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Third Wave of 2010 Teen Choice Awards Music Nominees

July 13, 2010 (2:47 am) GMT
B.o.B adds two more nods along with Lady GaGa, Ke$ha and Katy Perry, but it is him and Drake who lead the overall music nominations list with six nods.
Third Wave of 2010 Teen Choice Awards Music Nominees

The third and final wave of this year's Teen Choice Awards nominees has arrived. In music categories, , and get two more nods each along with . They are facing off each other in Choice Summer Song which also lists among the competitors.

GaGa, Ke$ha and Perry additionally compete against one another in Choice Summer Female Star which has and as well. As for B.o.B, this rapper adds another gong in Choice Summer Male Star, battling , , and .

Overall, B.o.B rules music field with combined six nods, tying with Drake. Although the Canadian rapper only receives one nod in this third wave of music nominations, he has got five kudos in the previously-announced nominations, giving him a total of six.

The 12th Annual Teen Choice Awards is going to be aired live on Fox Monday, August 9 at 8:00-10:00 P.M. ET/PT. Katy Perry has been announced to host and perform, while , , , , , , and are set to attend the show.

Also scheduled to take part in this event are "" stars , and , "" actors and , "" hunk and "" actor .

Fans can vote for the winners at TeenChoiceAwards.com.

Choice Summer Music Star: Male

Choice Summer Music Star: Female Choice Summer Music: Song

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