People choose Jennifer, Halle and Johnny

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Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry, Johnny Depp and Carrie Underwood are among the stars who received multiple nominations at the 33rd Annual People's Choice Awards.

The nominees were announced Tuesday at a press conference at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills.

Stars Isaiah Washington, Kate Walsh, Neil Patrick Harris and Alyson Hannigan did the honors of announcing the top three selections in categories covering movies, music and TV, as compiled by a market research company.

Halle Berry was nominated for both "Favorite Female Movie Star" and "Favorite Female Action Star," while Jennifer Aniston was nominated for "Favorite Female Movie Star" and "Favorite On-Screen Match-Up."

Vince Vaughn, Aniston's match-up in "The Break-Up," was nominated for his half of their on-screen pairing, as well as "Favorite Leading Man."

Johnny Depp was nominated for "Favorite Male Action Star" as well as "Favorite On-Screen Match-Up." Matt Damon was nominated for "Favorite Leading Man" and also "Favorite On-Screen Match-Up" for his appearance alongside Jack Nicholson and Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Departed."

On the music side, country artists dominated the favorite singing categories, as Faith Hill and Carrie Underwood both received nominations for "Favorite Female Singer" and Trace Adkins, Kenny Chesney and Toby Keith were nominated for "Favorite Male Singer."

Shakira, nominated for "Favorite Female Singer" was the only non-country performer in either category. She was also nominated for "Favorite Pop Song" for her "Hips Don't Lie." The Red Hot Chili Peppers were nominated for both "Favorite Group" and "Favorite Rock Song," for their "Dani California." Carrie Underwood, besides her female singer nod, was also nominated for "Favorite Country Song" for "Before He Cheats."

Television nominations were fairly evenly spread among shows and networks. Among the nominees for "Favorite TV Drama" were such ratings powerhouses as "CSI: Criminal Investigation" and "Grey's Anatomy," alongside "House." The "Favorite TV Comedy" category recognized "The King of Queens," "My Name Is Earl," and "Two-and-a-Half Men."

"Desperate Housewives" star Eva Longoria scored a nomination for "Favorite Female TV Star," while fellow network star Patrick Dempsey a.k.a Grey's Anatomy "McDreamy" scored a nod for "Favorite Male TV Star."

A second round of nominations will be announced soon, including Favorite Movie, Favorite New TV Show and Favorite Remake of a Song. Fans can vote for all categories at PCAvote.com.

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