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Video: OneRepublic and Sara Bareilles Perform at 2014 People's Choice Awards

January 9, 2014 (9:03 am) GMT
The Ryan Tedder-fronted band performs their hit single 'Counting Stars' while Bareilles belts out her 'Brave'.

rocked the stage at 2014 People's Choice Awards which was held at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater on Wednesday night, January 8. Ryan Tedder and his bandmates excited the crowd with an energetic live performance of "Counting Stars", which is one of their most popular songs.

OneRepublic, who was nominated for Best Group at the annual awards show, wasn't the only performer at that night's event. delivered a special performance of her hit single "Brave". Accompanied by band members who played cellos, electric guitar and drums, Sara played the piano as she belted out the song.

Country star also made an appearance at the show. He took the stage in his signature cowboy hat and casual shirt while playing his yellow-and-pink electric guitar and singing his single, "The Mona Lisa".

In the middle of his performance, Paisley walked off the stage and sang very close to the audience members in the front row. Without pausing his song, he took a fan's phone and took some pictures with it.

The 2014 People's Choice Awards wrapped up with taking home three awards from various music categories. Other big winners were and , who won two awards each.

OneRepublic's performance:


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