“The Fault in Our Stars,” starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, made it big at the Teen Choice Awards 2014 on Sunday in Los Angeles, by winning seven awards.
The film, which is adapted from a book of the same name by John Green, received the Choice Movie Drama award, leaving behind films like “American Hustle,” “Heaven Is for Real,” “Million Dollar Arm,” and “Veronica Mars.” Elgort, Nat Wolff and Woodley together won the award for Choice Movie Chemistry, while Wolff also nabbed the award for Choice Movie Scene Stealer. Elgort won in the Choice Movie Actor Drama category for the Josh Boone-directed film, while Woodley received the Choice Movie Actress Drama award.
"My heart goes out to everyone who's dealing with [cancer] because cancer sucks," Elgort, who also won an award in the Choice Movie Breakout Star category, reportedly said, when accepting his first award of the night.
Elgort and Woodley, the two lead stars of “The Fault in Our Stars” also received the award for Choice Movie Liplock.
Woodley, who also received the award for Choice Movie Actress, Action for her role in “Divergent,” disclosed her plans about what she would do with the surfboard, which is given to the winners of the Teen Choice Awards. “I'm actually going to take this in the water during shark week," she reportedly said.
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Elgort, who also starred in “Divergent," said about the prize: “I don't surf or anything, so I guess I'm gonna put this on my wall.”
Demi Lovato, who kicked off the Teen Choice Awards with her performance, won the Choice Summer Song for "Really Don't Care” featuring Cher Lloyd, and also received the Choice Summer Music Star, Female award.
"I want you guys to know that instead of just getting up here and saying a speech, every single one of you deserves to have a happy and incredible life, so be the best you can be in everything because your dreams can come true if you work hard for them," Lovato said, while accepting her award.
The co-hosts of the show, Tyler Posey of "Teen Wolf" and Sarah Hyland of "Modern Family," reportedly said that more than 165 million votes had been cast online for the 16th annual awards show, which concluded with Jason Derulo’s performance of his song "Talk Dirty," he danced on top of a police car on stage.
Some of the other winners of the surfboard prize at the Teen Choice Awards were Donald Sutherland, who won Choice Movie Villain award for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," Theo James, who won the Choice Movie Actor, Action/Adventure award for "Divergent," and Ian Somerhalder, who won the Choice TV Actor, Sci-Fi/Fantasy award for "The Vampire Diaries."
The event was initially scheduled for UCLA's Pauley Pavilion, but was moved to the Shrine Auditorium after a water main break in late July flooded and damaged the iconic UCLA facility.
Click here to see the full list of winners published by E! News.