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Bullock, Timberlake sweep 2014 People's Choice Awards

Thursday, Jan 09, 2014 - 01:33

Jan. 08 - Sandra Bullock, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, and Jennifer Hudson honored at 2014 People's Choice Awards. Roselle Chen reports.

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Actress Sandra Bullock swept the 40th annual People's Choice awards on Wednesday (January 08) with four wins, while singer Justin Timberlake dominated the music categories with three wins. Bullock picked up awards for favorite movie actress, dramatic movie actress, comedy movie actress and favorite movie duo for her roles in "Gravity" and "The Heat." SOUNDBITE: Sandra Bullock, actress, saying (English): "I mean I didn't vote for myself, there's a lot of Friday nights I'm home by myself, but that's..." Timberlake picked up three awards including favorite album "The 20/20 Experience." Timberlake also won favorite male artist and favorite R&B artist, but was beaten in the favorite pop artist category by Britney Spears, who won her first People's Choice award in her 15-year career. SOUNDBITE: Britney Spears, singer, saying (English): "This is so cool, this is awesome, I was not expecting this." Robert Downey Jr. was named favorite action movie star for his leading role in "Iron Man 3," which also won favorite movie and action movie. SOUNDBITE: Robert Downey Jr, actor, saying (English): "I am Iron Man and this is for the people." Adam Sandler won favorite comedic actor for the fourth consecutive time, this year for "Grown Ups 2." "The Big Bang Theory" won favorite network TV comedy for a third time. Oscar-winning actress and singer Jennifer Hudson was awarded favorite humanitarian for her charity work with her Julian D. King Gift Foundation, in memory of her late nephew. The People's Choice winners are chosen by fans, who can vote online across 58 categories spanning film, TV and music. This year, more than 700 million votes were cast.

Bullock, Timberlake sweep 2014 People's Choice Awards

Thursday, Jan 09, 2014 - 01:33

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