Monday, August 8, 2011

Where was Miley Cyrus at the Teen Choice Awards?

We spent last night snuggled on our couch watching the Teen Choice Awards on Fox. Some of our favorite folks took home surfboards for their skills, including singer Justin Bieber and songstress Taylor Swift, who won the Ultimate Teen Choice award. Swift, who spent the evening situated next to BFF Selena Gomez (girlfriend of Justin Bieber),  happily accepted the award from good friend Emma Stone, and told teens, "When I was a teenager,  I felt like we were always being stereotyped as being very intense and dramatic and passionate and hopelessly romantic and excitable. Now in retrospect, I think I need to let you know that I think all of those things are amazing things. And to all the teens watching, I hope you never lose those things." Swift's speech was met with applause - but she wasn't the only highlight of the night. Teen singer Demi Lovato, who's had quite the rough year, took to the stage to accept an inspirational award for her new song, "Skyscraper."

Conspicuously missing from the show, however, was teen star Miley Cyrus, who, before Bieber and Gomez came on the scene, was the reigning teen queen. Miley came up in the Disney family with her hit show Hannah Montana, which has since ended. Luckily for Miley, kids and teens alike are still obsessed both with the actress herself and her character. Got a kid who loves Hannah? We've got tons of Hannah Montana costumes. We've also got lots of Hannah props and decorations. Top your costume off with the perfect Hannah wig in blonde! Now, who's ready to rock this party? 

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