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‘Notebook’ Wins Eight Teen Choice Awards
LOS ANGELES – A story told by an old man proved popular with young people as the multigenerational love story “The Notebook” took eight categories Sunday at the 2005 Teen Choice Awards.
The tear-evoking tale, based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, was the favorite drama and date movie among teens.
The film’s young male lead, Ryan Gosling, won for actor in a drama, and his co-star, Rachel McAdams, won for actress in a drama.
Gosling and McAdams won for best movie chemistry, and their rain-soaked kiss in the film earned awards for best movie liplock and best movie love scene.
Ashton Kutcher took home three of the awards, including favorite TV actor in a comedy. The perennial teen favorite has won 11 of the awards, more than anyone else.
The awards show, hosted by Rob Schneider and Hilary Duff at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, will be broadcast at 8 p.m. EDT Tuesday on Fox.
A complete list of winners of the 2005 Teen Choice Awards:
Actor, Action/Thriller – Chad Michael Murray (“House of Wax”)
Actor, Drama – Ryan Gosling (“The Notebook”)
Actress, Comedy – Sandra Bullock (“Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous”)
Actress, Drama – Rachel McAdams (“The Notebook”)
Bad Guy – Jim Carrey (“Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events”)
Blush Scene – Hilary Duff (“A Cinderella Story”)
Breakout, Female – Haylie Duff (“Napoleon Dynamite”)
Breakout, Male – Ryan Gosling (“The Notebook”)
Chemistry – Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams (“The Notebook”)
Comedy – “Napoleon Dynamite”
Dance – Jon Heder (“Napoleon Dynamite”)
Date Movie – “The Notebook”
Drama – “The Notebook”
Hissy Fit – Jon Heder (“Napoleon Dynamite”)
Liplock – Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams (“The Notebook”)
Love Scene – Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams (“The Notebook”)
Rockstar Moment – Ashton Kutcher (“A Lot Like Love”)
Scream – Paris Hilton (“House of Wax”)
Sleazebag – Jennifer Coolidge (“A Cinderella Story”)
Thriller – “House of Wax”
Actor, Comedy – Ashton Kutcher (That ’70s Show.)
Actor, Drama – Adam Brody (The O.C.)
Actress, Comedy – Alexis Bledel (“Gilmore Girls”)
Actress, Drama – Rachel Bilson (The O.C.)
Breakout, Female – Eva Longoria (“Desperate Housewives”)
Breakout Show – “Desperate Housewives”
Chemistry – Adam Brody & Rachel Bilson (The O.C.)
Parental Unit – Lauren Graham (Lorelai Gilmore “Gilmore Girls”)
Personality, Male – Ashton Kutcher (“Punk’d”)
Sidekick – Wilmer Valderrama (That ’70s Show)
Comedy – “Gilmore Girls”
Drama – The O.C.
Reality – American Idol
Cast – “Desperate Housewives”
Album – Kelly Clarkson (“Breakaway”)
Breakout, Female – Gwen Stefani
Breakout, Male – Jesse McCartney
Collaboration – Gwen Stefani featuring Eve (“Rich Girl”)
Female Artist – Kelly Clarkson
Love Song – Mariah Carey (“We Belong Together”)
Make-out Song – Ciara featuring Ludacris (“Oh”)
Male Artist – Jesse McCartney
Party Starter – Black Eyed Peas (“Don’t Phunk With My Heart”)
Rap Artist – Eminem
Rap Track – Eminem (“Mockingbird”)
R&B Hip-Hop Track – Ciara (“1 – 2 Step”)
R&B Artist – Mariah Carey
Rock Group – Simple Plan
Single – Kelly Clarkson (“Since U Been Gone”)
Additional Awards
Comedian – Adam Sandler
Crossover Artist – Jesse McCartney
Hottie, Female – Rachel Bilson
Hottie, Male – Chad Michael Murray
It Girl – Alexis Bledel