Hugh Laurie, Carrie Underwood, ‘Dark Knight’ Win At People’s Choice Awards

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Ellen DeGeneres and “Dancing with the Stars” were early winners at the People’s Choice Awards.

“I wish I could share this with you,” DeGeneres told the audience while clutching her trophy for favorite talk show host. “I could throw it on the ground and smash it into a million pieces, and give each one of you a little piece of it, but that’s violent, and that’s probably why you voted for me, because I’m not violent.”

VIEW THE PHOTOS: People’s Choice Awards 2009 Red Carpet

Other winners selected by Internet voters in categories spanning movies, television and music included “Dancing With the Stars” as favorite reality show, Chris Brown as favorite male singer, Hugh Laurie for favorite male TV star and “American Idol” winner Carrie Underwood as favorite female singer, star under 35 and country song for “Last Name.”

A complete list of winners at the 35th annual People’s Choice Awards: 

VIEW THE PHOTOS: Reese Witherspoon

-- Movie: “The Dark Knight” 

-- Family movie: “WALL-E”

-- Action movie: “The Dark Knight”

VIEW THE PHOTOS: Carrie Underwood

-- Comedy movie: “27 Dresses”

-- Drama movie: “The Secret Life of Bees”

-- Independent movie: “The Secret Life of Bees”

-- Favorite cast: “The Dark Knight”

-- Male movie star: Will Smith

-- Leading man: Brad Pitt

-- Male action star: Will Smith

-- Female movie star: Reese Witherspoon

-- Leading lady: Kate Hudson

-- Female action star: Angelina Jolie

-- On-screen matchup: Christian Bale and Heath Ledger, “The Dark Knight”

-- Superhero: Christian Bale as Batman, “The Dark Knight”

-- TV drama: “House”

-- TV comedy: “Two and a Half Men”

-- TV animated comedy: “The Simpsons”

-- Sci-fi/fantasy show: “Heroes”

-- Reality show: “Dancing With the Stars”

-- Game show: “Deal or No Deal”

-- Male TV star: Hugh Laurie

-- Female TV star: Christina Applegate

-- Talk show host: Ellen DeGeneres

-- Scene-stealing guest star: Robin Williams, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”

-- TV drama diva: Kyra Sedgwick as Brenda Johnson, “The Closer”

-- New TV comedy: “Gary Unmarried”

-- New TV drama: “The Mentalist”

-- Male singer: Chris Brown

-- Female singer: Carrie Underwood

-- Group: Rascal Flatts

-- R&B song: Alicia Keys, “No One”

-- Pop song: Katy Perry, “I Kissed a Girl”

-- Rock song: Kid Rock, “All Summer Long”

-- Country song: Carrie Underwood, “Last Name”

-- Hip-hop song: Flo Rida featuring T-Pain, “Low” 

-- Combined forces: Jordin Sparks featuring Chris Brown, “No Air”

-- Song from a soundtrack: “Mamma Mia” from “Mamma Mia!” 

-- Funny male star: Adam Sandler

-- Funny female star: Tina Fey

-- Star under 35: Carrie Underwood 

-- Online sensation: “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog”

-- User-generated video: “Barack Roll”

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