See Where Your Favorite Celebs Are Sitting At People’s Choice Awards 2017

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People’s Choice Awards 2017 is just a few hours away and if you’re curious as to which of your favorite stars are attending the big night, you need only check out our sneak peek of where everyone’s sitting!

While we can’t show you the full seating chart, we can divulge that quite a few of your favorite stars will be within arms-length of each other as the night goes on.

For starters, it looks like Favorite Male Artist nominee Justin Timberlake will find himself in some pretty good company when he gets settled into his seat at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The “Can’t Stop The Feeling” singer is sitting near Favorite Movie Actor nominee Tom Hanks and Favorite Comedic TV Actress nominee Sofia Vergara.

 

 

Meanwhile, John Stamos is keeping his Fuller House cast close. The actor, who’s currently reprising his role as Uncle Jesse in Netflix’s hit revival series, is sitting right in front of the rest of his Fuller House family. We’ve got a feeling they’ll all be banding together when the time comes to announce this year’s Favorite Premium Comedy Series.

The Fuller House cast is also sitting pretty close to none other than this year’s Favorite Comedic Movie Actor nominee Dwayne Johnson. We’re sure the combination of all of these amazing stars is bound to make this particular corner of the theater one of the coolest places to be!

Finally, in what may be the most perfect trifecta of the night, it looks like Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress Blake Lively and Favorite Dramatic TV Actress Priyanka Chopra will be sitting right in front of People’s Choice Awards 2017 performers Fifth Harmony. We can’t be the only ones excited to see all that girl power within arms reach of each other!

Be sure to tune in tonight to see where the rest of your favorite stars are sitting at People’s Choice Awards 2017!

Hosted by Joel McHale, People’s Choice Awards 2017 airs live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles tonight (Wednesday, Jan. 18) at 9 p.m. ET (delayed PT) on CBS.