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What time are the People’s Choice Awards 2017?
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How to watch in the UK, full nominations and all you need to know about who is hostingFrom the red carpet fashion to the award winners’ reactions, here’s everything you need ahead of the People’s Choice Awards Share Comments00:16, 19 JAN 2017People’s Choice Awards Share CommentsGet celebs updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe always fun People’s Choice Awards 2017 are almost upon us, but who looks likely to walk away with a gong this year? Find out everything you need to know about this year’s awards belowWhen are the People’s Choice Awards 2017? The 43rd annual People’s Choice Awards take place on Wednesday, January 18th 2017 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.What time are the People’s Choice Awards on? The ceremony is scheduled to air live for East Coast viewers in the US on the CBS network between 9pm and 11pm, which will be 1am to 3am in the UK.(Photo: CBS)How do I watch the People’s Choice Awards from the UK? Unfortunately, there no TV channels over here have announced they’re showing the event but you can watch E! for all the red carpet action. The awards’ official Twitter account will be tweeting each award as it’s announced, plus you can come back to Mirror for all the gossip from the ceremony, the red carpet fashion and fake ray bans reaction.Who’s hosting the People’s Choice Awards 2017? Joel McHale has been chosen as this year’s awards host. He’s best known for appearing in Community and hosting The Soup.
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