Nominations for the People’s Choice Awards were announced on Thursday, and there’s a lot to look forward to. This year’s show will also be broadcast for the first time on an online platform, Oath. As well as the People’s Choice categories, the nominations will also be made available at www.pca.com/pnaw
This year’s show will be broadcast for the first time on an online platform, Oath
The show will be hosted by celebrities, nominees and fans
Celebrities will decide who wins in both categories on the night. Nominees have been chosen and selected by the celebrities, who are either nominated, involved in the project, or have created content around it and been asked to decide the winners.
The ceremony will be held in Los Angeles on 26 January at the Microsoft Theater, and streamed online through all Oath properties, such as Yahoo, Tumblr, AOL and HuffPost. The live event will be hosted by celebrities, nominees and fans, who will vote for those they think should win the People’s Choice in the five categories listed below.
Top pick for 2019: top 5 stars who should win the People’s Choice award
These celebrity favourites and popular experts are being closely followed by people across the country. Their top picks are trending across social media, including their personal Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts and have been followed with a steady increase in messages from their fans asking who they should vote for, (the number of fan messages on the website has increased by more than 700% since the nominations were announced), leading them to release the list of their top picks. Viewers will also be able to vote for their favourite at the People’s Choice Awards website.
Best of the year: the People’s Choice award winners of years past
Additionally, the 2019 People’s Choice Awards will include a brand new category: the fan-voted People’s Choice for best movie, and people from across the country have already started voting. Viewers have given the most love to the sequel Transformers: The Last Knight, while the gripping Netflix drama Ozark and I Can Only Imagine, an inspirational film about the impact of homophobia, which tells the story of a gospel group that became known for the success of their original hit song, got the highest number of votes.
The People’s Choice Awards are part of the People’s Choice and Entertainment Weekly Fan Choice Awards held on the same day.
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