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Teen Choice Awards 2014: Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift Lead Music Nominees

June 18, 2014 (2:00 am) GMT
Timberlake is nominated for Choice Male Artist and Choice R'n'B/Hip-Hop Artist, while Swift will compete against fellow nominees in Choice Female Artist and Choice Female Country categories.
Teen Choice Awards 2014: Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift Lead Music Nominees

The first wave of nominees for the 2014 Teen Choice Awards has been announced. In music field, pop/R&B singer and country superstar lead the pack with two nods each.

Timberlake is nominated for Choice Male Artist award alongside , , , and . He's also set to compete against , , and for Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Artist.

Meanwhile, Swift is pitted against BFF and the likes of , , and in Choice Female Artist category. The "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" hitmaker, along with , , and , is also vying for the Choice Female Country Artist title.

More nominees are included in the list below and fans aged 13-19 can vote for their favorites at Teen Choice Awards' official website. Winners in all fields incuding music, TV, movie and others will be revealed at a ceremony that's airing on Fox on August 10. More nominees as well as host, presenters and performers are expected to be announced soon.

2014 Teen Choice Awards Music Nominees
Choice Male Artist

Choice Female Artist Choice Music Group Choice Electronic Dance Music (EDM) Artist Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Choice Rock Group Choice Male Country Artist Choice Female Country Artist Choice Country Group

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