"Furious 7," "The Big Bang Theory" and Ellen DeGeneres were the big winners at Wednesday night's People's Choice Awards.
Fans voted in the latest installment in the "Fast & Furious" movie franchise as the Favorite Movie and Favorite Action Movie.
"The Big Bang Theory" was similarly a double winner, with the CBS sitcom taking home both Favorite TV Show and winning its category for Favorite Network Sitcom. The show's star, Jim Parsons, also walked away with Favorite Comedic TV Actor.
But the night really belonged to DeGeneres, who was not only the Favorite Humanitarian honoree but was also named Favorite Daytime TV Host, breaking the all-time win record with 17 People's Choice Awards to her name.
Besides the winners, the most talked about event of the night was a stage-crasher who grabbed the mic from Sara Gilbert while she and the other hosts of "The Talk" were accepting their award for Favorite Daytime TV Hosting Team. The man gave a shout out to rapper Kevin Gates before leaving the stage as Sheryl Underwood grabbed the microphone back and Sharon Osbourne kicked at him.
Other winners during the ceremony included Sandra Bullock for Favorite Movie Actress, Channing Tatum for Favorite Movie Actor, and "Grey's Anatomy" for Favorite Network TV Drama.
Taylor Swift was the big winner in the music categories, winning both Favorite Female Artist and Favorite Pop Artist, while Ed Sheeran took home Favorite Male Artist.
A select list of winners:
Movie: "Furious 7"
Movie actor: Channing Tatum
Movie actress: Sandra Bullock
Action movie: "Furious 7"
Comedic movie: "Pitch Perfect 2"
Dramatic movie: "The Martian"
Family movie: "Minions"
Thriller movie: "Taken 3"
TV show: "The Big Bang Theory"
Network TV comedy: "The Big Bang Theory"
Network TV drama: "Grey's Anatomy"
Cable TV comedy: "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
Cable TV drama: "Pretty Little Liars"
Competition TV show: "The Voice"
Streaming series: "Orange is the New Black"
Animated TV show: "The Simpsons"
Male musician: Ed Sheeran
Female musician: Taylor Swift
Group: Fifth Harmony
Album: "Title," Meghan Trainor
Song: "What Do You Mean?" Justin Bieber
Social media celebrity: Britney Spears
Mobile game: "Candy Crush Saga"
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