Teen Choice Awards 2016 ceremony, hosted by John Cena and Victoria Justice, was held on Sunday, July 31. The show celebrates the choice of teenagers, when it comes to the best music, film, television, sports, fashion, comedy and internet. It was braodcast live on FOX and is available for streaming on all FOX Apps.
There is quite a bit going on at an award ceremony, from amazing performances to touching speeches, that you may miss a thing or two while trying to process the whole event. We have compiled a few of those tidbits and trivia, which may not have caught your attention, but you definitely would want to know of.
- Chloe Grace Mortez and Brooklyn Beckham PDA: The young couple, who have been dating publicly for a while now, were seen hugging each other at the event. According to Hollywood Life, Brooklyn was extremely supportive at his girlfriend's win, spontaneously standing up when her name was announced. They even shared a big hug before Mortez went up to the stage to collect her surfboard.
The duo has been very affectionate ever since they went public with the news that they are dating. Beckham was even present at the Democratic National Convention to show his support for Mortez who spoke at the event.
- Mysterious singer that performed with Flo Rida: The Teen Choice Awards 2016 hosted a performance by Flo Rida, wherein the hip hop artist belted out his hits like "Wild Ones." The original version, as fans know, features Sia, but the big-wigged singer was not present at the award show. Instead, Bebe Rexha, who is best known for singing the musical verses in David Guetta and Nicki Minaj's "Hey Mama," performed "Wild Ones" on stage with Flo Rida.
- Kendall Jenner beats her BBF for the surfboard: Kendall Jenner was a big winner at the Teen Choice Awards 2016, having won Choice female hottie and Choice model. However, she had to beat some of her best friends to get the award. Choice Model, for example, also featured Gigi Hadid as a nominee. As fans know, Hadid and Jenner are the best of pals. In the female hottie category, Jenner was pitted against Hadid yet again, and along with her, Selena Gomez, who is another member of the Taylor Swift squad.
- The adults brought some seriousness to teen night: Amid all the fun and games, Justin Timberlake, who won the inaugural Decade Award and Jessica Alba, who took the stage to throw light on gun violence, discussed some serious issues. "As a relatively new dad and a former teen, I am here to say you will make mistakes along the way," Timberlake told the teens. "You will fall down. I have many times — even [Muhammad] Ali did."
Meanwhile Alba and singer Ne-Yo, who performed Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On," asked the teenagers to stand united in the peaceful fight against violence. They were joined on stage by a group of teens who were all affected by the recent shootings in places like California and Florida. "Tonight, we stand together with these teens united in a call for peace and an end to this violence... Now, more than ever, we need to stop, feel and ask, 'What's going on?'" Alba said in a powerful speech.
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