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Recap: The 2014 Young Hollywood Awards

2014 Marked the sixteenth year of  The Young Hollywood Awards which  took places July 27, 2014 as Kelly Osborne hosted the prestigious event live from The Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles. The night opened with an outrageously funny, Orange is the New Black skit which really set the tone for the evening.  Former star of MTV's The Hills, Audrina Pattridge delivered the nomination for "Super" Super Hero Award which went to actor Kellen Lutz , star of The Legend of Hercules.
True Blood star Anna Camp kept the night's momentum going as she presented the award of "Fan Favorite Actor" to Ansel Elgort  star of The Fault In our Stars. The Legend of Hercules actor Kellen Lutz who will also appear in this summer's The Expendables 3, presented the award for "Fan Favorite Actress" to Chloe Grace Moretz.
Danielle Brooks of Orange is the New Black won the night's award for "Break Out Actress". The star credited God  with her success and also thanked HBO "Girls" lead, Lena Dunham for friendship and help transitioning into the industry. The night's many highlights also included a special performance by Trey Songz, who performed selections from his new album "Trigga".Hip Hop diva Iggy Azelea won the award for "Song of the Summer" while Vanessa Hudgins won "Female Artist of the Year".

Singer-Songwriter Colbie Caillat gave a very memorable performance with her single "Try", while pop sensation Kesha gave an award video message that was so entertaining-it rivals most Billboard/MTV awards speeches.
The night was finally complete as Orange is the New Black  took home the "Best Binge-Worthy" TV Show Award, closing out the night. What was your favorite moment of The 2014 Young Hollywood Awards ? Let us know in the comment section below!

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