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2005 Teen Choice Awards

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Hosts Hilary Duff and Rob Schneider

Take note: "The Notebook" is what today's youngsters are looking for in a movie. The gooey love story, based on the Nicholas Sparks novel by the same name, swept the 2005 Teen Choice Awards on August 14, racking up eight surfboards in all. The awards ceremony was hosted by Rob Schneider and Hilary Duff and will be broadcast Tuesday, August 16 on Fox.

Stars Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams took home Best Actor and Actress honors in the big-screen drama category and also captured prizes for Best Chemistry, Best Liplock and Best Love Scene for their passionate rain-drenched smooch. Gosling also won Best Male Breakout Performance. "The Notebook" was further honored as Best Date flick and Best Drama.

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Ashton Kutcher surfed home with

three 2005 Teen Choice awards.

"Napoleon Dynamite" was another big winner, earning four awards in all, including Best Comedy, Best Female Breakout Performance for Haylie Duff, and Best Hissy Fit and Best Dance for star Jon Heder. "Punk'd" purveyor Ashton Kutcher scored three surfboards, including Best Actor in a Television Comedy for "That '70s Show," bringing his all-time Teen Choice haul to a record 11 awards.

"The O.C.'s" Adam Brody and Rachel Bilson won Best Actor and Actress in the television drama category, as well as Best Chemistry, while the show won Best Drama. "Gilmore Girls" was named Best Comedy and Alexis Bledel won Best Actress in a Comedy, while Lauren Graham won Best Parental Unit.

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'American Idol's' Kelly Clarkson sang

her way to four Teen Choice Awards.

In the music category, Kelly Clarkson surfed home with four awards, winning Best Album for "Breakaway," Best Female Artist, Best Single for "Since U Been Gone" and Best Summer Song for "Behind Those Hazel Eyes." Eminem, Gwen Stefani, Jesse McCartney and Mariah Carey all racked up two awards apiece.

Elsewhere, Paris Hilton took the award for Best Scream in "House of Wax," while Jennifer Coolidge took the prize for Best Sleazebag in "A Cinderella Story." Funnyman favorite Adam Sandler was named Best Comedian. Sponsored by Teen People magazine, The Teen Choice Awards honor the hottest teen icons in film, television, music, fashion and sports.

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Part One - Movies

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2005 Teen Choice Award Winners:

Movies

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Heartthrobs Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams

in 'The Notebook' swept the Teen Choice Awards.

Teen Choice Date Movie

"The Notebook"

Teen Choice Onscreen Liplock

Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams

"The Notebook"

Teen Choice Onscreen Love Scene

Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams

"The Notebook"

Teen Choice Drama Movie

"The Notebook"

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'The Notebook'

Teen Choice Drama Movie Actress

Rachel McAdams

"The Notebook"

Teen Choice Drama Movie Actor

Ryan Gosling

"The Notebook"

Teen Choice Comedy Movie

"Napoleon Dynamite"

Teen Choice Comedy Movie Actor

Will Smith

"Hitch"

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Sandra Bullock

Teen Choice Comedy Movie Actress

Sandra Bullock

"Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Dangerous"

Teen Choice Female Breakout Movie Actress

Haylie Duff

"Napoleon Dynamite"

Teen Choice Male Breakout Movie Actor

Ryan Gosling

"The Notebook"

Teen Choice Action/Adventure Movie

"Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith"

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith'

Teen Choice Action/Adventure/Thriller Movie Actress

Angelina Jolie

"Mr. & Mrs. Smith"

Teen Choice Action/Thriller Movie Actor

Chad Michael Murray

"House of Wax"

Teen Choice Movie Rumble

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

"Mr. & Mrs. Smith"

Teen Choice Movie Liar

Angelina Jolie

"Mr. & Mrs. Smith"

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Jim Carrey accepts his surfboard for Best Onscreen Bad Guy and then surfs his Teen Choice

Award down the stairs to the delight of the audience.

