Kevin Hart leads nominations list for People's Choice Awards

The People’s Choice Awards nominees have been announced, with comedian and actor Kevin Hart leading the way with five nominations.

The Ride Along star is up for a host of awards including Best Movie Actor, while Marvel superheroes film Captain America: Civil War dominates the movie categories with seven nominations.

Brits up for prizes include Adele, who is up for Best Female Artist, Best Pop Artist and Favourite Comedy Collaboration for her and James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke performance.

Former One Direction bandmates Zayn Malik and Niall Horan face each other in the Favourite Breakout Artist category, while child star Millie Bobby Brown is up for Favourite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress for her role in the popular Netflix show Stranger Things.

Across 64 categories the prestigious awards are voted on by the general public and cover music, film, television and wider popular culture.

In 2016 Taylor Swift was the big winner, collecting both Favourite Female Artist and Favourite Pop Artist, while Ed Sheeran was awarded Favourite Male Artist.

::The People’s Choice Awards 2017 will take place on January 18.

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