Actress Shailene Woodley, winner of Best Actress: Action onstage during FOX's 2014 Teen Choice Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on August 10, 2014 in Los Angeles.
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By Maya Rhodan
August 11, 2014

The 2014 Teen Choice Awards brought fan-driven accolades to the stars teens couldn’t get enough of this year, including the cast of the hit film The Fault in Our Stars.

Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort took home several surfboards at the fun-filled show Sunday, in categories like “Choice Lip-Lock” and “Choice Movie: Drama.” The two stars were also the top picks for Breakout Movie Star (Elgort) and Choice Movie Actress: Adventure (Woodley).

In Woodley’s Choice Actress acceptance speech, according to US Weekly, the actress who once told TIME she doesn’t consider herself a feminist said she felt “pretty honored to be accepting this award on behalf of women.” Adding, “the truest form of bravery and of courage is to be ourselves.”

Some 165 million votes were cast for the 16th annual awards show where teens and the stars they lust over typically take home the most awards. Another choice moment from the show: Donald Sutherland, voted Choice Villain for his role in the Hunger Games series, had a special treat for the crowd of team from the film’s dystopian nation.

“I have brought you souvenirs from Panem. They’re berries,” Sutherland said, tossing berries like the lethal one’s featured in the Hunger Games into the crowd. “I wouldn’t eat them if I were you.”

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