Teen Choice Onscreen Bad Guy

Jim Carrey

"Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events"

Teen Choice Onscreen Chemistry

Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams

"The Notebook"

Teen Choice Onscreen Blush Scene

Hilary Duff

"A Cinderella Story"

Teen Choice Onscreen Dance

Jon Heder

"Napoleon Dynamite"

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Jon Heder in 'Napoleon Dynamite'

Teen Choice Onscreen Hissy Fit

Jon Heder

"Napoleon Dynamite"

Teen Choice Onscreen Sleazebag

Jennifer Coolidge

"A Cinderella Story"

Teen Choice Rap Artist in a Movie

Nelly

"The Longest Yard"

Teen Choice Onscreen Rockstar Moment

Ashton Kutcher

"A Lot Like Love"

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'Shrek 2'

Teen Choice Animated/Computer-Generated Movie

"Shrek 2"

Teen Choice Movie Scary Scene

"The Amityville Horror"

Teen Choice Oscreen Scream

Paris Hilton

"House of Wax"

Teen Choice Movie Thriller

"House of Wax"

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Part Two - Television

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2005 Teen Choice Award Winners:

Television

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'The O.C.'s' Adam Brody

Teen Choice TV Drama Actor

Adam Brody

"The O.C."

Teen Choice TV Drama Actress

Rachel Bilson

"The O.C."

Teen Choice TV Comedy Actor

Ashton Kutcher

"That '70s Show"

Teen Choice TV Comedy Actress

Alexis Bledel

"Gilmore Girls"

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'Desperate Housewives' Eva Longoria

won for TV Female Breakout Actress.

Teen Choice TV Female Breakout Actress

Eva Longoria

"Desperate Housewives"

Teen Choice TV Male Breakout Actor

Jesse Metcalfe

"Desperate Housewives"

Teen Choice TV Breakout Show

"Desperate Housewives"

Teen Choice TV Chemistry

Adam Brody and Rachel Bilson

"The O.C."

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Lauren Graham

Teen Choice TV Parental Unit

Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore

"Gilmore Girls"

Teen Choice TV Female Personality

Jessica Simpson

"Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica"

Teen Choice TV Male Personality

Ashton Kutcher

"Punk'd"

Teen Choice TV Reality/Variety Female Star

Carrie Underwood

"American Idol"

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'American Idols' Bo Bice and Carrie Underwood

Teen Choice TV Reality/Variety Male Star

Bo Bice

"American Idol"

Teen Choice TV Sidekick

Wilmer Valderrama

"That '70s Show"

Teen Choice TV Comedy Program

"Gilmore Girls"

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'The O.C.'

Teen Choice TV Drama Program

"The O.C."

Teen Choice TV Reality Program

"American Idol"

Teen Choice TV Cast

"Desperate Housewives"

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Part Three - Music

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2005 Teen Choice Award Winners:

Music

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Gwen Stefani

Teen Choice Female Musical Breakout Artist

Gwen Stefani

Teen Choice Male Musical Breakout Artist

Jesse McCartney

Teen Choice Musical Collaboration

Gwen Stefani featuring Eve

"Rich Girl"

Teen Choice Album

Kelly Clarkson

"Breakaway"

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Kelly Clarkson

Teen Choice Female Artist

Kelly Clarkson

Teen Choice Male Musical Artist

Jesse McCartney

Teen Choice Single

Kelly Clarkson

"Since U Been Gone"

Teen Choice Musical Party Starter

Black Eyed Peas

"Don't Phunk With My Heart"

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Eminem

Teen Choice Rap Artist

Eminem

Teen Choice Rap Track

Eminem

"Mockingbird"

Teen Choice R&B Hip-Hop Track

Ciara

"1 - 2 Step"

Teen Choice R&B Artist

Mariah Carey

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Mariah Carey

Teen Choice Love Song

Mariah Carey

"We Belong Together"

Teen Choice Make-out Song

Ciara featuring Ludacris

"Oh"

Teen Choice Rock Group

Simple Plan

Teen Choice Music Rock Track

Green Day

"Boulevard of Broken Dreams"

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Part Four - Additional Awards

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2005 Teen Choice Award Winners:

Additional Awards

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Chad Michael Murray and Rachel Bilson

won Teen Choice Male and Female Hottie.

