SUNDAY
NOV 10, 9PM

The People's Choice Awards are coming up and it's no laughing matter...unless you're one of the comedic talents up for an award!

The nominees for The Comedy Act of 2019 have brought a lot of laughter into our lives between stand-up specials, hilarious performances in movies, funny podcasts and more.

If one of these comedians has ever brought joy into your life, the best part is you can return the favor! Voting is open on the PCAs site where you can cast your ballot for which funny star you'd like to see take home the trophy.

For those that are a big fan of political humor, Trevor Noah may be the perfect choice for you. Or, perhaps you are a parent, and Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias' latest Netflix comedy special had you doubled over with his funny stories about being a dad.

There are also a few nominees returning to claim the prize or even defend their throne! Amy Schumer is nominated again along with Kevin Hart, who ended up taking home the award last year.

The competition is tough, with nominees like Joe Rogan and Colleen Ballinger having huge audiences from their respective podcasts and YouTube channels, so make sure you come back to vote every day!

Whoever comes out on top is up to you, as the People's Choice Awards is the award show decided for the people, by the people! All you have to do is go to the PCAs voting site or use the category and nominee hashtags together on Twitter to vote. You can sound off on who you want to see win up to 25 times per day, per platform, so get to voting!

See the full list of nominees below and be sure to tune into the People's Choice Awards when it airs live on E! on Nov. 10.

Kevin Hart

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Joe Rogan

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Lip Sync Battle, Gabriel Iglesias

Spike

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Comedy Central

Ken Jeong, 2018 MTV Video Music Awards, VMAs

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Amy Schumer

Netflix

Miranda Sings

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Wanda Sykes

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Watch the 2019 People's Choice Awards Sunday, Nov. 10 at 9 p.m., only on E!

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