Everyone's a winner at the Teen Choice Awards

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Career catfights and feuding females. Old flames and new loves.

There's absolutely no suspense at the Teen Choice Awards. Every starwho shows up is getting a surfboard-shaped award on Sunday night atthe Universal Amphitheatre.

But given all the personal drama swirling around the young celebritynominees, the awards (8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET live/PT tape-delayed) airing onFox, may be the most exciting show like ever.

Hilary Duff is co-hosting with Nick Cannon. No problems there. ButAvril Lavigne will be performing her controversial song "Girlfriend,"and she and Hilary have a long-standing feud that I don't fullyunderstand and they probably don't either.

Ashlee Simpson's also attending, and Avril made some snarky remarksabout Ash's tres embarrassing lip-synch TV moment. So there's some eggshells to avoid. Plus "The Hills" star Lauren Conrad is coming and herex-squeeze Brody Jenner just may be dating Hilary, although no oneknows for sure.

It could get pret-ty dicey if these kids bump into each other in theBackstage Creations Celebrity Retreat room.

Eve, who has been wearing an alcohol-monitoring device after herrecent DUI arrest, is making a sober reappearance. What does she thinkabout Nicole and Lindsay's DUIs? She better have some rehearsedanswers because every reporter there will ask her about it. Ugh.

Dane Cook and Jessica Alba, who are totally not dating, say theirreps, will be together to promote their new movie "Good Luck Chuck."Never mind what you heard about Alba reportedly breaking a tooth during oneof the film's passionate kissing scene with Cook. It's platonic,people!

Fergie's gonna sing. And lots of surfboards will be given out toattending stars, including Steve Carell, Ryan Seacrest, David Spade,Shia LaBeouf, Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron from "High SchoolMusical."

So, unlike the Emmys, Golden Globes and Oscars, no nail-bitingsuspense, no disappointments, no cameras aimed at the losers' faces.But all the sturm and drang makes this teen-aimed show must-seereality TV.

Take a look at some of the stars who'll get their surfboards Sunday night.

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