The seventh annual Streamy Awards are set to stream (obviously) live on Twitter on Tuesday night, but two dozen winners were already announced on Sunday, with Hollywood heavy hitters like Ryan Reynolds and Ariana Grande taking home top prizes.
Reynolds and Honest Trailers took home the Streamy for best “Performance,” thanks to its Logan-Deadpool trailer mashup — beating out stiff competition from The Rock and Casey Neistat. Grande won for top “Cover Song” for her updated version of Judy Garland’s “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
Hosted by YouTuber EpicLloyd, the awards were handed out at the Streamy Premiere Awards in Santa Monica. Other winners included “Rhett & Link’s Buddy System” for top comedy series, The Young Turks getting the best “News and Culture” nod, and fitness channel “blogilates” winning the “Sports and Wellness” category over ESPN’s “30 for 30 shorts” and NBA champ Kevin Durant.
The most prestigious Streamys — the “Creator of the Year” and “Show of the Year” titles — are still up for grabs; they’ll be announced on Tuesday when the Streamys go live at 9:30 p.m. ET.
The show will be hosted by Jon Cozart.
Fans can vote for their favorite content makers up through the beginning of the show tomorrow by tweeting out their Streamy-specific hashtag. So if you’re, for some reason, a “Jake Pauler,” you can fire off #JakeForStreamys and add a vote for him to win the “creator” prize.