Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers, Chris Brown, 'Gossip Girl' Win Big At Teen Choice Awards

Show airs Monday night.

Miley Cyrus, the Jonas Brothers and prep-school soap "Gossip Girl" were among the big winners Sunday night during the 10th annual Teen Choice Awards, which were taped at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Hollywood. The show will air Monday night (August 4) on Fox.

Not only did the 15-year-old Cyrus host the awards and perform her hit single "7 Things," she walked away with three surfboard trophies to add to her collection. "Hannah Montana" was picked as Choice TV Show, Comedy, while Cyrus was singled out as Choice TV Actress, Comedy; she was also honored as Choice Music Female Artist.

But Cyrus' big night didn't end there. She, along with friend Mandy Jiroux, teamed up with their M&M Cru, and participated in a dance-off with Adam Sevani and Jon Chu's dance troupe ACDC. Black Eyed Peas diva Fergie, with some help from the audience, decided Cyrus' crew was the clear winner.

(See photos of all your favorite stars on the red carpet here.)

More than 30 million votes were cast before Sunday's ceremony, according to The Associated Press, and it appears many of those votes were cast for the Jonas Brothers. The New Jersey trio walked away with six surfboards, for Choice Music Single, Breakout Group, Music Love Song, Summer Song, Male Hottie and Red Carpet Fashion Icon Male.

Six awards were also doled out to the CW soap "Gossip Girl" and its stars; not only was the show singled out as Choice TV Show Drama and TV Breakout Show, Blake Lively was named Choice TV Actress Drama and TV Breakout Star Female, while Chace Crawford took the TV Breakout Star Male prize. Ed Westwick, who plays antagonistic antihero Chuck Bass, was voted Choice TV Villain.

Meanwhile, "American Idol" won the award for Choice TV Reality Music Competition, while this season's winner and runner-up, David Cook and David Archuleta, also walked away with surfboards: Cook, for Choice TV Male Reality/ Variety Star and Archuleta for Most Fanatic Fans. MTV's "The Hills" was the winner of the Choice TV Celebrity Reality honor, while Lauren Conrad claimed the Choice TV Female Reality/ Variety Star prize.

Chris Brown also cleaned up Sunday night, taking the awards for Choice Hook-Up (for his duet with Jordin Sparks on "No Air"), Music Male Artist, Music R&B Artist and Music R&B Track.