Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe recieve BBC Radio Teen Hero Awards

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Oct 07, 2012

Posted by Catherine

The BBC Radio 1 Teen Hero Awards were hosted this afternoon at Wembley Arena. These awards “celebrated the achievements of outstanding young people in the UK, with an audience of 9,000 14-17 years olds“. Daniel Radcliffe was awarded Best British Actor, and Emma Watson was awarded the Female Hottie of the Year award. Highlights of the event will be broadcasted at 8 PM Monday night on BBC Three. Radio Today reports:

The newly crowned Teen Heroes were nominated by Radio 1 listeners and chosen by a panel of celebrities including Professor Green, Louis Smith, Jessie Ware, Radio 1 DJs, journalists and experts from youth organisations.

Ben Cooper, Controller BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra, said: “Radio 1′s Teen Awards are all about celebrating the positive contribution that teenagers make to this country. This year’s winners Jenna, Chelsea and George have done just that ’ helping their communities and providing inspiration for all of us.”





7 Responses to Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe recieve BBC Radio Teen Hero Awards

Avatar ImageSpook says: Congratulations to Dan and Emma!!!Avatar Imagekatelyner123 says: DAAAAAAAAN!! EMMA!!Avatar ImageMissWeasley8 says: CoNgRaTs!!! I wish Matt Smith got it as well.... he is also my hero.Avatar ImageValeria-Johanna says: 'Hottie of the Year'? What century are we supposed to be living in?Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: How very lovely...Avatar Imagemoglet says: @V-J, it's a shame isn't it that Emma get's an award like that, rather than for her talent as an actress, it seems like we've still got a long way to go in viewing famous people as people, not as objects, especially with young women. (Or are we being old fogeys?)Avatar Imagebored_chic_1002 says: yay for them!

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