Here's a little real talk for you: As far as the People's Choice Awards goes, even though I am apart of what can be called "the people," watching that particular awards show is generally not my first choice. Sure, I'll generally tune in for a bit, but honestly, there are Friends episodes to rewatch on Netflix that are more worth my time. However, this year, I have to say: This is making me change my tune a bit. According to People, the People's Choice Awards presenters list has just added A-listers like Amy Adams, Chris Evans, and Melissa McCarthy — amongst many others.
The awards show, which will be held Wednesday night, will join the already announced list of presenters including Robert Downey Jr., Ellen DeGeneres, Viola Davis, Betty White, and Lady Gaga, as well as the ceremony's hosts Anna Faris and Allison Janney.
In other words: Yes, Melissa McCarthy, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, and Betty White will be in the same place at once, along with a ton of other celebs that rate very highly on the coolness scale. Is it just me, or did the People's Choice Awards just become must-see viewing tonight? Because it so, so did.
To tune in, the show will air tonight on CBS at 9 PM EST, with the special red-carpet pre-show set to begin an hour prior at 8 PM EST.