After watching this, I now think less of Glenn Powell.

And I’m still holding to my general policy of dismissing any award-winner with a twangy yokel accent (like Lainey Wilson, say) who thanks “my Lord and savior Jesus Christ” for helping to make her success complete. Wilson’s speech immediately reminded of Ronee Blakley‘s “Barbara Jean” character in Robert Altman‘s Nashville (’75).

That said, Wilson’s black cowboy hat is much nicer than mine.

@peopleschoice Natasha Bedingfield joins the stage with Glen Powell and Sydney Sweeney to first remind you that the rest is still unwritten and, second, tell you that the winner for Female Country Artist is… @Lainey Wilson!! ✨ #PCAs ♬ original sound – People’s Choice Awards