Celebrities Attending The People’s Choice Awards – Plus New Drama and Comedy Still Open

The People’s Choice awards are just a little over a week away, and believe it or not there is still time to support your favorite New Drama or Comedy show. Those two categories will remain open until the awards air on January 5th, which means fans of the comedies – “$#*! My Dad Says,” “Better With You,” “Mike & Molly,” “Outsourced” and “Raising Hope” – as well as the dramas – “The Event,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “Hellcats,” “Nikita” and “No Ordinary Family” – still have time to scare up votes for their respective favorites. (Full list of TV related PCA nominees here.)

In the meantime, CBS has released a list of celebs that are planning on attending the People’s Choice Awards – and it looks like a who’s who of popular TV. Here’s the lowdown from CBS:

A star-studded selection of talent from film, TV and music including Malin Akerman, Julie Bowen, Michael Chiklis, Miranda Cosgrove, Kaley Cuoco, Taye Diggs, Lisa Edelstein, Zac Efron, Neil Patrick Harris, Teri Hatcher, the Kardashians, Minka Kelly, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Hugh Laurie, Taylor Lautner, Zachary Levi, AnnaLynne McCord, Leighton Meester, Stephen Moyer, Conan O’Brien, Jerry O’Connell, Jim Parsons, Pauley Perrette, Katy Perry, Natalie Portman, Emma Roberts, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Swift and Kate Walsh are scheduled to attend the PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS 2011, to be broadcast live from the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, Wednesday, Jan. 5 (9:00-11:00 PM, live ET/delayed PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Diddy-Dirty Money will perform a single from their latest album “Last Train To Paris.” Kid Rock will perform a single from his just released critically acclaimed album, “Born Free,” which was produced by Rick Rubin.

As long as Neil Patrick Harris shows, I’m good. The People’s Choice award’s air live Wednesday, January 5th on CBS at 9:00pm EST.



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