The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II’ was the big winner at last night’s Teen Choice Awards, picking up seven prizes.

The final movie in the popular vampire franchise picked up the Choice Movie accolades in both the Sci-Fi/Fantasy and Romance categories, while its star Kristen Stewart took home Movie Actress in both categories. Her co-star and former boyfriend Robert Pattinson scooped Choice Movie Actor: Romance, while Taylor Lautner picked up the same prize in the Sci-Fi/Fantasy section, while Kellan Lutz took home Choice Movie Scene Stealer from the fan-voted ceremony.

Elsewhere, ‘Pitch Perfect’ picked up three awards - which are handed out in the form of life-sized surf boards - and its star Rebel Wilson drew laughs from the crowd at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles when she accepted her Choice Movie Actress: Comedy prize in an unusual outfit. 

She said: ‘’I’m so happy I won, you guys. Or else I’d be really embarrassed wearing this wetsuit.’’  One Direction - who opened the show with a performance of new single ‘Best Song Ever’ - had a successful night, picking up Choice Music: Group, Choice Love Song for ‘Little Things,’ and Choice Single: Group for ‘Live While We’re Young’. Band member Harry Styles was also voted Choice Male Hottie and Choice Smile.  In the TV category, ‘Pretty Little Liars’ scooped four trophies, as did ‘Glee’ - with the cast paying tribute to late co-star Cory Monteith - while ‘The X Factor’ and ‘The Vampire Diaries’ were both awarded four prizes.

Special honours went to Ultimate Choice Ashton Kutcher - who joked he was picking up the ‘’old guy award’’ - and Acuvue Inspire Award winner Nick Jonas.  Demi Lovato, Paramore and Florida Georgia Line with Nelly all performed at the show, which was hosted by ‘Glee’s Darren Criss and ‘Pretty Little Liars’ actress Lucy Hale.

Teen Choice Awards winners

Choice Movie:    Action:     ‘Iron Man 3’

Choice Movie Actor:    Action:    Robert Downey, Jr., ‘Iron Man 3’

Choice Movie Actress:    Action:    Anne Hathaway, ‘The Dark Knight Rises’

Choice Movie:    Sci-Fi/Fantasy:    ‘The Twilight Saga: Part 2’

Choice Movie Actor:    Sci-Fi/Fantasy:    Taylor Lautner, ‘The Twilight Saga’

Choice Movie Actress:    Sci-Fi/Fantasy:    Kristen Stewart, ‘The Twilight Saga’

Choice Movie:    Drama:    ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’

Choice Movie Actor:    Drama:    Logan Lerman, ‘The Perks of Being’

Choice Movie Actress:    Drama:    Emma Watson, ‘The Perks of Being’

Choice Movie:    Comedy:    ‘Pitch Perfect’

Choice Movie Actor:    Comedy:    Skylar Astin, ‘Pitch Perfect’