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The Best Moments From The Teen Choice Awards 2016!

It’s a wrap!

The 2016 Teen Choice Awards have officially come to an end and we’re pretty bummed that it’s over. From the hilarious skits to the stellar performances to well-deserve winners, we can’t wait until the next ceremony! According to Fox, this year’s show brought in over 37 million votes, amazing! In case you missed out on the summer’s biggest event, don’t sweat it. We’ve got you covered.

Celeb Secrets have compiled a list of the night’s most memorable moments that are sure to keep you up to date on all things “Teen Choice”. Check out the highlights below!

The top 9 contestants of this year’s So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation showed America just what they were made of.

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(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

Victoria Justice and John Cena kept the crowd laughing from start to finish with their 30-second selfie challenge to Victoria and her co-star in the Rocky Horror Picture remake Laverne Cox attacking Cena with spray bottles. There truly was never a dull moment!

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

Jason Derulo gave a smoking hot performance as he sang one of his newest songs “Kiss the Sky” from the upcoming film Stork. We definitely wanted to kiss more than just the sky!

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

Empire actress Serayah was pretty in pink during her debut Teen Choice performance.

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

Justin Timberlake accepted the Teen Choice Decade Award which was bestowed by former Lakers basketball player Kobe Bryant. The singer spoke about the late boxer Muhammad Ali and the importance of diversity during his acceptance speech.

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

Ne-Yo performed his rendition of Marvin Gaye‘s “What’s Going On” while Jessica Alba stood on stage with victims and victims’ families who suffered gun violence from the attacks in San Bernardino, CA and Orlando, FL. She spoke out against gun violence to the crowd and millions watching at home.

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

John Cena dressed as Hilary Clinton, while Victoria Justice dressed as Donald Trump during a hilarious skit. The gender-bending sketch was not only to bring in some laughs, but to encourage the youth of America to vote. Watch the “presidential takeover” here!

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

Flo Rida brought down the house with his performance medley of “My House” and “Zillionaire”.

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

(photo source: Vince Bucci/FOX)

 

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