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2010 Teen Choice Awards: Sandra Bullock and Betty White's Hip-Hop Dance-Off

August 9, 2010 (8:17 am) GMT
People attending the Katy Perry-hosted event were entertained with Sandra Bullock and Betty White's duet performance as they danced to Lil Jon's 'Get Low'.
2010 Teen Choice Awards: Sandra Bullock and Betty White's Hip-Hop Dance-Off

thrilled fans at the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday, August 8 after she was joined onstage by for a hip-hop dance-off. The actress received the surfboard-shaped Choice Movie Actress in a Drama trophy for her role in "" and was determined to do something different for her acceptance speech at the Los Angeles ceremony.

She told the crowd, "I don't know if you should bring attention to this. Some things are better left unsaid. It's been a while since I was a teen. I'm so blessed and lucky. The Blind Side - I got to meet so many good people, so many good lessons I took away from it."

She then invited her "" co-star White onstage, joking: "I was worried about her fitting in but that's not the problem. The problem is she was supposed to jump in on my line, so Betty get your a** out on this stage!"

The pair then danced to rap star 's club anthem, "Get Low". The event, which was hosted by pop star Katy Perry, also saw , "" star , and the cast of TV hit "" take home prizes.

Perry sang her latest single "Teenage Dream" to open the show, which also featured performances from her ex-boyfriend and .



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