Teen Choice Awards: Nina Dobrev's Dating 'Drama,' Tyler Posey's Big Reunion and More Best Moments

Teen Choice Awards 2014

If you asked us to describe Sunday’s Teen Choice Awards with four words, they would probably be “Tyler Posey” and “coconut bikini.” Fortunately, we’re not so limited.

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The annual celebration of screaming, democracy and all things teen — think of it as the Emmys for shows like Pretty Little LiarsTeen Wolf and The Vampire Diaries — packed an entire summer’s worth of shenanigans into a tight, two-hour package. Needless to say, narrowing down our list of favorite moments was no easy feat.

And yet, we found a way.

Browse our gallery of best Teen Choice moments — which includes stars like Posey, Nina Dobrev and Demi Lovato — then drop a comment with your own below.

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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  1. Kenter says:

    Posey’s tattoos are just horrendous

    • Kait says:

      And you really couldn’t even see the one on his leg(s?)… I think he’s said he’s getting the one on his ribs removed for “his career” but who knows

  2. Kait says:

    The best part was Donald Sutherland looking dapper throwing berries and making a cute speech. I know Tyler Posey is always hyper but bro needed to clearly step away from the red bulls tonight. Also, I’m 25 and couldn’t stand the “live” (lol) performances that I actually watched. The white reggae sounding dude and whoever the guy was at the end, those songs were awful, is that really what “the kids” listen to nowadays? I feel old