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Second Wave of 2011 Teen Choice Awards Nominees

July 19, 2011 (4:51 pm) GMT
'Harry Potter', 'Pretty Little Liars' and Katy Perry become part of the 15 newly-announced categories which are focused on summer releases.
Second Wave of 2011 Teen Choice Awards Nominees

Teen Choice Awards have announced the second wave nominees for this year's event. The latest installments of "Harry Potter" and "Transformers" take multiple nods in the movie category while "" and "" dominate the TV field. Meanwhile, singers , and receive double nominations each.

The first wave of nominations, which was announced last month, has included 66 categories. This time, nominations are focused on "Choice Summer" in order to include some big movies like "Harry Potter" which has just arrived in theaters. In addition to Choice Summer, the second wave includes Choice Web Star which nominates "Friday" singer among others.

Fans ages 13-19 can vote once each day, per category, for all of their favorite Teen Choice 2011 nominees at TeenChoiceAwards.com. Voting concludes Friday, August 5.

The second wave of nominees:

MOVIES

Choice Summer Movie

Choice Summer Movie Star: Male Choice Summer Movie Star: Female Choice Movie Breakout: Female Choice Movie Breakout: Male TELEVISION

Choice Summer TV Show Choice Summer TV Star: Female Choice Summer TV Star: Male Choice TV: Breakout Show Choice TV: Breakout Star MUSIC

Choice Summer Song Choice Summer Music Star: Female Choice Summer Music Star: Male Choice Music: Breakout Artist OTHER

Choice Web Star

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