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Ellen DeGeneres Takes Home 3 People's Choice Awards, Makes History

The comedian now has a career total of 20 People's Choice wins

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    Ellen DeGeneres, winner of the awards for favorite animated movie voice, favorite daytime TV host, and favorite comedic collaboration, speaks on stage at the People's Choice Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017, in Los Angeles. Pictured in the background are DeGeneres' previous People's Choice awards, making her the most decorated People's Choice Award winner in the show's history.

    Ellen DeGeneres set a record at the People's Choice Awards, becoming the winningest entertainer in the show's history.

    DeGeneres picked up three trophies at Wednesday's ceremony, for Favorite Daytime TV Host ("The Ellen DeGeneres Show"), Favorite Animated Movie Voice ("Finding Dory") and Favorite Comedic Collaboration ("Mall Mischief" with Britney Spears). That gave her a career total of 20 People's Choice wins.

    Other stars taking home crystal statuettes this year included Jennifer Lopez, Johnny Depp, Sofia Vergara, Kevin Hart, Melissa McCarthy and Justin Timberlake. Tyler Perry received the humanitarian award at the show, hosted by Joel McHale at the Microsoft Theatre and broadcast on CBS.

    A selected list of winners follows:

    'Tonight': How Black Women Helped Stop Roy Moore

    [NATL] 'Tonight': Yamaneika Saunders on How Black Women Helped Stop Roy Moore

    "Tonight Show" correspondent Yamaneika Saunders tells Jimmy Fallon her back and every black woman's back across America hurts from carrying the weight of the election in Alabama. She says black women are as excited as Roy Moore would be if he was allowed back into Limited Too. 

    (Published Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017)

    Movie: "Finding Dory"

    Movie actor: Ryan Reynolds

    Movie actress: Jennifer Lawrence

    Action movie: "Deadpool"

    Action movie actor: Robert Downey, Jr.

    Action movie actress: Margot Robbie

    'Tonight': Jaboukie Young-White Performs TV Stand-Up Debut

    [NATL] 'Tonight': Jaboukie Young-White Performs TV Stand-Up Debut

    Jaboukie Young-White makes his TV stand-up debut with jokes about how his race changes city to city, why millennials are broke and how Donald Trump's presidency makes everyday tasks revolutionary.

    (Published Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017)

    Animated movie voice: Ellen DeGeneres, "Finding Dory"

    Comedic movie actor: Kevin Hart

    Comedic movie actress: Melissa McCarthy

    Dramatic movie actor: Tom Hanks

    Dramatic movie actress: Blake Lively

    Movie icon: Johnny Depp

    'Late Night': Black Women Axed Moore and Omarosa in 1 Night

    [NATL] 'Late Night': Black Women Got Rid of Roy Moore and Omarosa in 1 Night

    "Tonight Show" correspondent Amber Ruffin says "you're welcome" on behalf of black women for the Democratic win in Alabama's Senate race. She enthusiastically says black women not only got rid of Roy Moore, but they also got rid of Omarosa, "both in one night!"

    (Published Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017)

    TV show: "Outlander"

    Network TV comedy: "The Big Bang Theory"

    Comedic TV actor: Jim Parsons

    Comedic TV actress: Sofia Vergara

    Network TV drama: "Grey's Anatomy"

    TV crime drama: "Criminal Minds"

    TV crime drama actor: Mark Harmon

    TV crime drama actress: Jennifer Lopez

    Competition TV show: "The Voice"

    Daytime TV host: Ellen DeGeneres

    Late night talk show host: Jimmy Fallon

    Male music artist: Justin Timberlake

    'Late Night': Seth Rogen's New Movie Honors 'The Room'

    [NATL] 'Late Night': Seth Rogen Explains Cult Following Behind 'The Room'

    Seth Rogen and James Franco's new movie "The Disaster Artist" tells the story of the hilariously bad film "The Room," which garnered a cult following in Los Angeles and beyond.

    (Published Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017)

    Female music artist: Britney Spears

    Group: Fifth Harmony

    Male country artist: Blake Shelton

    Female country artist: Carrie Underwood

    Country group: Little Big Town

    Hip-hop artist: G-Eazy

    'Tonight': 'Peanuts' ('Riverdale' Parody)

    [NATL] 'Tonight': 'Peanuts' ('Riverdale' Parody)

    Jimmy Fallon's "Riverdale" parody, inspired by "Peanuts," features cameos from KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Madelaine Petsch and Cole Sprouse.

    (Published Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017)

    R&B artist: Rihanna

    Song: "Can't Fight the Feeling," Justin Timberlake

    Social media celebrity: Britney Spears

    Humanitarian: Tyler Perry