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2004 Teen Choice Awards Winners list



LOS ANGELES (Teen Choice Awards Website) - Lindsay Lohan picked up four awards at the 2004 Teen Choice Awards, held at the Universal Amphitheater in the United States, on Sunday night. The 18-year old film star, won awards for best actress in a comedy movie, best movie hissy fit and best movie blush for her part in the hit film "Mean Girls."
She also collected the award for movie breakout star for her work in both "Mean Girls" and "Freaky Friday."

Other winners included the "50 First Dates," which won the best date movie award, and the best comedy went to "Shrek 2."

A complete list of winners of the 2004 Teen Choice Awards:

Movies:
Date Movie: "50 First Dates."
Movie, Comedy: "Shrek 2."
Movie Actor, Comedy: Adam Sandler, "50 First Dates."
Movie Thriller: "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre."
Movie Actress, Comedy: Lindsay Lohan.
Movie Actress, Drama/Adventure: Halle Berry, "Gothika."
Movie Hissy Fit: Lindsay Lohan, "Mean Girls."
Movie Blush: Lindsay Lohan, "Mean Girls."
Movie Sleazebag: Seann William Scott, "American Wedding."
Movie Breakout Star Actress: Lindsay Lohan, "Mean Girls," "Freaky Friday."
Movie Your Parents Didn't Want You to See: "American Wedding."

Television:
TV Show, Drama/Action Adventure, "The O.C."
TV, Reality/Variety: "Punk'd."
TV Show, Late Night: "Saturday Night Live."
TV Breakout Show: "The O.C."
TV Actress, Drama/Adventure: Jennifer Garner, "Alias."
TV Actor, Drama/Adventure: Adam Brody, "The O.C."
TV Sidekick: Sean Hayes, "Will & Grace."
TV Personality: Ashton Kutcher.
TV Breakout Star, Female: Mischa Barton, "The O.C."
TV Breakout Star, Male: Chad Michael Murray, "One Tree Hill."
Reality/Variety TV Star: Ashton Kutcher, "Punk'd."
Reality/Variety Jackass: Simon Cowell, "American Idol."

Music:
Single: "Toxic," Britney Spears.
Album: "Confessions," Usher.
R&B Artist: Usher.
R&B Track: "Yeah," Usher with Ludacris and Lil Jon.
Love Song: "I Miss You," Blink-182.
Hook Up: "Yeah," Usher with Ludacris and Lil Jon.
Tour of the Year: No Doubt and Blink-182.
Song of the Summer: "Pieces of Me," Ashlee Simpson.
Additional Awards:
Ultimate Choice Award: Mike Myers.
Courage Award: Bethany Hamilton.
Male Athlete: Tony Hawk.
Female Athlete: Mia Hamm.
Comedian: Adam Sandler.
Fresh Face: Ashlee Simpson.






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