'2 Broke Girls' co-stars, Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs, are co-hosting the People's Choice Awards in January 2014.
Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs have been chosen to host the People's Choice Awards in January 2014. The hosts will be taking over from 'The Big Bang Theory' actress, Kaley Cuoco, who has hosted the ceremony for the last two years.
Kat and Beth at the People's Choice Awards 2014 Nominations Press Conference
The award show will be aired on CBS and a network typically choses television stars from their own shows to host, Dennings and Behrs fall into this category as they appear in the successful CBS series '2 Broke Girls'.
Executive producer Mark Burnett held a press conference for the announcement on Tuesday (Nov 5th).
"Kat and Beth are great additions to our People's Choice family and we are excited to have them host the show," Burnett said. "Their energy and charisma are a perfect fit for our audience."
Kate took to twitter to express her excitement for hosting the show, "It happened! Beth and I are hosting the 2014 People's Choice Awards! Voting starts now! Get in there #peopleschoice"
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