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Katy Perry People’s Choice Awards

January 12, 2012 by staff 

Katy Perry People's Choice AwardsKaty Perry People’s Choice Awards, Katy Perry and “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” were the big winners of the night at the People’s Choice Awards. The 38th annual show, held Wednesday night in Los Angeles, celebrated selections made by 40 million voters.
An absentee Perry was honored in five categories, including favorite female artist, tour headliner, song of the year for “E.T.” with Kanye West, music video for “Last Friday Night” and TV guest star for “How I Met Your Mother.”

Despite originally being touted by the show’s organizers as among the nominees expected to attend, Perry told fans on Twitter earlier this week that she wouldn’t make it to the show but that “I want to thank u all for voting for me, fingers crossed!” It would have marked Perry’s first public appearance since British actor-comedian Russell Brand filed for divorce from Perry last month after 14 months of marriage.

The last film of the Harry Potter series caught four awards of its own, including Favorite Movie, Action Movie, Ensemble Movie Cast and Book Adaptation. Surprisingly, its young cast members missed out on what would have seemed an obvious win, says Jen Chaney of Celebritology:

Weirdly, though, Chloe Grace Moretz, star of “Hugo,” managed to beat out practically the entire cast of “Deathly Hallows Part 2” in the Favorite Actor Under 25 category. Maybe Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and Tom Felton split the vote?

Emma Stone and Johnny Depp took home two trophies a piece, for favorite movie actress and actor respectively, favorite animated voice for “Rango,” and comedic movie actress. Depp was another no-show at the awards, but Stone was more in awe of the wins, reports the Associated Press:

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