Five of the Most Memorable Moments from the People’s Choice Awards

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The People’s Choice Awards are this Wednesday, and hosts Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs from 2 Broke Girls will do their best to follow in Kaley Cuoco’s high heels from last year. But before those fesitivities begin, I thought it was time to take a look back at a few of the more memorable events from previous People’s Choice awards. Events like…

Neil Patrick Harris Steals the 38th Annual People’s Choice Awards

Last year, Neil tried to steal some of Kaley’s thunder by attempting to insert a musical number into the show, which he wasn’t even hosting. The man has a problem, it seems.

Kristin Stewart’s People’s Choice Fail

Kristen Stewart took a lot of flake her for confused and somewhat lethargic People’s Choice acceptance speech. I think she was just being real, and was probably pretty tired from her whirlwind Twilight tour.

Ashton Kutcher’s Incredible People’s Choice Awards Speech

The awards aren’t generally a time where celebrities get terribly deep, but everyone was shocked and amazed when Ashton Kutcher got up and gave one hell of an impactful, memorable speech after winning Best Male Performer. The whole thing is definitely worth a watch.

Demi Lovato’s Great People’s Choice Performance

There are plenty of musical performances from over the years of the People’s Choice awards, but none have been viewed so much as when Demi Lovato sang skyscraper a few years back. See for yourself.

Nina Dobrev Wins Favorite TV Actress

I really do love The Vampire Diaires, and I like the People’s Choice Awards because actors and actresses who might never land an Emmy or Golden Globe are given their due nonetheless. Dobrev is great playing both herself and her doppleganger on TVD, and it was awesome to see her earn an actual statue for it.

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Paul Tassi is the Managing Editor of TVovermind and also manages the website Unrealitymag.com. He's contributed to major publications such as Forbes as well as BC Media Group properties.
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