“This is what this night is all about,” said a gothed-out Katy Perry. “Vampires.” The goofy “California Girls” singer hosted the show with the male stars of “Glee.”
Voters continued to really like “Twilight” stars Taylor Lautner and Robert Pattinson, who were present to accept their multiple awards. Of Pattinson’s four wins, one was actually not related to the supernatural saga: choice drama movie actor for “Remember Me.” “It’s great to win something outside of ‘Twilight’,” said Pattinson.
Throughout the show, funnyman Ken Jeong of “Community” and the upcoming bloodsucker satire “Vampires Suck” lingered inside a coffin on the side of the stage at Universal Studios Hollywood’s Gibson Amphitheatre. The awards, which honor celebrities in television, film, music and sports, were selected by over 85 million votes cast online. Other multiple winners included “Gossip Girl,” Ellen DeGeneres, “Pretty Little Liars” and “Wizards of Waverly Place” star Selena Gomez, who picked up trophies in both TV and music categories. Taylor Swift also won four awards but wasn’t present to accept for choice female country artist, country song for “Fifteen,” country album for “Fearless” and breakout movie actress for “Valentine’s Day.” Winners on hand included choice action-adventure movie actor Channing Tatum for “G.I. Joe” and choice drama movie actress Sandra Bullock for “The Blind Side.”