Teen Choice Female Hottie

Rachel Bilson

Teen Choice Male Hottie

Chad Michael Murray

Teen Choice Comedian

Adam Sandler

Teen Choice Crossover Artist

Jesse McCartney

Crossover from Television to Music

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Alexis Bledel

Teen Choice It Girl

Alexis Bledel

Teen Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon Female

Jessica Simpson

Teen Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon Male

Brad Pitt

Teen Choice Video Game

"Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas"

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Soccer's Mia Hamm

Teen Choice Female Athlete

Mia Hamm - Soccer

Teen Choice Male Athlete

Michael Phelps - Swimming

Teen Choice Xtreme Female Athlete

Layne Beachley - Surfing

Teen Choice Xtreme Male Athlete

Dave Mirra - BMX

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'DeGrassi: The Next Generation'

Teen Choice Summer Series

"DeGrassi: The Next Generation Season 5"

Teen Choice Summer Song

Kelly Clarkson

"Behind Those Hazel Eyes"

Teen Choice Summer Movie

"Wedding Crashers"

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Style Director Susan Kaufman Reveals

Annual List of Fashion's Biggest Stars

by Serena Kappes

Sexiest Red Carpet Moment ~ Angelina Jolie

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Angelina Jolie turned heads when she showed up to the

Hollywood premiere of 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith' in a sultry Versace

leather gown. 'Who else could wear black leather head to

toe and look sexy and not trashy?' says Kaufman.

Best Accessories ~ Beyonce

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'Beyonce plays up her diva-ness with her accessories,'

says Kaufman. With a head-scarf, chandelier earrings and

her favorite Bracher Emden multicolored bag, the Destiny's

Child singer rocks a boho-chic look in New York City (left).

And at MTV's Video Music Awards she pairs a Dolce &

Gabbana dress with oversized Lorraine Schwartz donut

earrings and chunky bangles. 'And she doesn't look

overdone,' says Kaufman.

Best Pregnancy Style ~ Heidi Klum

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Supermodel Heidi Klum embraced the beauty of maternity.

'She's not afraid to show her shape,' says Kaufman.

Whether in New York City in an empire-waisted top and

jeans (left) or in a slinky Donna Karan gown at the CFDA

Fashion Awards (right), Klum 'exults in her pregnancy.'

Singular Sense of Style (Male) ~ Johnny Depp

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Forget designers of the moment

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Most Improved Male ~ Jack Osbourne

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'Talk about extreme makeovers

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Worst-Dressed Couple ~ Paris and Paris

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'Paris and Paris reached the level of almost being cartoon

characters,' says Kaufman of Paris Hilton and fianc

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Pen Mighty for Quills Winners

by Steven Zeitchik

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Jon Stewart's 'America (The Book)'

Jon Stewart and J.K. Rowling drew wins at the inaugural Quill Awards on Tuesday, October 11.

Rowling's "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" took both Book of the Year and Children's Chapter Book at the kudofest sponsored and organized by Variety parent, Reed Elsevier and NBC U Television. Stewart and his 'Daily Show' writing team also won two awards, with their "America (The Book): A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction" taking trophies for audiobook and humor title.

Notable victors in the nearly 20 categories included Bob Dylan, who won for Biography/Memoir for his memoir, "Chronicles: Volume One." Sue Monk Kidd won in the category of General Fiction for "The Mermaid Chair." Debut Author kudos went to Elizabeth Kostova for her hefty tome about vampires, "The Historian."

To add a little high profile to the event, the ceremony featured appearances by Jon Stewart and Comedian Robert Klein. The event was emceed by Newsman Brian Williams. The ceremony will get limited airing on October 22 on 14 NBC owned-and-operated stations. Al Roker is producing through his company, Al Roker Prods., which is also producing a pilot for NBC that Roker will write and executive produce.

Booksellers and librarians created a shortlist of Quills titles from a pool of critically acclaimed books. The public voted on winners. Awards are also sponsored by the Quills Literacy Foundation, which will advance the cause of literacy. "We are pleased that we have engaged the American reader in the voting process for a significant book award," Quill Awards chief Gerry Byrne said. "We look forward to growing the Quills in the years to come."

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The Quill Awards are a consumer-driven celebration of the written word created to inspire reading while promoting literacy.

