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People's Choice Award

The People's Choice Awards are a series of American awards given annually in several television, film, and music categories. They were first awarded in March 1975. The awards are based on nation-wide opinion polling conducted by the Gallup Organization. In recent years, a few awards are based on a combination of Gallup and Internet polling.

Award categories have varied over the years, but include:

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1 Television
2 Film
3 Music




2003, television winners were CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Friends, Joan of Arcadia, Two and a Half Men, Jennifer Aniston, Ray Romano, Survivor: Pearl Islands, and Oprah Winfrey. Motion picture winners were Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Bruce Almighty, Mel Gibson, and Julia Roberts. Music awards went to Matchbox Twenty, Faith Hill, Beyoncé Knowles, and Tim McGraw. Tom Hanks received a special Favorite All-Time Entertainer award.