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-- (INTERNET WIRE) -- 08/10/99 -- The following artists were honored tonight at the BARKER HANGER in Los Angeles at the 1999 TEEN CHOICE AWARDS, which will air Thursday, Aug. 12 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX:

Freddie Prinze, Jr. - Choice Actor - Film

Jennifer Love Hewitt - Choice Actress - Film

Cruel Intentions - Choice Drama - Film

Rachael Leigh Cook and Freddie Prinze, Jr. - Sexiest Love Scene - Film She's All That

Sandra Bullock - Best Hissy Fit - Film Forces of Nature

Sarah Michelle Gellar - Choice Actress - Television Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Dawson's Creek - Choice Drama - Television

Brandy - Choice Female Artist - Music

TLC - Choice Group - Music

98 Degrees - Breakout Artist/Group - Music

"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" - Love Song Of The Year Aerosmith

"Baby One More Time" - Single Of The Year Britney Spears

" N Sync" - Album Of The Year N SYNC

Kobe Bryant - Choice Male Athlete

Tara Lipinski - Choice Female Athlete

Stone Cold Steve Austin - Choice Pro Wrestler

Tyra Banks - Choice Model

Freddie Prinze, Jr. - Male Hottie Of The Year

Jennifer Love Hewitt - Female Hottie Of The Year

"Big Daddy" - Movie Of The Summer

"If You Had My Love" by Jennifer Lopez - Song Of The Summer

The following awards were non-televised:

"All I Have To Give" - Music Video Of The Year Backstreet Boys

James Van Der Beek - Breakout Performance - Film Varsity Blues

There's Something About Mary - Choice Comedy - Film

There's Something About Mary - Most Disgusting Scene - Film

There's Something About Mary - Funniest Scene - Film

Friends - Choice Comedy - Television

Joshua Jackson - Choice Actor - Television Dawson's Creek

Keri Russell - Breakout Performance - Television Felicity

Ricky Martin - Choice Male Artist - Music

"My Name Is..." - Rap Track Of The Year Eminem

City of Angels - Soundtrack Of The Year

Shaun Palmer - Extreme Male Athlete Of The Year

Jennie Waara - Extreme Female Athlete Of The Year

THE 1999 TEEN CHOICE AWARDS will be executive produced by Bob Bain and Mike Burg. Paul Flattery and Michael Levitt are producers. Morris Abraham is the director.

For 55 years Seventeen has been the unparalleled voice for teenagers and young adults on everything from fashion to beauty to relationships and entertainment. With a circulation of more than 2.4 million, and a readership of more than 14 million, Seventeen currently reaches one out of every two teenage girls in America and more than two million teenage guys each month.

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