Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres, photographed at the bi-coastal premiere of "The Ellen DeGeneres" show at Rockefeller Center in New York City on Sept. 8, 2015, delivered a heartfelt speech asking for more compassion in the world during the 2017 People's Choice Awards. Getty Images

No one has owned the People’s Choice Awards like Ellen Degeneres, and the comedian continued her success at the event at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles Wednesday night. She set a record with 20 total awards by adding three victories at the 43rd annual event.

Degeneres entered the night with three nominations, and she pulled off a clean sweep. She was named the winner for favorite animated movie voice, favorite daytime TV host, and favorite comedic collaboration.

After being introduced by Justin Timberlake, Degeneres gave another one of her trademark, wacky speeches. She credited mashed potatoes and monkeys for the win, joking that she wished animals could have voted for the award.

For her role in “Finding Dory,” Degeneres beat out Bill Murray, Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman and Kevin Hart. She finished ahead of Dr. Phil, Kelly Ripa, Rachel Ray and Steve Harvey for favorite daytime TV host. Conan O’Brien and James Corden were among the nominees for favorite comedic collaboration.

The 2017 People’s Choice Awards airs live on CBS at 9 p.m. EST. Check out the full list of nominees HERE and find out how to tune in online and on TV HERE.