Kevin Hart is officially back, and he received the best gift yet since his horrifying car accident.

Hart made an appearance at E!'s People's Choice Awards 2019 where he got nominated for three award categories. Out of all nominations, he bagged the Favorite Comedy Act Award for his first Netflix stand-up special, "Kevin Hart: Irresponsible."

While walking through the center stage to accept the award from Robert Downey Jr., Kanye West's "Stronger" played in the background to welcome the "stronger Hart" back. Co-artists and audiences got on their feet and gave him an all-out standing ovation and congratulated him for the award.

"First and foremost, thank God because I definitely don't have to be here," Hart told the audience, referring to the car incident he was involved in nearly two months ago. The Sep. 1 crash caused fractures three parts of his spine and resulted in emergency surgery.

Hart also stated that as he received the award, it made him appreciate his life more and the things that really matter -- his family. He acknowledged the efforts of his wife and kids who "stepped up to the plate" for the entertainer.

To cap off his acceptance speech, Hart told his fans that they play a vital role which hones the entertainers to become the people they are now.

"Your energy. Your support. It means the world, and I truly want to thank you guys for being there for me in my difficult time," Hart added.

The "Jumanji" star also received nominations for Comedy Movie Star of the Year ("The Upside") and Animated Movie Voice Award ("The Secret Life of Pets 2").

Aside from his public appearance, Hart also made a comeback online when he pulled off a hilarious Halloween costume inspired by his best friend Dwayne Johnson.

Hart shared on his Instagram page a photo of him copying the iconic 1990s costume of Johnson. He even made a collage of the original photo and his "The Rock cosplay" that made everyone laughe, including The Rock himself.

The actor also previously posted a video on his Instagram page about the accident and the process of his recovery.

"Life is funny because some of the craziest things that happen to you end up being the things that you needed most," Hart said in the video. He confessed that after the incident, he started seeing his life differently as well as the way he offered appreciation for life.

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