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Coverage of the 2014 Young Hollywood Awards

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The 2014 Young Hollywood Awards

On Monday night, The CW Network hosted the 16th Young Hollywood Awards. The stylish Kelly Osbourne did a a great job hosting the show, in which she had four outfit changes. She was a very engaging and funny host, as she seemed relaxed throughout the night. 

The best of the young stars of Hollywood were in attendance, and the winners did not disappoint.

Vanessa Hudgens won the Trendsetter Award, Justing Bieber was honored for his chart work and contributions to the Make-A-Wish Foundation by winning the Champ of Charity award.

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Ian Somerhalr of The Vampire Diaries accepted the Best Threesome Award for him, Nina Dobrev, and Paul Wesley. 

Ansel Elgort won the Fan Favorite, Actor Award, and Chloe Grace Moretz won the Fan Favorite, Actress Award. 

Nick Jonas beat out Shaun White, Kate Upton, Lea Michele, and Ariana Grande, for the Coolest Cross Over Award. 

Dylan O’Brien won The Breakthrough Actor Award over Sam Clafin, Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort and Nat Wolff. 

The Breakthrough Actress Award was presented to Orange is the New Black’s Danielle Brooks, who won over Nicola Peltz, Dakota Johnson, Elle Fanning, and Margot Robbie. 

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The award for the Hottest Body (of Work) went to Derek Hough of Dancing with the Stars, and the winner of the Best On-Screen Couple went to Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort from The Fault in Our Stars

The award for Best Bromance went to Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum for their performance in 22 Jump Street, over Mark Ballas / Derek Hough, Key / Peele, Seth Rogen / James Franco, and Adam Levine / Blake Shelton. 

The Winner of the Super Superhero award went to Kellan Lutz from The Legend of Hercules, Amy Schumer won the Cuz You’re Funny Award, and Bella Thorne won the You’re So Fancy Award. 

Other winners include Pablo Schreiber for the We Love to Hate You award, The Fault in Our Stars for the Favorite Flick Award, Orange is the New Black for the Most Bingeworthy TV Show, and The Fault in Our Stars for the Best Cast Chemistry. 

All of the winners of the evening fully deserved their awards, and everyone is excited to see what they all will do next in Hollywood.

Congratulations to all of the winners! 

– Olivia Guidera

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