The goals of The Quills are to:

  • Celebrate Excellence in Writing and Publishing

  • Recognize and praise the creators of important books and great literature

  • Interest more consumers in acquiring books and reading

  • Act as a bellwether for literacy initiatives
The winners of the 2005 Quill Book Awards are:

Book of the Year

Presented by Brian Williams

"Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince"

Author: J.K. Rowling

Illustrator: Mary GrandPr

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Inaugural Quill Award Winners Announced

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Quill Awards Host NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams

NEW YORK, New York - Reed Business Information (RBI) and the NBC Universal Television Stations have announced the winners of the first Quill Awards, a new reader's choice book award that honors excellence in book publishing. The first Quill Awards were named on Tuesday, October 11 during a star-studded ceremony at Pier Sixty in New York City.

The inaugural event was hosted by NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams with special appearances by Jon Stewart and Robert Klein. Celebrity presenters included Kim Cattrall, Candace Bushnell, Erica Jong, Dave Barry, Annie Parisse, Matthew Modine, Nick Hornby, Anthony Rapp, Stephen J. Cannell, Jules Feiffer and Elmo, among others.

Chosen by readers across the country and announced by Master of Ceremonies Brian Williams, the Quills Book of the Year was awarded to "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" by J.K. Rowling, illustrated by Mary GrandPr

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'Housewives' Drama at People's Choice

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Seriously, the people insist 'Desperate Housewives' remain once

again in the Favorite TV Drama category.

"Desperate Housewives" is a drama--the people insist. For the second year running, the campy ABC soap has earned a People's Choice nomination in a category reserved for grownup talk. This time around, the fashionable 'Housewives' will go up against CBS' gruesome "CSI" and NBC's brutal "Law & Order: SVU" for honors as Favorite TV Drama.

Overall, Angelina Jolie nabbed the most nominations, three, as the field for the 32nd Annual People's Choice Awards was announced Thursday, November 10 in Hollywood, California. Regularly tabbed in the tabloids as the woman who pushed Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston's marriage off a cliff, Jolie remains in high regard among the People's Choice public (a sampling of men and women aged 18-54, whose likes determined the nominations).

Jolie is among the top three finalists for Favorite Female Movie Star, Favorite Female Action Star and Favorite On-Screen Match-Up, a nomination shared with Pitt for the movie, "Mr. and Mrs. Smith." Pitt also was nominated for Favorite Leading Man. Aniston, who didn't launch any new product during the survey period, wasn't nominated for anything.

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Angelina Jolie proved to be a triple threat by garnering three

nominations including one for her on-screen partnership with

Brad Pitt in the hit movie, 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith.'

Meanwhile, back on Wisteria Lane, the rivalries can become more entrenched now that Teri Hatcher, and only Teri Hatcher, has been nominated among the residents. Hatcher, who lost out on Emmy night to costar Felicity Huffman, must merely dispatch with Jennifer Garner of ABC's dying "Alias" and Jennifer Love Hewitt of CBS' sapling, "Ghost Whisperer" to claim her trophy as Favorite Female TV Star.

At the Emmys and the Golden Globes, Hatcher and the 'Housewives' company competed in the comedy categories, where ABC thought the show matched up better. It was not known how or why the drama queens ended up in the drama race at the People's Choice Awards, but the classification was not without precedent. Last year, the show was honored as Favorite New TV Drama.

To be sure, the Favorite TV Comedy race is not the power category at the coming People's Choice Awards. Underscoring the broadcast networks' inability to mount many recent sitcom hits, the three nominated shows are either dead (CBS' late Everybody Loves Raymond), old (Fox's That '70s Show, eight seasons and running) or really, really old (Fox's The Simpsons, 17 seasons and running).

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Apparently not 'Everybody Hates Chris' because the show earned

a nomination in the New TV Comedy category.

Help for the genre may be on the way in the form of the nominees of the Favorite New TV Comedy race: UPN's "Everybody Hates Chris"; CBS' "How I Met Your Mother"; and, NBC's "My Name Is Earl." Then again, "Joey" didn't exactly usher in a golden sitcom era after it was the people's pick in this race last season.

Up for Favorite New TV Drama: ABC's "Commander in Chief," the fall's most-watched new show; CBS' surging "Criminal Minds"; and, Fox's "Prison Break" Categories falling out of favor with show producers were two music ones, Favorite Remake and Favorite Combined Forces (a cute name for a duet or trio). Both were in play at last year's show.

