People's Choice Awards 2019 Host, Presenters, Performers, Live Stream and Everything Else to Know

Celebrities across all genres of entertainment will walk the red carpet for the 45th annual People's Choice Awards on Sunday.

The awards ceremony will celebrate pop culture and the work of some of the biggest stars in Hollywood from musicians and performers to actors and artists, comedians, fashionistas, social media influences and podcasters too. Even everyone's favorite four-legged friends will be recognized for their contributions to the big and small screens over the past year.

For the second year, the E! Network will host the People's Choice Awards live from Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California. Event coverage will kick off on E! with the network's Live From the Red Carpet show at 7 p.m. ET followed by the actual awards ceremony at 9 p.m.

Read on to find out everything you need to know about the show from presenters and performers to the biggest nominations of the night.

People's Choice Awards Host, Presenters, Performers and More Show Info
Mila Kunis attends the People's Choice Awards 2018 at Barker Hangar on November 11, 2018, in Santa Monica, California. The awards show will air this year on November 10. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images

Who's hosting?

Similar to the 2019 Academy Awards and 2019 Emmy Awards, the People's Choice Awards have no designated host. Instead, several celebrities will grace the stage to not only present but walk audience members and viewers through highlights of pop culture's biggest moments of the year.

Who's presenting?

Dozens of A-listers are slated to hand out awards throughout the night, including David Spade, Jenna Dewan, Bellamy Young, Sarah Hyland, Joey King, Kelly Rowland, KJ Apa, Terry Crews Asante Blackk, Brittany Snow, D'Arcy Carden, Jacob Tremblay, Karamo Brown, Karen Gillan, Kat Dennings, Lucy Hale, Maggie Q, Rob Riggle, Sean Hayes, Storm Reid and Tom Payne. Athletes including Alex Morgan and Coco Gauff and fashion designer Jeremy Scott are also expected to present awards and announce performers.

Who's performing?

Grammy-winning singer Alessia Cara is set to take the stage along with Kelsea Ballerini, who was nominated for Best Country Album at the 2019 Grammy Awards, will belt out classics from her discography.

Who's getting the Icon Award?

Three leading ladies of Hollywood will take home icon awards at this year's ceremony including Jennifer Aniston, who is slated to receive the People's Icon Award, Fashion Icon Award winner Gwen Stefani and Pink, who will be honored with the People's Champion of 2019 Award.

Who's nominated?

Altogether, awards will be handed out in 43 different categories ranging from the movie of 2019 and the TV show of 2019 down to the pop podcast of 2019 and the Beauty Influencer of 2019. Dozens of prominent figures are nominated for awards but some of the biggest names include people like LeBron James, Megan Rapinoe, Ariana Grande, Jonas Brothers, Lizzo, Taylor Swift, Cardi B, Lil Was X, Bad Bunny, Drake, Jameela Jamil, Kristen Bell, Sterling K. Brown, Sophie Turner, Cole Sprouse and several others.

Can the show be live-streamed?

Viewers without access to television will still be able to catch the ceremony and red carpet arrivals via live stream on E!'s website and app on any smart device. However, they'll still need a cable provider login to access the stream. The stream is also available on NBC's website. Those with Hulu's Live TV service can catch the show in real time there too.