People’s Choice Awards: How many fans voted for the nominees?

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Talk about making your vote count!

Fans cast an astounding 160 million votes — a new record! — during the nominee selection phase for the 2014 People’s Choice Awards.

So, who snagged the most votes? While Glee picked up an impressive 8 nominations in TV, Katy Perry leaped ahead in music with 5 nods. Meanwhile, Sandra Bullock dominated movies with 5 nominations. Of course, those are just some of the highlights.


See the full list of nominees here.

Now that you’ve voted for your nominees, it’s time to choose your winners.

Here’s are the many ways you can cast your vote:

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Facebook — Fans can personalize their voting experience and share their votes with friends. Check out our page here.

Twitter — Fans can cast official votes for the People’s Choice Awards by tweeting a specific series of hashtags based on the nominee’s name and category. See the list of hashtags created for each nominee here.

Mobile — Fans can vote in all categories on the People’s Choice Awards mobile site, and via the official voting application for iPhone and iPad.

Did your favorites make the cut? Who are you most surprised to see on the ballot? Who are you most excited about? And who will get your vote in the final round? Tell us in the comments!

The 40th Annual People’s Choice Awards air live on CBS on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 9 p.m. ET.

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