People's Choice Awards: Best, Worst & Most Random Moments

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The 2017 People's Choice Awards are in the books.

And those books will forever tell us that Johnny Depp, Ellen DeGeneres and Grey's Anatomy were among the major winners.

But forget who took home the trophies.

Which stars were involved in the moments that truly stood out from the show? Let's find out!

1. Best Joke

Best Joke
Take it away, host Joel McHale: "2016 was an interesting year. We all watched as a longtime government insider squared off against an egotistical billionaire. I'm speaking of course about Captain America: Civil War."

2. Silliest Sketch

Silliest Sketch
At one point, some unfamous guy named Dwayne Johnson and an actual rock were in the running for Favorite Dwayne Johnson. The rock one (and Johnson uttered "Bullsh-t," which was pretty funny.)

3. Most Notable Snub

Most Notable Snub
Jennifer Lopez finally won a People's Choice Award after eight tries. But she didn't mention Drake at all in her acceptance speech!

4. Biggest Third Wheel

Biggest Third Wheel
It's hard to feel bad Luke Hemsworth when he looks like this. But McHale repeatedly referred to the Westworld actor as "the third one" in relation to brothers Liam and Chris.

5. Best Speech

Best Speech
Kevin Hart went up on stage thanked the people, along with God, in his acceptance speech. However, one ex-colleague was most definitely NOT worthy of Hart's praise: "This one goes to all the co-stars I’ve had except The Rock," Hart said. "He hasn’t helped me at all. He actually lessened my talent."

6. Best Message

Best Message
Lively won for Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress for The Shallows. Which is hilarious in and of itself. She referenced the Spice Girls more than most people, but ended with a great message for young women: "No one can limit you."

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