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Teen Choice Awards 2011: Justin Bieber, Joe Jonas, and more share their fave teen comedies

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The stars were out in full force for last night’s Teen Choice Awards 2011. From Gossip Girl to The Vampire Diaries, Twilight to Fright Night, everyone mixed and mingled. While Taylor Lautner and Chord Overstreet hung out mano a mano, Cameron Diaz and Blake Lively clicked pics of each other on their cell phones. So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley chatted up proud papa David Beckham when he wasn’t taking snapshots of his boys with their favorite performers.

On the blue carpet, EW correspondent Carrie Borzillo asked the A-listers what their favorite all-time teen comedy. Justin Bieber and Ian Somerhalder hugged it out over their mutual love of Sixteen Candles. See what the rest of the stars, including Joe Jonas, Twilight’s Ashley Greene, and more, had to say after the jump.

Joe Jonas:The Breakfast Club. It’s the perfect movie. It’s funny. It’s got heart, the best cast and it still holds up today. There hasn’t been a teen movie that can compare.”

Ashley Greene (Twilight): “I watched Billy Madison religiously when I was a kid. It’s just hysterical. I watched it when I was young and I completely didn’t get the jokes, but it was still entertaining and now when I watch it when I’m older, I can’t believe my mom let me watch this movie. It’s a completely different thing.”

Zoe Saldana (Avatar): “Some Kind of Wonderful. The topics that John Hughes was tackling at that time, especially with that movie, about the wallflowers, the people who are usually invisible in high school and talking about always fighting for your dream.”

Nina Dobrev (The Vampire Diaries): “Clueless. For its time, it was very poppy and the jokes were new and fresh. It was not stupid humor, but the characters were really simple. It’s really great and it was the first of its time.”

Rebecca Black: “I love Easy A. I love Emma Stone. She’s my favorite actress. She’s gorgeous and hilarious.”

Cat Deeley:Dirty Dancing. It’s the perfect summer coming-of-age teen movie. Nobody puts baby in a corner.”

Troian Bellisario (Pretty Little Liars): “I love The Virgin Suicides. I’m a huge fan of Sofia Coppola and I was a huge fan of the book. She captured that first crush.”

Mary Murphy (So You Think You Can Dance): “One of my favorite teen movies was Footloose. It reminds me of my hometown. I really connected to that because there was no dancing going on in my town either. However, unlike the movie there was nobody fighting for dance in my hometown. When I first saw it, I felt like I was one of the characters in the movie.”

Crystal Reed (Teen Wolf, Crazy Stupid Love): “Say Anything. I love John Cusack. He’s the best. I think every single romantic lead, male, should look up to his character. It’s amazing. I walked by him at Comic-Con, and I literally stopped. I think he may have checked me out, or I could have made that up. Yeah, John Cusack, give me a call!”

Chelsea Hobbs (Make it or Break It): “Pretty in Pink. It defined my childhood.”

Gillian Jacobs (Community): “Adventures in Babysitting. Classic characters, fun adventure.”

Kathryn Newton (Bad Teacher, All My Children): “I love The Twilight Saga. It’s an addiction. I love Kristen Stewart.”

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