Find Out Who Won a People's Choice Award (Or Three, If You're Justin Timberlake) At Last Night's Show

Justin Timberlake

Jan. 9 2014, Published 12:55 p.m. ET

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We've gotta hand it to Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings, who did a pretty great job hosting the People's Choice Awards last night LIVE. And also, can we just mention that the list of attendees and presenters was pretty much A-list? As was the winners list, by the way. Read on to see which celebs won big (Sandra Bullock and Justin Timberlake come to mind right away), which movies took home some of those Waterford crystal statues, and which TV shows proved that they have the biggest fan bases of all. Full list of PCAs winners is right below (in no particular order)!

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Movie actress: Sandra Bullock

Album: The 20/20 Experience, Justin Timberlake

Daytime TV host: Ellen DeGeneres

New talk-show host: Queen Latifah

Competition TV show: The Voice

Comedic movie actor: Adam Sandler

Network TV drama: The Good Wife

Comedic movie: The Heat

On-screen chemistry: Ian Somerhalder (Damon) and Nina Dobrev (Elena), The Vampire Diaries

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Pop artist: Britney Spears

Comedic TV actress: Kaley Cuoco

Comedic TV actor: Chris Colfer

Dramatic TV actor: Josh Charles

Cable TV drama: The Walking Dead

Action movie star: Robert Downey Jr.

Comedic movie actress: Sandra Bullock

Actor in a new TV series: Joseph Morgan

Late-night talk show host: Stephen Colbert

Humanitarian: Jennifer Hudson

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Actress in a new TV series: Sarah Michelle Gellar

Network TV comedy: The Big Bang Theory

Sci-fi/fantasy TV actor: Ian Somerhalder

Cable TV actress: Lucy Hale

Streaming series: Orange Is the New Black

Movie: Iron Man 3

Movie actor: Johnny Depp

Movie duo: Sandra Bullock and George Clooney (Gravity)

Action movie: Iron Man 3

Dramatic movie: Gravity

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Dramatic movie actor: Leonardo DiCaprio

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Dramatic movie actress: Sandra Bullock

Family movie: Despicable Me 2

Horror movie: Carrie

Thriller movie: Now You See Me

Favorite year end movie: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Dramatic TV actress: Stana Katic

TV crime drama: Castle

Cable TV comedy: Psych

Premium cable TV show: Homeland

TV anti-hero: Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), The Walking Dead

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Sci-fi/fantasy TV show: Beauty and the Beast

Sci-fi/fantasy TV actress: Kristin Kreuk

New TV comedy: Super Fun Night

New TV drama: Reign

TV bromance: Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins (Sam, Dean and Castiel), Supernatural

TV gal pals: Naya Rivera and Lea Michele (Santana and Rachel), Glee

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TV movie/mini-series: American Horror Story

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Series we miss most: Breaking Bad

Male artist: Justin Timberlake

Female artist: Demi Lovato

Breakout artist: Ariana Grande

Country artist: Taylor Swift

Country music icon: Tim McGraw

Hip-hop artist: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

R&B artist: Justin Timberlake

Band: One Direction

Alternative band: Fall Out Boy

Song: Roar, Katy Perry

Music fan following: Lovatics (Demi Lovato fans)

Music video: Roar, Katy Perry

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Whose win made you the happiest last night?  Who got snubbed? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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