Stephen M. Silverman
August 15, 2005 08:00 AM

Ashton Kutcher isn’t just Demi Moore’s favorite guy. The Guess Who star was the biggest winner at this weekend’s 2005 Teen Choice Awards, where he took home three awards, including favorite TV actor in a comedy for That ’70s Show.

Over the years, Kutcher has been a perennial favorite, winning 11 of the awards, more than anyone else.

His two others this year were for best rock-star moment, in A Lot Like Love, and as favorite male TV personality, for Punk’d.

In terms of movies, the big winner was the tearjerker The Notebook, which took prizes in eight categories, including those for its young male lead, Ryan Gosling, as actor in a drama, and for his costar, Rachel McAdams, as actress in a drama.

The duo also took top honors for best movie chemistry, and their rain-soaked smooch onscreen was named best movie liplock and best movie love scene.

Awards in special categories also went to female hottie Rachel Bilson, male hottie Chad Michael Murray and “It Girl” Alexis Bledel.

The awards show, hosted by Rob Schneider and Hilary Duff from California’s Universal City, will be broadcast Tuesday on FOX.

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