R&B superstar Usher and actress-turned-singer Lindsay Lohan walked away with four trophies apiece from the 2004 Teen Choice Awards last night (Aug. 8) at the Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles.

R&B superstar Usher and actress-turned-singer Lindsay Lohan walked away with four trophies apiece from the 2004 Teen Choice Awards last night (Aug. 8) at the Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles. The Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie-hosted event will air Wednesday on Fox.

Usher won the top R&B artist award, as well as the best album trophy for his LaFace/Zomba set "Confessions." His single "Yeah!" featuring Ludacris and Lil' Jon picked up honors for best R&B track and "Hook-up" (collaboration).

Budding recording artist Lohan won all of her awards for her film work. She took the best movie actress in a comedy, best movie hissy fit and best movie blush for her role in "Mean Girls." Lohan also won the movie breakout star actress award.

As previously reported, Lohan recently signed with Casablanca Records and is expected to begin recording her debut album in the near future. She has had songs on the soundtracks to "Freaky Friday" and "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen," plus the "Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement" soundtrack, released last week by Walt Disney Records.

Blink-182 performed during the show and picked up a pair of awards. The modern rock act won the best love song statuette for its song "I Miss You," and shared the tour of the year award with summer touring partner No Doubt.

Britney Spears' "Toxic" was named best single while Ashlee Simpson's "Pieces of Me" won the song of the summer honor. Simpson, who also won the "Fresh Face" award, was on hand to perform, as was Lenny Kravitz and JoJo.

Click here to view the full list of 2004 Teen Choice Awards winners.