(Image source: People's Choice Awards)

BY LOGAN TITTLE

 

And the votes are in! Wednesday night, The People’s Choice Awards revealed the fan’s favorites for the past year.

 

Taking home the most wins of the night—’The Hunger Games.’ The hit film won five trophies, including Favorite Movie and Jennifer Lawrence even took home a number of awards, including Favorite Actress.
(WCAU)

 

Some other favorites include Jennifer Aniston for Favorite Comedic Movie Actress. Katy Perry for Favorite Female Artist as well as favorite pop star.

 

And for the thirteenth consecutive year, Ellen DeGeneres won the award for Favorite Daytime TV Host and offered hugs to all of her fans, but quickly remembered it was flu season.

 

And a first for the award show—Favorite Humanitarian, which was won by Sandra Bullock.

 

“I am simply blessed to be able to do what I do because you allow me to do what I do and that allows me to write a check and be a really good cheerleader and that's it.”
(CBS/P&G Productions)

 

In 2005 the actress adopted a New Orleans’ high school that had sustained $4 million worth of damage after Hurricane Katrina hit. Bullock has reportedly donated more than half a million dollars to the relief efforts.

 

“We wouldn’t be halfway to where we are without her.”
(WWL-TV)

 


And it’s no People’s Choice Awards if no one’s getting “Kanye’d”—preferably Taylor Swift.

 

Olivia Munn pulled a Kanye West as T-Swift got up to receive her award for Favorite Country Artist.

 

“Um...This always happens.”

 

Maybe she’ll write a song about it.
 

People's Choice: 'Hunger Games' and the No-Kanye 'Kanye'

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Jan 10, 2013

People's Choice: 'Hunger Games' and the No-Kanye 'Kanye'

 

(Image source: People's Choice Awards)

BY LOGAN TITTLE

 

And the votes are in! Wednesday night, The People’s Choice Awards revealed the fan’s favorites for the past year.

 

Taking home the most wins of the night—’The Hunger Games.’ The hit film won five trophies, including Favorite Movie and Jennifer Lawrence even took home a number of awards, including Favorite Actress.
(WCAU)

 

Some other favorites include Jennifer Aniston for Favorite Comedic Movie Actress. Katy Perry for Favorite Female Artist as well as favorite pop star.

 

And for the thirteenth consecutive year, Ellen DeGeneres won the award for Favorite Daytime TV Host and offered hugs to all of her fans, but quickly remembered it was flu season.

 

And a first for the award show—Favorite Humanitarian, which was won by Sandra Bullock.

 

“I am simply blessed to be able to do what I do because you allow me to do what I do and that allows me to write a check and be a really good cheerleader and that's it.”
(CBS/P&G Productions)

 

In 2005 the actress adopted a New Orleans’ high school that had sustained $4 million worth of damage after Hurricane Katrina hit. Bullock has reportedly donated more than half a million dollars to the relief efforts.

 

“We wouldn’t be halfway to where we are without her.”
(WWL-TV)

 


And it’s no People’s Choice Awards if no one’s getting “Kanye’d”—preferably Taylor Swift.

 

Olivia Munn pulled a Kanye West as T-Swift got up to receive her award for Favorite Country Artist.

 

“Um...This always happens.”

 

Maybe she’ll write a song about it.
 

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