Teens, tweens and trendsetters are unleashed at the annual Teen Choice Awards, the official home of summer and the only award show with surfboard trophies. It’s the place where teens, the only people who matter, say what’s hot, what’s cool and what’s over-the-top amazing in music, movies, TV and more. If you’re too cool to be in school, if you’re ready for an action-packed summer vacay, the solution awaits at UCLA’s massive Pauley Pavilion. On August 10th, a very special Sunday, your dreams will be answered. Your wish list will come alive-but only if your parents think that buying 2014 Teen Choice Awards Tickets is the best idea ever. It may still take some convincing. Alternatively, if you have the best-paying summer job in Hollywood, then you can be sure it will happen.
The nominees for the 2014 Teen Choice Awards are too hot to handle. Laugh-out-loud funny, as in “22 Jump Street,” rules the list of contenders with seven nominations. Everyone knows she’s super popular, but the nominations confirm that everyone loves Iggy Azalea’s music and her style. The wide world of teens also loves the adorable golf sensation Lucy Li, who could whip her Dad’s butt on the course any day, and every day.
Who else are today’s awesome, fantabulous teens crazy about? Cameron Diaz, the ladies of “The Other Woman,” Emma Watson, style icon Emma Roberts and any Hemsworth. How about “Divergent?” This dystopian pic earned a ton of accolades among teens, including nominations for Kate Winslet, Theo James and Shailene Woodley. “The Fault in Our Stars” also earned a pile of nominations, one for Shailene (again) and a few more for Nat Wolff and the latest teen heart throb, Ansel Elgort.
Really, there’s too much to talk about. One thing that did grab our attention was Godzilla’s best hissy fit nod. We sincerely hope that he doesn’t win and trample the stage to get that colorful surfboard. Since no one has to sign a waiver, we’d like to advise parents that all award show tickets and Teen Choice ticket packages are totally safe and may actually be good for your children’s happiness quotient. Teen Choice tickets, tickets, tickets. We’ve got them. Plus, a few backstage credentials and passes for the official Teen Choice after-partay. Now you can tell your teens to get cracking on some chores–a whole bunch of chores, preferably.