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Stars shine at Teen Choice Awards

Ashton Kutcher, Gwen Stefani and ‘The Notebook’ among winners
/ Source: Access Hollywood

Gwen and Ashton were among the winners at the Teen Choice Awards. Sandra Bullock was back. Paris has a new look. And in case you weren’t aware, Eva Longoria is official a “Choice” female.

And that was just the beginning of what was going on over the weekend at the 2005 Teen Choice Awards. Our 13-year-old powerhouse Trey Smith (son of Will Smith) was a man on a mission and he was definitely in his own element.

“You won tonight, congratulations,” Trey told Sandra Bullock after the show.

“I know, shocking isn't it?” Sandra joked. “People are saying, ‘Oh my God, you won’ and I'm like ‘Yeah, that's right.’”

“I think when you get to the point where you enough money, it's worth paying people to get what you want,” she laughed.

But certainly, there was no payment needed. Sandra showed up without new hubby Jesse James, as she picked up the Choice Movie Comedy Actress Award for “Miss Congeniality 2.”

Apparently, dateless was the way to go as soon-to-be-bride Paris Hilton was there without her fiancé, Paris Latsis.

“How's the other Paris?” Trey asked Hilton.

“Paris is great. We are really happy. We had an amazing summer in Europe together,” she told our special correspondent.

Paris revealed what it was they were doing overseas — scouting wedding locations.

“We're looking all over Greece and we found some really beautiful places,” she added.

Also sans date was a stunning Eva Longoria, who picked up the Choice TV Breakout Award for her role on “Desperate Housewives.” But Eva arrived without her NBA beau Tony Parker.

So where was Tony?

“Tony is in France. But I will see him in two weeks. I will be with him. He's playing for the French national team,” Longoria told us.

Eva also has another big event coming up – the Emmys.

“Have you picked out your dress for the Emmys yet?” Trey asked Eva.

“I was just in New York this week and I went Emmy dress shopping, so we'll see,” she said. “I am dateless though, so I really have nobody to impress.”

Kicking off the Teen Choice Awards in grand style was Gwen Stefani, who brought a parade into the auditorium for her performance of her smash hit “Hollaback Girl.”

Gwen was also honored with the big award of the night — the Visionary Award.

“It's shocking,” she beamed afterwards. “I have my mom and dad here because I want them to see. It's pretty outrageous. It hasn't sunk in yet.”

Ashton Kutcher took home three of the awards, including favorite TV actor in a comedy. The teen favorite has won 11 of the awards, more than anyone else.

But the big surprise of the night went to Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling, as their movie “The Notebook” cleaned up winning eight awards. And Rachel gave presenter Ryan Reynolds more than a simple “thank you” when she came up to accept her award, as she locked lips in a pseudo make-out session with Reynolds (who is married to Alanis Morissette).

“I think I got the wrong Ryan,” McAdams laughed on stage. “They're both Canadian.”

As usual, the fans also went wild for perennial Teen Choice fav Jim Carrey, who was awarded with Best Movie Bad Guy for his role in “Lemony Snicket.”

But Jim's mind is already on his next movie, as long as it doesn't open up opposite any films from Trey's dad, Will.

“Now you're in a movie called ‘Fun With Dick and Jane,’ right?” Trey asked Jim.

“Yeah, it's coming out in December,” Carrey replied and then paused.

“Your dad doesn't have a movie coming out then does he?” Jim joked.

The 2005 Teen Choice Awards airs Tuesday night at 8 p.m. on FOX.

For a complete list of winners, click here!