Smith, Alba big winners at Teen Choice Awards

TEEN QUEEN: Miley Cyrus hosted the Teen Choice Awards.
TEEN QUEEN: Miley Cyrus hosted the Teen Choice Awards.

Will Smith and Jessica Alba were named winners at the 10th annual Teen Choice Awards.

The I Am Legend star and new mom Jessica won in the Choice Movie Actor Horror/Thriller and Choice Movie Actress Horror/Thriller categories respectively at the ceremony in Universal Studios' Gibson Amphitheatre.

Other winners at the event included Keira Knightley, who won the Choice Movie Actress Drama award for her role in period drama Atonement, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street star Johnny Depp who was crowned Choice Movie Villain.

Hit US TV show Gossip Girl - which was nominated for 14 awards - scooped six prizes, including the highly coveted Choice TV Show Drama and Choice TV Breakout Show honours.

Actress Blake Lively, who plays Serena van der Woodsen in the show, won the Choice TV Actress Drama and Choice TV Breakout Star Female awards.

Her co-star Chace Crawford, who plays Nate Archibald in the series, was crowned Choice TV Breakout Star Male, while Ed Westwick - Chuck Bass in Gossip Girl - was named Choice TV Villain.

Singer Chris Brown was the big music award winner, taking home Choice Music Male Artist, Choice Music R'n'B Artist, Choice Music R'n'B Track for 'Forever' and Choice Hook-up for his duet No Air with Jordin Sparks.

Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus - who hosted the awards - won the Choice Music Female Artist prize and the Choice TV Actress Comedy accolade for her role in the hit Disney TV show, which was also named Choice TV Show Comedy.

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