Not making the cut in any category: Anything or anyone on the WB; ABC's breakout hits, "Lost" and "Grey's Anatomy"; Julia Roberts, who laid low in 2005 after winning Favorite Female Movie Star in January; and, Tom Cruise, who self-immolated after scoring a Favorite Male Movie Star nomination last year.

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'Commander in Chief' hopes people will go the polls to vote for

their show in the New TV Drama category.

Winners will be determined by Internet voting at www.pcavote.com. The virtual polls are currently open. The results will be announced in a CBS telecast on January 10--a Tuesday, the better to avoid a Sunday confrontation with "Desperate Housewives." "The Late Late Show's" Craig Ferguson will host the telecast.

On November 28, eight more categories will be added to the online ballot. Other categories include: Favorite Movie Family, Favorite Movie Comedy, Favorite Movie Drama and Favorite Movie. Special advertiser sponsored categories include: Crest Whitestrips Fans Favorite Smile, Nice 'n Easy Fans Favorite Hair and Olay Total Effects Fans Favorite Look.

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Film

Favorite Movie
"Batman Begins"
"Hitch"

"Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith"

Favorite Movie Comedy
"Hitch"
"The Longest Yard"

"Wedding Crashers"

Favorite Movie Drama
"Batman Begins"
"Coach Carter"

"Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith"

Favorite Family Movie
"Charlie and The Chocolate Factory"
"Chicken Little"
"Madagascar"


Favorite Female Movie Star
Sandra Bullock ~ "Crash"
Angelina Jolie ~ "Mr. & Mrs. Smith"
Nicole Kidman ~ "Bewitched"


Favorite Male Movie Star
Nicolas Cage ~ "The Weather Man"
Johnny Depp ~ "Charlie and The Chocolate Factory"
Samuel L. Jackson ~ "Coach Carter"

Favorite Leading Lady
Cameron Diaz ~ "In Her Shoes"
Reese Witherspoon ~ "Walk The Line"
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The 'Force' Strong at People's Choice

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Revenge is sweet for 'Star Wars: Episode III Revenge

of the Sith' winning two People's Choice Awards

The force was with "Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith," which was named Favorite Movie and Favorite Movie Drama at Tuesday night's 32nd annual People's Choice Awards. Talk show Host Ellen DeGeneres and TV Star Jennifer Garner also won multiple awards.

Garner, of TV's "Alias" and the action movie, "Elektra," got the nod for Female Action Star and Female TV Star. DeGeneres was honored as Favorite Daytime Talk Show Host and Funny Female Star, the same awards she took home last year.

Johnny Depp again was named Favorite Male Movie Star, although Sandra Bullock took female honors over Angelina Jolie and Nicole Kidman. Last year's winner, Julia Roberts, wasn't in the running. Brad Pitt returned as Favorite Leading Man.

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The cast of 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' are all smiles as they

pose with their People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Drama

On TV, the favorites included "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "American Idol" and "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" all repeats. "My Name is Earl" was named Favorite New TV Comedy and "Prison Break" won for Favorite New TV Drama after votes cast over the Internet during the live telecast were counted.

The People's Choice Awards were presented at the Shrine Auditorium and broadcast live on CBS. The nominations were determined by editors at Entertainment Weekly, the People's Choice production team and a panel of pop culture fans. Winners were determined by Internet voting. The complete list of favorites is below:

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Movies

Favorite Female Movie Star

Sandra Bullock

Favorite Male Movie Star

Johnny Depp

Favorite Leading Lady

Reese Witherspoon

Favorite Leading Man

Brad Pitt

Favorite Female Action Star

Jennifer Garner

Favorite Male Action Star

Matthew McConaughey

Favorite On-Screen Matchup

Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson

"Wedding Crashers"

Favorite Movie Comedy

"Wedding Crashers"

Favorite Movie Drama

"Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith"

Favorite Family Movie

"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"

Favorite Movie

"Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith"

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Music

Favorite Female Performer

Kelly Clarkson

Favorite Male Performer

Tim McGraw

Favorite Group

Green Day

Favorite Tour

U2

Favorite Song From a Movie

"These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"

performed by Jessica Simpson

"The Dukes of Hazzard"

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Television

Favorite New TV Comedy

"My Name is Earl"

Favorite New TV Drama

"Prison Break"

Favorite TV Comedy

"Everybody Loves Raymond"

Favorite TV Drama

"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"

