Becky G Wins Her First-Ever People’s Choice Award

Becky Gis the gente’s choice…

The E! People’s Choice Awards have been handed out, with the 22-year-old Mexican American bilingual singer-songwriter picking up her first-ever trophy.

Becky G

The “Mayores” singer took home the award for Latin Artist of the Year, besting the likes of Bad BunnyDaddy YankeeKarol G, Maluma and J Balvinand more.

Noah Centineo picked his first People’s Choice trophy as well…

The 23-year-old part-Puerto Rican actor was named The Comedy Movie Star of 2019 for his performance in Netflix’sThe Perfect Date.

Camila Cabello has picked up her first PCAas a solo artist…

The 22-year-old Cuban and Mexican American singer and former Fifth Harmony member took home the award for The Song of 2019 for her chart-topping collaboration with Shawn Mendes, “Señorita.”

Cabello had previously won twice for Favorite Group (2016, 2017) as a member of 5H.

In all, more than one billion votes were cast during this year’s PCAs voting period.

Here’s the full list of People’s Choice Awards 2019 winners:

People’s Champion Award: Pink
Fashion Icon Award: Gwen Stefani
People’s Icon of 2019: Jennifer Aniston

MOVIES

The Movie of 2019Avengers: Endgame
The Comedy Movie of 2019Murder Mystery
The Action Movie of 2019Avengers: Endgame
The Drama Movie of 2019After
The Family Movie of 2019Aladdin
The Male Movie Star of 2019: Robert Downey Jr., Avengers: Endgame
The Female Movie Star of 2019: Zendaya, Spider-Man: Far From Home
The Drama Movie Star of 2019: Cole Sprouse, Five Feet Apart
The Comedy Movie Star of 2019: Noah Centineo, The Perfect Date
The Action Movie Star of 2019: Tom Holland, Spider-Man: Far From Home
The Animated Movie Star of 2019: Beyoncé, The Lion King

TV

The Show of 2019Stranger Things
The Drama Show of 2019Stranger Things
The Comedy Show of 2019The Big Bang Theory
The Reality Show of 2019: Keeping Up with the Kardashians
The Competition Show of 2019America’s Got Talent
The Male TV Star of 2019: Cole Sprouse, Riverdale
The Female TV Star of 2019: Millie Bobby Brown, Stranger Things
The Drama TV Star of 2019: Zendaya, Euphoria
The Comedy TV Star of 2019: Kristen Bell, The Good Place
The Daytime Talk Show of 2019The Ellen DeGeneres Show
The Nighttime Talk Show of 2019: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
The Competition Contestant of 2019: Hannah Brown, The Bachelorette
The Reality Star of 2019: Khloé Kardashian, Keeping Up With the Kardashians
The Bingeworthy Show of 2019: Outlander
The Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show of 2019Shadowhunters

MUSIC

The Male Artist of 2019: Shawn Mendes
The Female Artist of 2019: Billie Eilish
The Group of 2019: BLACKPINK
The Song of 2019: Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, “Señorita”
The Album of 2019: Taylor Swift, Lover
The Country Artist of 2019: Blake Shelton
The Latin Artist of 2019: Becky G
The Music Video of 2019: BLACKPINK, “Kill This Love”
The Concert Tour of 2019: BLACKPINK, BLACKPINK 2019 World

POP CULTURE

The Social Star of 2019: David Dobrik
The Beauty Influencer of 2019: Bretman Rock
The Social Celebrity of 2019: Ellen DeGeneres
The Animal Star of 2019: Doug the Pug
The Comedy Act of 2019: Kevin Hart
The Style Star of 2019: Harry Styles
The Game Changer of 2019: Simone Biles
The Pop Podcast of 2019: Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley and Tanya Rad

Camila Cabello Pulls a Rare Double as She Earns First No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Havana”

It’s a rare double for Camila Cabello

The 20-year-old Cuban and Mexican singer and former Fifth Harmony Member has reached the summit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated January 27) for the first time, as “Havana,” featuring Young Thug, rises from No. 2 to No. 1.

Camila Cabello

The song was released on SYCO/Epic Records and is the 1,070th No. 1 in the Hot 100‘s history, which dates to the chart’s August 4, 1958, inception.

