The People's Choice Awards aired last night, and man, were there ever some choice people to watch onstage and on the red carpet. Three words, ya'll: Jennifer Lawrence's dress. (And one more: HOLYOMGSOHOT.) And despite a few surprise losses—including the sudden and complete absence of Robert Pattinson's hair—it was a good night for a lot of our favorites, with wins across the board for the films and actors we've been watching all year.
First up, the big sweeper: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" took home the win for Favorite Movie, Action Movie, Ensemble Movie Cast and Book Adaptation, proving once and for all that the people just love a good wiz. Potter alumns even dominated the nominations for the Favorite Actor Under 25 category, with Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson and Tom Felton filling out four of the five spots—although dark horse Chloe Moretz claimed the award, making this the gajillionth year in a row where someone who once played a vampire showed up to represent.
And now, let's hear it for the girls! Because our favorite females were popping up all over the winner's circle: from Emma Stone, who claimed honors for Favorite Movie Actress and Comedic Movie Actress; to Nina Dobrev, who took home the trophy for Favorite TV Drama Actress. And best of all, our favorite pink ladies from "Bridesmaids" rocked the vote for Favorite Comedy—because not even the grossout factor of a pooping-in-public scene could sway the public's loyalties to Kristen Wiig and her ladyposse.
Did you catch the People's Choice ceremony last night?