Eternal love goes a long way.
A year after Twilight lit the flame, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse was named Favorite Movie at the 37th Annual People's Choice Awards, capping off a great (or incredibly awkward and annoying) night for Favorite Movie Actress Kristen Stewart and a so-so one for Robert Pattinson, who lost out on Favorite Movie Actor for the second straight year to Johnny Depp.
Kristen Stewart, seated between Taylor Lautner and R.Pattz (the trio were also winners for Favorite On-Screen Team) in the audience, looked smashing as usual, but gave another one of her "What are you talking about?" speeches in accepting her solo award.
"We're making Breaking Dawn now, and yeah..." she trailed off, letting the applause finish her sentence.
But that's what the people wanted to see!
For this go-around, fans voted online for their favorites in 45 categories spanning movies, TV, music and online entertainment. Though they only got to see a few of them handed out tonight while CBS aired a very long Cover Girl commercial, a record 175 million votes were cast this year. And some really big names had projects to promote, so the fans were duly rewarded with a good showing by the celebs.
Eminem, along with Eclipse and House , was the winningest single entity of the night with four awards, including Favorite Male Artist, Favorite Song and Music Video for "Love the Way You Lie" with Rihanna, and Favorite Hip-Hop Artist. Katy Perry was named Favorite Female Artist and Online Sensation.
Taylor Swift was unsurprisingly named Favorite Country Artist.
"I want to thank you so much for always being people who I can count on," the 21-year-old crossover star said. (Unlike some people, perhaps?)
Depp, fresh from The Tourist and Alice in Wonderland (and nominated for Golden Globes for both), was named Favorite Movie Actor for the second year in a row, calling it a "stupefying honor because it comes from the people"—but not before giving a shout-out to Swift, who presented him with the award.
"My daughter said if I didn't say hi to you I would be in big trouble," he told the singer. "So, 'hi' from my daughter." (She may not have gotten the guy this week, but what a consolation prize!)
The all-inclusive kudosfest was so inclusive, we even felt the love over here as E!'s Keeping Up With the Kardashians beat out Jersey Shore, Real Housewives of New Jersey and a couple others for Favorite TV Guilty Pleasure, which is apparently what they're calling reality shows these days.