Cabello’s Hot 100 coronation accompanies her No. 1 entrance on the Billboard 200 albums chart with her debut solo set, Camila.

Additionally, “Havana” becomes Cabello’s first No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart, jumping from No. 5 with a 34 percent gain to 44.9 million U.S. streams in the week ending January 18, according to Nielsen Music.

The track charges 4-2 on Digital Song Sales (which it led for two weeks), up 57 percent to 80,000 downloads sold in the week ending Jan. 18, aided by a 69-cent iTunes Store sale price. It claims the Hot 100’s top gains in both streaming and sales.

On Radio Songs (which it topped for four frames), “Havana” holds at No. 2, with 131 million in all-format airplay audience (down 5 percent) in the week ending Jan. 21.

Cabello had previously peaked as high as No. 4 on the Hot 100 both as a soloist and a member of vocal group Fifth Harmony, which she departed in December 2016. Her own “Bad Things,” with Machine Gun Kelly, hit No. 4 on February 11, 2017, while 5H‘s “Work From Home,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign, reached the same rank on June 11, 2016.

“Havana” spent seven (nonconsecutive) weeks at No. 2 before topping the Hot 100. That’s the most time for a song at the runner-up spot before hitting No. 1 since Justin Bieber‘s “Sorry” logged a record-tying eight weeks at No. 2 in 2015-16 prior to leading for three weeks beginning January 23, 2016.

“Havana” hits No. 1 in its 23rd week on the Hot 100, equaling the longest rise to the summit for a song by a female artist in the Hot 100’s history. It matches Sia‘s “Cheap Thrills,” featuring Sean Paul, in 2016, and Patti Austin‘s “Baby, Come to Me,” with James Ingram, in 1982-83.

Only six songs overall have taken more scenic routes to No. 1 than those three, led by Los Del Rio‘s “Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)“: 33 weeks in 1995-96.

Beyonce was the last artist to earn both firsts as a soloist simultaneously, with “Crazy in Love,” featuring JAY-Z, and Dangerously in Love, on July 12, 2003. The song began an eight-week Hot 100 reign the same week that her first solo album apart from Destiny’s Child (and including “Crazy”) launched at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

Still, Beyoncé had previously topped both charts as a member of Destiny’s Child.

Counting purely first weeks at No. 1 on the tallies overall, Cabello is the first artist to earn both firsts in the same week since Britney Spears, whose “…Baby One More Time” ascended to No. 1 on the Hot 100 dated Jan. 30, 1999, the week that her debut album of the same name opened atop the Billboard 200.

Meanwhile, Cabello is the first artist to top both the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 concurrently at all since Kendrick Lamar, who did so “Humble.” and DAMN., respectively, on May 6, 2017.

The last woman to double up at No. 1 on the charts before Cabello this week? Rihanna, with “Work,” featuring Drake, and ANTI, nearly two years ago (April 2, 2016).

Fifth Harmony Earns Its First Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 Single with “Work From Home”

Ally Brooke Hernandez, Camila Cabello and Lauren Jauregui have worked their way to a special milestone.

The Latina singers and their fellow Fifth Harmony bandmates have achieved their first top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with “Work From Home,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

Fifth Harmony

The song, the debut single from the all-girl group’s upcoming album 7/27, moved up 12-10 on the chart dated April 16 

With the advance, the quintet passes its prior best rank, first set when “Worth It,” featuring Kid Ink, reached No. 12 last August.

The group’s new single jumps 6-4 on Digital Songs (89,000, up 34 percent); 8-5 on Streaming Songs (14.4 million, up 20 percent); and 22-17 on Radio Songs (49 million, up 22 percent). The track, already a No. 1 on the Billboard + Twitter Trending 140, previews 5H‘s upcoming album 7/27, a nod to the date (in 2012) that the act formed on Fox’s The X Factor. The set arrives May 20 and follows the group’s debut full-length, 2015’s Reflection.

“Work From Home” additionally flies the flag for girl groups, becoming the first Hot 100 top 10 by a girl group this decade. The last such hit? The Pussycat Dolls‘ “When I Grow Up,” which became the act’s fourth and final top 10, reaching No. 9 back in July-August 2008.