Favorite Reality Show, Competition

"American Idol"

Favorite Reality Show, Other

"Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"

Favorite Late Night Talk Show Host

Jay Leno

Favorite Daytime Talk Show Host

Ellen DeGeneres

Favorite Female TV Star

Jennifer Garner

Favorite Male TV Star

Ray Romano

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Miscellaneous

Favorite Funny Female Star

Ellen DeGeneres

Favorite Funny Male Star

Adam Sandler

Crest Whitestrips Fans Favorite Smile

Cameron Diaz

Nice 'N Easy Fans Favorite Hair

Faith Hill

Olay Total Effects Fans Favorite Look

Jennifer Aniston

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Brad Paisley Leads ACM Nominations

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Brad Paisley

Brad Paisley led the list of nominees for the 41st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards with six nominations, including top male vocalist of the year. Brooks & Dunn and Sugarland received five nominations each, while Rascal Flatts and Carrie Underwood had four apiece.

Besides top male vocalist, Paisley was nominated for album of the year for "Time Well Wasted," single of the year for "Alcohol" and song of the year, vocal event of the year and video of the year for "When I Get Where I'm Going," his hit duet with Dolly Parton.

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Sugarland

First-time nominees Sugarland received nominations for album of the year for "Twice the Speed of Life," top new duo or vocal group and top vocal group of the year. They also were recognized in the single record of the year and song of the year categories for "Baby Girl."

Lead singer Jennifer Nettles received a separate nomination for vocal event of the year for her duet with Bon Jovi, "Who Says You Can't Go Home." Brooks & Dunn were nominated for entertainer of the year, top vocal duo and single of the year, song of the year and video of the year for "Believe."

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Rascal Flatts and Carrie Underwood announced the nominations

for the 41st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards with 'The

Early Show's' Hannah Storm

Rascal Flatts and Carrie Underwood announced the nominations Wednesday, March 8. Members of the Academy of Country Music select the nominees and winners of the ACM awards, which will be broadcast on Tuesday, May 23 from Las Vegas on CBS.

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41st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards Nominations


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Brooks & Dunn

Entertainer of the Year
Brooks & Dunn
Kenny Chesney
Toby Keith
Rascal Flatts
Keith Urban


Top Male Vocalist
Dierks Bentley
Kenny Chesney
Brad Paisley
George Strait
Keith Urban


Top Female Vocalist
Sara Evans
Martina McBride
Carrie Underwood
Gretchen Wilson
Lee Ann Womack


Top Vocal Group
Alabama
Little Big Town
Lonestar
Rascal Flatts
Sugarland


Top Vocal Duo
Big & Rich
Brooks & Dunn
Montgomery Gentry
Van Zant
The Warren Brothers


Top New Male Vocalist
Jason Aldean
Billy Currington
Craig Morgan


Top New Female Vocalist
Miranda Lambert
Julie Roberts
Carrie Underwood


Top New Duo or Vocal Group
Big & Rich
Little Big Town
Sugarland


Vocal Event of the Year
"I Play Chicken With the Train"
Artists: Cowboy Troy and Big & Rich
Producers: Big Kenny, John Rich and Paul Worley
Record Label: Warner Bros. Records / Raybaw

"Like We Never Loved at All"
Artists: Faith Hill With Tim McGraw
Producers: Faith Hill and Dann Huff
Record Label: Warner Bros. Records

"When I Get Where I'm Going"
Artists: Brad Paisley and Dolly Parton
Producers: Chris DuBois and Frank Rogers
Record Label: Arista Nashville

"Who Says You Can't Go Home"
Artists: Bon Jovi With Jennifer Nettles
Producers: Jon Bon Jovi, Dann Huff, Richie Sambora and John Shanks
Record Label: The Island Def Jam Music Group


Song of the Year
"Baby Girl"
Artist: Sugarland
Writers: Kristian Bush, Kristen Hall, Jennifer Nettles, Lisa Simonton, Robert Hartley and Troy Bieser
Publishers: DirkPit Music (BMI), Greatergood Songs (ASCAP), Jennifer Nettles Publishing (ASCAP), Telegrammusic (ASCAP), Drumbum Music (ASCAP), Tremolo Blue (ASCAP), The World Asleep (ASCAP), Simonton Music (ASCAP)

