The 22-year-old singer-and-actress took home authentic full-sized surfboard prizes for Choice Female Music Artist, Choice Country Artist and Choice Movie Voice for her performance as Audrey in the animated film adaptation of Dr. Seuss` book `The Lorax` at the ceremony held at Los Angeles` Gibson Amphitheatre.
The blonde beauty narrowly beat Justin Bieber to be the biggest winner of the night.
The 18-year-old pop star went home with four prizes, including Choice Music Male Artist and Single for Male Artist for his latest hit `Boyfriend`, which he performed at the event.
`The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1` had seven nominations and took home two accolades, the Ultimate Choice Award and TeenChoice Favourite Film, taking the franchise`s total of TeenChoiceAwards to 41 in the past four years.
Main cast members Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner were all in attendance.
Addressing the audience, Taylor said: "This award especially is an extreme honour. It`s a true testament to all the support you`ve given us over the years. It`s amazing you`re still around and just as loyal and just as strong."
As well as Justin, No Doubt - who will release their first album in more than a decade later this month - made their live comeback at the ceremony, performing their forthcoming single `Settle Down`.
Selena Gomez - Justin`s girlfriend - celebrated her 20th birthday at the event by taking home the Best Music Group gong with her band The Scene and when the singer-and-actress took to the stage to accept the prize she was serenaded with a version of `Happy Birthday` by the audience.
The brunette beauty also received cupcakes with sparklers on for her to blow out and she described the gift as the "best birthday present ever".
Demi Lovato and `Glee` star Kevin McHale hosted the two-hour ceremony, which also saw Jennifer Lawrence pick up two accolades for Choice Actress (Sci-Fi Fantasy) and Choice Lip-Lock for her onscreen embrace with Josh Hutcherson in `The Hunger Games`.