyler Posey, claimed the Choice Summer TV Star Male award. It’s the first Teen Choice Award for the 20-year-old half-Mexican American actor, who will be returning for a third season on MTV’s hit supernatural series.
Former American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez, who came into the night as the most-nominated Hispanic celebrity, took home the Choice TV Female Personality award for her role on Fox’s hit singing competition series. It’s her twelfth Teen Choice Award.
Meanwhile, Magic Mike star Adam Rodriguez took home the award for Choice TV Actor Action for his role on CSI: Miami; Selena Gomez & The Scene received the Choice Music Group award; Zoë Saldaña won in the Choice Movie Actress: Action category for her role in Colombiana; and Glee’s Lea Michele was named Choice TV Actress Comedy.
The Teen Choice Awards winners were chosen by fans, who cast a total of 134 million votes, Lovato reported during the show.
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