Taylor Swift interrupted at another awards show
Olivia Munn jokingly held on to People's Choice statue during show
Poor Taylor Swift -- maybe she should start keeping security on stage when she accepts an award.
The 23-year-old country singer won the honor of favorite country artist at Wednesday's People's Choice Awards, but announcer Olivia Munn wasn't ready to leave the stage when Swift stepped up to the mic.
Seemingly doing her best impression of Kanye West, who famously interrupted Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, Munn held on to the People's Choice statue.
"Do you wanna thank me first?" she asked as Swift unsuccessfully tried to take her prize. Swift agreed, but Munn still didn't leave.
"This always happens," Swift said as Munn held on tight to the honor.
But it was all in jest as Munn, 32, tweeted after the ceremony:
"Had fun w/Johnny Galecki presenting @TaylorSwift13 her #PeoplesChoice Award. As a true country music fan, the People picked right ... *high-5*"
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