The singer was nominated in eight categories, including choice male artist, choice single by a male artist (“Boyfriend”), choice male fashion icon, choice male hottie, choice twit (for social media use), choice summer song (“All Around the World,” featuring Ludacris), choice love song (“Die in Your Arms”) and choice male summer music star.
The presenter received noms in three categories: choice female hottie, choice music group (with her band, The Scene) and choice single by a group (“Hit the Lights”).
The birthday girl matched the pink carpet, wearing a fit-n-flare Dsquared² Resort 2013 dress.
This girly silhouette has been having quite a moment lately, and Selena pulls off the trend to a T.
Sleek centre-parted hair and smoky eyes add a perfect sultry touch to the birthday girl’s look.
Demi Lovato, who co-hosted the awards show withGlee’s Kevin McHale, is a new judge on Fox’s The X Factor alongside Simon Cowell, Antonio “L.A.” Reid and fellow newcomer Britney Spears.
Carly Rae Jepsen
The “Call Me Maybe” singer was set to perform during the show, where she was nominated for choice summer music star — female, choice breakout artist and choice summer song opposite her mentor, Justin Bieber.
No Doubt — which includes Tom Dumont, Adrian Young, Gwen Stefani and Tony Ashwin Kanal – performed during the show.
Hayden Panettiere will serve as a guest judge on Lifetime’s Project Runway this season.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner
The sisters’ E! show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, was nominated for choice TV reality show.
The CW’s The Vampire Diaries received six nominations — more than any other TV show — including one for Nina Dobrev as choice TV actress — fantasy/sci-fi.
Nina looked gorgeous wearing a J. Mendel dress.
The silk-faille bustier frock stands out on the carpet thanks to its stunning emerald-green colour and sculptural detail on the skirt.
Gold Jimmy Choo ‘Gana’ booties, a Kotur clutch and silver Coomi jewels accessorize the look.
The singer was nominated in multiple categories, including choice female artist, choice female country artist, choice single by a female artist (“Eyes Open”), choice country song (“Sparks Fly”) and choice movie voice (Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax).