Sophia Bush, 'Pirates' Are Teens' Choices

Unsurprisingly, the "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "High School Musical" franchises were multiple winners at Sunday's Teen Choice Awards.

A little more surprising was the actress who joined those two Disney juggernauts in snagging multiple trophies: "One Tree Hill" star Sophia Bush, who took home three awards.

Bush won the "Choice Movie Actress" award in both the comedy and horror/thriller categories for her performance in, respectively, "John Tucker Must Die" and "The Hitcher." She also won the "Choice Movie Breakout" award for women. Her fellow breakout winner, Shia LeBeouf, also won the horror actor award for "Disturbia."

In the TV categories, the Disney Channel had a good night, with the record-breaking "High School Musical 2" winning a special award and its star, Zac Efron, being named "Choice Male Hottie." "Hannah Montana" and its star, Miley Cyrus, collectively grabbed three awards.

"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" had the biggest haul at the awards, winning for action/adventure movie and best actor (Johnny Depp), actress (Keira Knightley) and movie villain (Bill Nighy).

Other multiple winners were Will Smith and his movie "The Pursuit of Happyness"; Justin Timberlake, who got a special "Ultimate Choice" award in addition to one in the music categories; and "The Office" and "Evan Almighty" star Steve Carell. The complete list is at FOX.com.