The votes are in for the People's Choice Awards, with only a couple of days left before the most popular movies, TV shows, musicians, and influencers are revealed.
Each year, members of the public vote to award each of the accolades. This year, there will be 43 awards allocated between the movies, TV, music, and pop culture categories.
When does it start?
This year's ceremony is set to kick off on Sunday, 11 November at 9pm EST at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.
Prior to that, red carpet coverage will begin at 7pm as celebrities arrive for the star-studded night.
The awards show is expected to last until 11 pm.
How can I watch?
The 2018 People's Choice Awards will air in 161 countries.
They will be broadcast on NBC Universal's cable networks, such as E!, Bravo, SYFY, Universo, and USA Network.
Can I follow the ceremony online?
You can track all the developments on The Independent's live blog.
E!'s Youtube channel, Twitter account, and app will all provide a behind-the-scenes live stream during the ceremony.
What are some of the most important nominations?
Melissa McCarthy is scheduled to receive the inaugural People's Icon of 2018 award.
Anne Hathaway, Bryce Dallas Howard, Lily James, Sandra Bullock, and Scarlett Johansson are all up for the Female Movie Star of 2018 gong.
Chadwick Boseman, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, Nick Robinson, and Robert Downey Jr are contenders for the Male Movie Star of 2018 award.
On the music side, Bruno Mars, Drake, Ed Sheeran, Keith Urban, and Shawn Mendes are competing for the title of Male Artist of 2018.
Ariana Grande, Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, and Taylor Swift are all nominees for the Female Artist of 2018 award.
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