Teen Choice Awards 2013: 'Glee' and 'Vampire Diaries' Add More in Second Wave of TV Nominations
The second wave of 2013 Teen Choice Awards nominees has been announced with "Glee" leading the pack in TV field. The FOX musical drama, which already earned three nods in the first wave, gets additional five noms.
The show is among nominees for Choice TV Villain (Becca Tobin), Choice TV Male Scene Stealer (Chord Overstreet) and Choice TV Female Scene Stealer (Heather Morris). It gets the other two nods in Choice TV Breakout Star category, putting Melissa Benoist up against Blake Jenner.
With these five additional noms, "Glee" ties "The Vampire Diaries" for the most nominations in total (eight apiece). The CW drama series, which dominates the first wave with five, is fighting off the Ryan Murphy-created show in Choice TV Villain (Joseph Morgan), Choice TV Male Scene Stealer (Steven R. McQueen) and Choice TV Female Scene Stealer (Candice Accola).
"Arrow" and "The Carrie Diaries" get two nods, battling it out for Choice TV Breakout Star (Stephen Amell vs. AnnaSophia Robb) and Choice TV Breakout Show. "Baby Daddy", "The Fosters" and "The Mindy Project" are also up for the latter category.
Also earning more than one nom are "America's Got Talent", "The X Factor (US)", "The Voice" and "Modern Family".
This year's Teen Choice Awards will be held Sunday, August 11 and air live on FOX at 8:00-10:00 P.M. ET. Fans ages 13-19 can vote for the winners at www.teenchoiceawards.com. Demi Lovato, The Wanted, Rebel Wilson, Lily Collins, Liam Hemsworth, Chloe Moretz, Tyler Posey and more are scheduled to attend the ceremony.
Choice TV Villain
- Carly Chaikin, "Suburgatory"
- Joseph Morgan, "The Vampire Diaries"
- Lana Parrilla, "Once Upon a Time"
- Janel Parrish, "Pretty Little Liars"
- Becca Tobin, "Glee"
- Nick Cannon, "America's Got Talent"
- Simon Cowell, "The X Factor (US)"
- Adam Levine, "The Voice"
- Ryan Seacrest, "American Idol"
- Blake Shelton, "The Voice"
- Erin Andrews, FOX Sports
- Cat Deeley, "So You Think You Can Dance"
- Carrie Ann Inaba, "Dancing with the Stars"
- Heidi Klum, "America's Got Talent"
- Demi Lovato, "The X Factor (US)"
- Honey Boo Boo, "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo"
- Danielle Jonas, "Married to Jonas"
- The Kardashians & Jenners, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians"
- Abby Lee Miller, "Dance Moms"
- Tia Mowry & Tamera Mowry, "Tia & Tamera"
- Kevin Jonas, "Married to Jonas"
- Ryan Lochte, "What Would Ryan Lochte Do?"
- Gordon Ramsay, "Hell's Kitchen" and "MasterChef"
- The Robertsons, "Duck Dynasty"
- The Wanted, "The Wanted Life"
- Max Greenfield, "New Girl"
- Steven R. McQueen, "The Vampire Diaries"
- Tahj Mowry, "Baby Daddy"
- Chord Overstreet, "Glee"
- Rico Rodriguez, "Modern Family"
- Candice Accola, "The Vampire Diaries"
- Miley Cyrus, "Two and a Half Men"
- Heather Morris, "Glee"
- Eden Sher, "The Middle"
- Ariel Winter, "Modern Family"
- Stephen Amell, "Arrow"
- Melissa Benoist, "Glee"
- Blake Jenner, "Glee"
- AnnaSophia Robb, "The Carrie Diaries"
- Derek Theler, "Baby Daddy"
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