When the "Twilight" film franchise comes to a close next summer, the movie's stars might want to consider opening up a surf shop. Because for what seemed like the umpteenth year in a row, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and the rest of the "Twilight" crew swept the Teen Choice Awards -- where instead of walking off with glittering trophies, winners take home waxed-up surfboards.
Lautner took home the prize for choice movie actor in a sci/fi fantasy flick -- "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," of course -- while Pattinson was named choice movie actor and vampire. Meanwhile, the film's lesser-known stars, Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene, were awarded the choice scene stealers prize.
All of the winners for the award show -- which were held at Universal City's Gibson Amphitheater on Sunday night and hosted by "The Big Bang Theory's" Kaley Cuoco -- were selected by the public via online voting in the weeks leading up to the telecast.
Some of the evening's other big winners? Taylor Swift, whose gal pal Emma Stone was on hand to honor her for scoring six different prizes.
Meanwhile, Swift's other BFF, Selena Gomez, performed with her band the Scene as her boyfriend, Justin Bieber, mouthed the lyrics to her new single and danced from the audience. Gomez took home five surfboards for choice TV comedy actress, music single, best love song, musical group -- and, most important -- female hottie.
Appropriately, her beau was named choice male hottie. How adorable. (He also won three other prizes, including choice twit -- whatever that means.)
Oh, but the adults weren't left empty-handed. Plenty of stars over the ripe age of 30, like Cameron Diaz, Ed Helms, Ellen DeGeneres and Ashton Kutcher all walked away with surfboards of their own.
Upon accepting the award for movie actor in a romantic comedy, Kutcher -- who seemed to have walked in straight off the set of "Two and a Half Men" -- took the opportunity to lecture the young'uns.
"Don't charge anything on a credit card if you don't already have money in the bank to pay for it," he cautioned. Then he broke into a rendition of Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream." Enough said.
Keep reading for a full list of winners.