"Believe"
Artists: Brooks & Dunn
Writers: Ronnie Dunn and Craig Wiseman
Publishers: Sony/ATV Tree Publishing Co. (BMI), Showbilly Music (BMI), Big Loud Shirt Industries (ASCAP)

"Jesus, Take the Wheel"
Artist: Carrie Underwood
Writers: Brett James, Hillary Lindsey and Gordon Sampson
Publishers: Sony/ATV Cross Keys Publishing (ASCAP), Onaly Music/Raylene Music (ASCAP), No Such Music (SOCAN), Passing Stranger Music (ASCAP), 1609 Songs (ASCAP), Music of Windswept (ASCAP)

"Skin (Sarabeth)"
Artists: Rascal Flatts
Writers: Doug Johnson and Joe Henry
Publishers: Cool Hand Music 2004 (ASCAP), Mike Curb Music/Sweet Radical Music (BMI), Administered by Mike Curb Music c/o Karen Schauben Publishing Administration

"When I Get Where I'm Going"
Artists: Brad Paisley and Dolly Parton
Writers: Rivers Rutherford and George Teren
Publishers: Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), Memphersfield Music (ASCAP), House of Full Circle Music Publishing (BMI)


Single Record of the Year
"Alcohol"
Artist: Brad Paisley
Producers: Chris DuBois and Frank Rogers
Record Label: Arista Nashville

"Baby Girl"
Artist: Sugarland
Producer: Garth Fundis
Record Label: Mercury Records

"Believe"
Artists: Brooks & Dunn
Producers: Tony Brown, Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn
Record Label: Arista Nashville

"Best I Ever Had"
Artist: Gary Allan
Producers: Gary Allan and Mark Wright
Record Label: MCA Nashville

"Jesus, Take the Wheel"
Artist: Carrie Underwood
Producer: Mark Bright
Record Label: Arista


Album of the Year
"Feels Like Today"
Artists: Rascal Flatts
Producers: Mark Bright, Rascal Flatts and Marty Williams
Record Label: Lyric Street Records

"There's More Where That Came From"
Artist: Lee Ann Womack
Producers: Greg Droman and Byron Gallimore
Record Label: MCA Nashville

"Time Well Wasted"
Artist: Brad Paisley
Producers: Chris DuBois and Frank Rogers
Record Label: Arista Nashville

"Tough All Over"
Artist: Gary Allan
Producers: Gary Allan and Mark Wright
Record Label: MCA Nashville

"Twice the Speed of Life"
Artist: Sugarland
Producer: Garth Fundis
Record Label: Mercury Records


Video of the Year
"As Good as I Once Was"
Artist: Toby Keith
Producer: Mark Kalbfeld
Director: Michael Salomon

"Believe"
Artists: Brooks & Dunn
Producer: Steve Lamar
Directors: Robert Deaton and George Flanigen

"I May Hate Myself in the Morning"
Artist: Lee Ann Womack
Producer: Ivy Dane
Director: Trey Fanjoy

"Kerosene"
Artist: Miranda Lambert
Producer: Holly Millar
Director: Trey Fanjoy

"When I Get Where I'm Going"
Artists: Brad Paisley and Dolly Parton
Producers: Mark Kalbfeld and Peter Tilden
Director: Jim Shea


Producer of the Year
Mark Bright
Buddy Cannon
Byron Gallimore
Dann Huff
Frank Rogers


Audio Engineer of the Year
Chuck Ainlay
Julian King
Steve Marcantonio
Justin Niebank
Gary Paczoza


Top Bass Player of the Year
Mike Brignardello
David Hungate
Larry Paxton
Michael Rhodes
Jimmy Lee Sloas


Top Percussionist/Drummer of the Year
Steve Brewster
Chad Cromwell
Shannon Forrest
Paul Leim
Greg Morrow


Top Fiddle Player of the Year
Glen Duncan
Larry Franklin
Rob Hajacos
Aubrey Haynie
Jonathan Yudkin


Top Guitar Player of the Year
Richard Bennett
Pat Buchanan
Tom Bukovac
J.T. Corenflos
Kenny Greenberg


Top Piano/Keyboards Player of the Year
Jim Brown
Gordon Mote
Michael Omartian
Mike Rojas
Reese Wynans


