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Logo recognizes pop culture’s up-and-coming obsessions for 2011 at the network’s fourth annual event (airing April 11 at 10 p.m.). We cast ballots for our faves in each category; add your votes in our polls!
Posted on April 6, 2011 at 9:00pm EDT
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Darren Criss (Glee, Fox) ''Teenage Dream,'' anyone? Case closed.
[polldaddy poll=4860036] What's your pick?
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Sassy Gay Friend! In this gut-busting Web series, Brian Gallivan shows what happens when you give Shakespeare's famous characters, yes, a sassy gay friend.
[polldaddy poll=4860051] What's your pick?
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The Vampire Diaries (The CW) The supernatural series features delicious plot twists, expert pacing, and solid acting. (A smoking-hot cast doesn't hurt either.)
[polldaddy poll=4860130] What's your pick?
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New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys (summer tour 2011) Two of pop music's biggest acts of yesteryear reunite for what can only be described as a match made in guilty-pleasure heaven.
[polldaddy poll=4860136] What's your pick?
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Tyler and Catelynn (Teen Mom, MTV) The teen parents rode an emotional roller coaster after giving up their daughter for adoption, but emerged as the show's most graceful, mature couple.
[polldaddy poll=4860168] What's your pick?
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Sleigh Bells Nobody embodies 21st-century cool quite like this Brooklyn duo, whose unique noise-pop sound counts Beyoncé as a fan.
[polldaddy poll=4860182] What's your pick?
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Sofia Vergara (Modern Family, ABC) Two words: Va-voom.
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2 Though the final installment doesn't hit until July 15, we're already mourning the end of the magical franchise.
[polldaddy poll=4860234] What's your pick?