People’s Choice Awards 2014: 5 Funniest Moments — WATCH

By Josh Sorokach | 12:40 pm on January 10, 2014
Photo Credit: Getty

Photo Credit: Getty

The 2014 People’s Choice Awards produced an array of emotions. Sara Bareilles made us smile, Jennifer Hudson’s kindness made us cry and an abundance of different hysterical moments made us laugh out loud. Let’s set the delorean to Wednesday night and relive a few of our favorite funny moments from the 2014 People’s Choice Awards.

1. Beth Behrs’ rousing performance of “Baby Got Back”

Our fearless host earned a (Sir Mix) a lot of street cred for her commitment to absolutely nailing the 90s rap anthem “Baby Got Back.” Plus, who knew B Squared had those pipes? We’d love to see a musical episode of 2 Broke Girls in the future!

2. Stephen Colbert thanks fans for his Favorite Late Night Talk Show Award

Our favorite underrated bit in comedic maestro Stephen Colbert’s video? At the very beginning of his speech, Colbert appears to be eating his grapes like a Greek God. Every little thing he does his comedy magic.

3. The 2014 People’s Choice Awards Opening

From the star-studded opening sequence that featured fellow CBS star Kaley Cuoco passing the hosting torch to Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs to the astute observation that the People’s Choice Awards is the only award show eclectic enough to boast Oprah Winfrey and Sharknado as nominees, the opening sketch perfectly set the tone for the rest of the night.

4. Ellen DeGeneres wins her 14th People’s Choice Award for Favorite Daytime TV Host

“As a matter of fact just yesterday I was talking to this lovely African American woman, and she told me she was single and she works 80 hours a week to get by, and she looks forward to coming home every single night and watching me. And that woman’s name is Oprah Winfrey.”

5. People’s Choice Awards Confessional: The Cast of The Voice 

Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Cee-Lo and Carson Daly let their comedic voices shine in this hilarious sketch in which we finally learn the truth about the Blake Shelton/Adam Levine bromance, and what it’s like to work with the sexiest man alive: Cee-Lo Green.

What was your favorite funny moment from this year’s People’s Choice Awards?

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4 Responses

  1. ariananator4ever says:

    Where is ariana?????♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡
    I miss her sooo much
    She’s perfect

  2. offlinebusiness4charity says:

    The only good part of the show was the end. Very disappointed with the show. I want less “comedy” and more of the actual categories. I was so excited that Stana won for fav dramatic actress, but WTH, they couldn’t even give it to her properly, same with Castle. This is their 3rd win for fav crime drama, yet they have never gotten to be on stage to accept their award. The big movie stars can go on and on and on with their speeches, but Stana has to hurry? What’s with TBBT getting to get up on stage every year they win with the friggin’ confetti? I think the People’s choice awards should actually be the People’s choice. Let us pick the hosts and whether or not we want all those stupid little bits in the show.

  3. Gorgonzola says:

    The funniest moment was when this awkward show was finally over. It was a disaster right from the beginning. Putting on more categories wasn’t the best idea if there isn’t enough time to at least mention all winners.

  4. Bubbler says:

    And most hilarious was that not even all the awards were announced on stage. I mean wtf – Stana Katic got it backstage? Fav TV Drama wasnt even announced like so many other categories but we got that pretty painful comedy-crap from “two broke girls” – what the heck? I mean really. It’s about the awards and what people voted for and not e-level comedy nobody needs.
    I give you credit for Ellen – she was great. But well, when isnt she?

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