Top Specialty Instrument(s) Player of the Year
Eric Darken
Jim Hoke
Jim Horn
Rob Ickes
Brian Sutton


Top Steel Guitar Player of the Year
Paul Franklin
Sonny Garrish
John Hughey
Mike Johnson
Russ Pahl


Radio Station of the Year ~ Major Market
KNIX ~ Phoenix, Arizona
KYGO ~ Denver, Colorado
WFMS ~ Indianapolis, Indiana
WPOC ~ Baltimore, Maryland
WUSN ~ Chicago, Illinois


Radio Station of the Year ~ Medium Market
KIZN ~ Boise, Idaho
KTTS ~ Springfield, Missouri
WBBS ~ Syracuse, New York
WGNA ~ Schenectady, New York
WUSY ~ Chattanooga, Tennessee


Radio Station of the Year ~ Small Market
WGSQ ~ Cookville, Tennessee
WIXY ~ Champaign, Illinois
WPAP ~ Panama City, Florida
WTCR ~ Huntington, West Virginia
WYCT ~ Pensacola, Florida


On-Air Personality of the Year ~ National
Jon Anthony ~ Highway 16 (XM Radio)
Blair Garner ~ After MidNite
Lia Knight ~ (Jones Radio Networks)
Darren Tandy ~ Thee Country Station (Superadio Network)
Danny Wright ~ All Night (Jones Radio Network)


On-Air Personality of the Year ~ Major Market
JD Cannon ~ WFMS ~ Indianapolis, Indiana
Jim Denny, Deborah Honeycutt & Kevin Freeman ~ WFMS ~ Indianapolis, Indiana
Lisa Dent ~ WUSN ~ Chicago, Illinois
Gerry House & the House Foundation ~ WSIX ~ Nashville, Tennessee
Kelly, Jonathan & Mudflap ~ KYGO ~ Denver, Colorado


On-Air Personality of the Year ~ Medium Market
Bill Barrett, Tim Fox & Tracy Berry ~ KKNU ~ Eugene, Oregon
Mark Ericson & Danielle Carrier ~ WOKQ ~ Dover, New Hampshire
Gunner ~ WIVK ~ Knoxville, Tennessee
Scott Innes ~ WYNK ~ Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Buzz Jackson ~ KIIM ~ Tuscon, Arizona


On-Air Personality of the Year ~ Small Market
Becky Austin & Brad Austin ~ KLUR ~ Wichita Falls, Texas
Buddy Baron & Allyson Scott ~ WBBN ~ Laurel, Mississippi
Carrie & Uncle ~ KCLR ~ Columbia, Missouri
Marty McFly & Stew James ~ WGSQ ~ Cookville, Tennessee
Scott Schuler & Angie Foster ~ KRKT ~ Albany, Oregon


Venue of the Year
Ameristar Casino ~ Kansas City, Missouri
Casino Rama Resort ~ Orilla, Ontario
Mohegan Sun Casino ~ Uncasville, Connecticut
Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort ~ Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Turning Stone Casino ~ Verona, New York


Nightclub of the Year
8 Seconds ~ Indianapolis, Indiana
Billy Bob's ~ Fort Worth, Texas
Cowboy's ~ Atlanta, Georgia
Coyote's ~ Louisville, Kentucky
Grizzly Rose ~ Denver, Colorado
Joe's Bar ~ Chicago, Illinois


Don Romeo Talent Buyer of the Year
Brad Combs ~ Meridian Entertainment
Gary Osier ~ Gary Osier Presents
Terrye Seigel ~ Terrye Seigel Productions
David Snowden ~ Triangle Talent, Inc.
Suzanne Wilson ~ Wilson Events, Inc.


Promoter of the Year
Ben Farrell ~ Varnell Enterprises
Brad Garrett ~ Police Productions
Gary Marx ~ Game Inc.
Louis Messina ~ The Messina Group
Mike Smardak ~ Outback Concerts of Tenn., Inc.
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Had the chance to meet Brad Paisley years back after his first CD he came to Eglin AFB and gave a free concert for the base... I was spending time with the inlaws .. Took the boys and we watched and after I got to meet him he was a super guy.. Took time to talk to me and the boys and even signed a shirt with a nice personal like mesage for hubby.. Really nice guy...

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