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Last night, Sandra Bullock walked away with a coveted People’s Choice Award for favorite movie actress. The star took home the prize for her role in Gravity.
Gravity is a science-fiction thriller directed by Alfonso Cuaron. It focuses on two astronauts dealing with the destruction of a space station while stranded. Bullock starred with George Clooney in the film.
Bullock called starring in Gravity her “best life decision.” The 49-year-old added that she prepared by practicing pilates and learning to move carefully to match lighting and cameras.
She told The Associated Press in October, “I learned so much on a daily basis. And I just went wow, isn’t that funny how being miserable every day physically and then emotionally because of work then turns — makes you open to whatever is coming your way."
Other winners at The People’s Choice Awards included Justin Timberlake for his album The 20/20 Experience and Chris Golfer for favorite comedic TV actor for his work on Glee. Ellen DeGeneres won her 14th People’s Choice Award for favorite daytime TV host, according to The Hollywood Reporter.