Although Katy Perry was a no-show at last night's People's Choice Awards, the people have spoken! The "California Gurls" singer raked in five awards from among her seven nominations, proving she really has had a stellar year!
In other highlights, Bridesmaids won Favorite Comedy Movie hands-down. As Maya Rudolph, Ellie Kemper, Wendi McLendon-Covey and director Paul Feig burst into a performance of Wilson Phillips' "Hold On," producer Judd Apatow tried his best to keep up with the pack.
According to E! News, he exclaimed: "Wow! Thank you very much. I don't know why they asked me to accept it, it's really a lot of other people's work. When I was doing this movie, it was so much fun doing it, but I was always saying to everyone I didn't even care if anyone saw it."
Really? "But now that people have seen it and are giving awards for it, I'm even more thankful for the whole experience."
Among other highlights, hottie Robert Pattinson sat next to Betty White, showcasing his new buzz cut, and Morgan Freeman was named Movie Icon — beating out Tom Hanks, Harrison Ford and George Clooney for the coveted award!
After finding out he was nominated for this brand new award, he decided to look up the word "icon" in the dictionary. "So, here's what I found: The first definition says an icon is a tiny picture on a computer screen that represents a file. Well!"
Considering the second definition represents an imagine of "someone who is saintly," and the third definition indicates it's "representative of something," he said if he represents something, here's what he hopes it is. "I hope I represent a working actor who is so incredibly proud to be in this business, humbled and honored to be mentioned in the same company as my fellow nominees, and forever grateful for this honor. Thank you so much."
Without further ado, here's a complete list of winners. Drumroll please…
Favorite Movie Actress
Favorite Movie Actor
Favorite Drama Movie
Water for Elephants
Favorite Book Adaptation
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows – Part 2
Favorite Album of the Year
Lady Gaga – "Born This Way"
Favorite Male Artist
Favorite Female Artist
Favorite Song of the Year
"E.T." by Katy Perry, featuring Kanye West
Favorite Hip Hop Artist
Favorite Country Artist
Favorite Music Video
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" – Katy Perry
Favorite Tour Headliner
Favorite TV Drama
Favorite Late Night TV Host
Favorite Cable TV Comedy
Hot in Cleveland
Favorite New TV Comedy
2 Broke Girls