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Demi Lovato to Host the Teen Choice Awards

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Award Shows, Kids, FOX, Announcements,

Demi LovatoDemi Lovato will host the 2012 Teen Choice Awards.

The X Factor judge will front the annual Fox awards show on July 22, which sees her nominated for a four accolades including two music gongs for hit "Give Your Heart a Break." Demi is up for Choice Summer Song and Choice Love Song in the music category, and she is also in line for the Female Choice Summer Music Star prize in which she will take on Katy Perry, Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez and Carly Rae Jepsen, who will perform at the ceremony.

As well as the "Call Me Maybe" hitmaker, Justin Bieber - who faces off against Demi for the Choice Twit award - Flo Rida and No Doubt will also take to the stage for the event, which is set to include an appearance by "So You Think You Can Dance" host Cat Deeley.

Demi's appointment means she will have a busy summer presenting the ceremony, performing on her current summer North American tour, which concludes on September 1, and judging The X Factor.


Miley Cyrus Taking Flack for Sexy Teen Choice Performance

, 16, sang “Party in the USA” when she performed at the Teen Choice Awards - but what she sounded like is not the issue days after the performance. Her clothing and sexy dance moves during the number have ignited an online controversy.

Miley’s short shorts and ice cream truck pole dance have been regarded as questionable by forum posters on popular sites like YouTube and . Neither her publicist nor the Disney Channel has commented on the public debate.

Those kids sure do grow up fast. Vanessa Hudgens has more nude pics surfacing, and now the network’s cute country goddess is dancing on poles.

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Monday Ratings: Teen Choose FOX

While it wasn’t the most-watched program last night, the 2008 Teen Choice Awards did earn nice numbers for the under-35 set. Meanwhile, CBS’s repeat roster was the winner in both categories yesterday.

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This Week on TV (8/4-8/10)

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MONDAY (8/4)
  • Teen Choice 2008 (FOX, 8pm):  “ hosts the 10th annual gala honoring achievement in entertainment, sports and fashion.” If kids are wearing things from the 80’s, could that really be considered an achievement in fashion?
  • I Want to Work for Diddy (VH1, 9pm):  Series premiere. “Applicants compete to be Diddy’s next personal assistant.” The more babies you have, the more umbrella holders you need.
  • New York Goes to Hollywood (VH1, 10pm):  Series premiere. “New York moves to L.A. to pursue her dream of becoming an A-list entertainer.” Ashley Dupre has proven that you can live in New York and do the same there.
  • Luke’s Parental Advisory (VH1, 10:30pm):  Series premiere. “Former rapper turned adult-entertainment producer Luther ‘Luke’ Campbell auditions women for his company then gives his teenage son a lecture about pornography.” It’s of the millennium.

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Teen Choice Awards Voting Open Until August 11

Teen ChoiceThis week teens can vote for their favorite stars in the Teen Choice Awards.

Nominees include new celebs such as Brandon Routh of Superman Returns and American Idol‘s Katharine McPhee, as well as familiar faces like Christina Aguilera, Beyonce, and pop culture icons Flavor Flav (Flavor of Love) and Hulk Hogan (Hogan Knows Best).

The competition between Laguna Beach‘s Kristin Cavallari and Lauren “LC” Conrad continues as they are both nominted for Female “Choice Reality Star”.

Also nominated for an award is Jessica Simpson, her ex-brother-in-law Drew Lachey (for his stint on Dancing with the Stars), and many more.

The awards will air on FOX, August 20 at 8:00 EST, following a “red carpet” pre-show at 7:30. Ballots are available on-line at Teenpeople.com, MySpace.com, IGN.com and FOX.com. Voting will run until August 11 and is open to anyone between the ages of 13 and 19.

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