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Young Hollywood showed up and showed off their glamorous fashion sense at the 2011 Teen Choice Awards last night. We've put together a few (okay, more than a few) of our favorite looks. --Angel
Actress Kaley Cuoco was host for the evening, wearing a floor-grazing Rebecca Taylor dress and beachy waves.
Columbiana star Zoe Saldana was smoking hot in tiered metallic Lanvin and Alexander McQueen heels.
The always stylish Rachel Bilson paired a sweet Chloe frock with super-edgy Brian Atwood studded booties.
Whether or not you're a Bieleber, you've got to admit, Justin's bow tie and flower were cool complements to the edgy leather vest.
Crazy Stupid Love actress Emma Stone sported a colorblock Christian Dior number as she picked up an award for her role in Easy A.
Robert Pattinson accepted his award in Dolce & Gabbana.
Gossip Girl star Blake Lively was stunning in an orange, leather Gucci dress and leopard-print Louboutins.
Pretty Little Liars actress Ashley Benson chose a patterned, black and gold Alice + Olivia frock for the big event.
Fellow Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell was styled by Brad Goreski in a DKNY button-front shirt and the label's sequined skirt.
Lucy Hale of Pretty Little Liars was also there, in a dazzling nude and black mini dress.
Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev looked sweet in a gingham D&G dress.
Selena Gomez accepted awards and performed in a champagne-hued mini frock by Erin Fetherston.
Kellan Lutz played it cool, pairing his buttoned sweater and tie with jeans and boots. Guys, take note--this is a great look for Homecoming!
Lutz's Twilight co-star Nikki Reed chose a printed Etro halter for the evening.
Taylor Swift was a winner in white, wearing a retro-inspired Rafael Cennamo halter dress.
The New Girl star Zooey Deschanel was adorable as always in a 50s nude and black Miu Miu frock and scarlet lips.
Joe Jonas rocked a polished-casual look, pairing a Z Zegna jacket and pants with a V-neck tee and sneakers.
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