Justin Timberlake gives motivational speech at Teen Choice Awards

Ne-Yo sang "What's Going On" and together they encouraged everyone to use the hashtag #StopTheViolence. MORE: Vigil held in hometown of Christina GrimmieThe Teen Choice Awards consist of 50 individual awards, so the ceremony can not accommodate each victor with the surfboard trophy during the televised award show.

Ne-Yo added: "If you feel that we have to do better, I need you to stand up right now and take out your phones". "Now more than ever we need to stop, feel, and ask, 'What's going on?'"#StopTheViolence became a trending topic during her speech, and as the camera panned the crowd, there were tears and applause. "You will fall down".

Justin Timberlake speaks at the Teen Choice Awards in Inglewood, California, Sunday. "The truth is we are all different, but that does not mean we all don't want the same thing".

He cited the legendary sportsman Muhammed Ali, saying: "Don't count the days, make the days count".

Justin Timberlake, seen here with Kobe Bryant, gave a powerful speech about coming together at the Teen Choice Awards.

The duo were great in their roles as hosts, and got into some insane shenanigans throughout the night but the height of it was when Cena and Justice entered the stage as presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump respectively. She'd originally found fame as a YouTube star.

In TV, teen drama Pretty Little Liars was the stand-out victor with four awards.

British actress Daisy Ridley was named Movie Breakout Star for her role as Rey in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Garner and her young Miracles from Heaven costar, Kiley Rogers, both accepted the surfboard for Choice Drama Movie.

Victoria Justice and WWE star John Cena hosted the two-hour Fox telecast, which featured performances by Flo Rida, Charlie Puth, Jason Derulo and Empire's Serayah.

But aside from the lack of a tribute, the slain singer's fans also noted that even though Grimmie won her first award from the ceremony that night, Fox did not acknowledge it.



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