The Teen Choice Awards are an annual awards show, set against the back-drop of Hollywood. This year’s star-studded event had a real mix of attendees, including household music names such as Little Mix and Rita Ora, as well as the arrival of the legendary pop icon Britney Spears. Oh yes, she’s back.
It was an evening of daring cut-outs, figure-hugging bodycon dresses and a lot of skin.
Bella Thorne wowed in a slinky summer mini dress, complete with orange embellishments that really complimented her luscious copper-toned hair.
Glee star Lea Michelle also went for a short frock, but she opted for a full skater skirt in a gorgeous prom dress shape.
Sarah Hyland showed off her incredible pins in a pretty yellow two-piece, which she teamed with barely-there strappy sandals and a cute clutch.
Britney Spears proved that she can still make a show-stopping entrance, strutting onto the red carpet in a flattering embroidered high-low dress. The star showed off her incredible curves, by pairing a plunging neckline with her bronzed pins.
And that wasn’t all. Brit debuted an edgy new hairdo, rocking My Little Pony-style pastel rainbow hair. Not many could nail it. But, she’s Britney.
Rita Ora was also getting in on the hair transformation action. Showcasing a subtle pink dip dye, the newest X Factor judge proved her style credentials in a suave red trouser suit. Cheryl would be proud, Rita.
Nina Dobrev was also dazzling in bodycon camp, as she showed off her athletic bod’ in a dazzling sequin number.
By Laura Jane Turner
After winning an award for best actress in sci-fi, Nina Dobrev took the opportunity to share her feelings surrounding her departure of the hit TV show, Vampire Diaries.
Hitting the stage with a pair of vampire fangs, the star started her speech with them in, before whipping them out to say: "That's right! I don't need these anymore…"
"The last few months have been a big change for me," her speech began.
"Change. It's a scary word, or I used to think that, because it meant new beginnings. New beginnings with a future that was unknown."
"But change is necessary," Dobrev continued. "Necessary for you to grow up and learn and to better yourself, because everything in life comes to an end. As this chapter of my life comes to an end, I look back at it with a grateful heart, and I smile, because just like my character Elena, I started the show as a young girl, and together we grew up. We've grown up and over the last six years we've become women."