Even when she's not dancing on a pole (or on a grown man's lap), 17-year-old pop sensation Miley Cyrus is still dominating the Teen Choice Awards, which air this week. The Disney star caused a media uproar in 2009 with her stripper-like moves on a seductively constructed ice cream cart. Although she is shockingly not set to appear at this year's ceremony, Cyrus received more nominations than any other single performer. She is up for a whopping 13 awards, tied with Fox's hit dramedy Glee and only outdone by The Twilight Saga, which is nominated in 17 categories. Fans have been voting online for weeks and on Monday, the winners will be revealed when Katy Perry hosts the 2010 TCAs, with the male cast of Glee by her side. In addition to emceeing the event, the "California Gurls" singer (betrothed to comedian Russell Brand) will perform, as will her ex and Gym Class Heroes frontman Travie McCoy. Perhaps we'll have some twentysomething drama to enjoy as well. Either way, with presenters ranging from the Kardashians to Betty White, it's sure to be an entertaining night, no matter how old you are.
The Teen Choice Awards air on Monday, August 9 at 8 p.m. EST on Fox.