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See if Your Top Picks Win Tonight During the ‘People’s Choice Awards’ on DISH Network

by Andrew


Posted on January 5, 2011



Queen Latifah Set to Host People's Choice Awards on DISH NetworkTonight will mark the 37th annual 'People's Choice Awards' on CBS airing at 9/8c via your satellite TV programming. The 'People's Choice Awards' continues to be a hit with fans year after year seeing as they're the ones who's votes count, not the academy and not a panel of "high-brow" decision-makers. It's a night to see which celebrities are most beloved by fans in multiple categories from 'Favorite on Screen Team' to 'Favorite Movie Star Under 25' - not your typical award show categories which again, makes it a favorite among celeb-enthused fans.Queen Latifahwill be hosting tonight's festivities, for the fifth straight year, live from the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. In a recent interview with TV Guide Magazine, Latifah mentioned that viewers can expect a whole slew of parodies to start off the first award show of the new year: "We have some ridiculous parodies. [Laughs] Something involving some wizards and maybe some of your favorite television doctors."You can expect some of your favorite celebrities to be performing, presenting and walking the red carpet tonight. Tonight's set list will include performances by Kid Rock, Selena Gomez and The Scene. As far as other A-listers to keep an eye out for tonight, Kristen Stewart, the Kardashians, Leighton Meester, Taylor Lautner, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, Natalie Portman, Zac Efron, Teri Hatcher and Emma Roberts - just to name a few. Those leading the nominations going into tonight includes Justin Bieber, hit TV show 'Glee' and DiCaprio's movie 'Inception' and 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' leading with 8 nominations.You can find all of your favorite shows in HD - free for life when you order DISH Network from DISH Systems - authorized DISH Network retailer online or by calling 866-989-3474. You can also find satellite TV news and updates by following Dish Systems on Twitter and becoming a fan on Facebook.