20th Annual Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and the Winners are...

20th ANNUAL NICKELODEON KIDS’CHOICE AWARDS SCREENS IN NEW ZEALAND.

The 20th annual Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards (KCA) hosted by singing sensation Justin Timberlake, screens exclusively on Nick NZ (Channel 41, SKY) on Saturday 28th April at 1pm and 9pm and Sunday 29th of April at 5pm.

A big slime-induced viewership record was set when the show screened live in the U.S on March 31, with a staggering 2.8 million kids aged six to 11 years old, watching the show. In the “tween” demographic, 2.6 million aged nine – 14 tuned in, both up on last year’s show. In total over 6.1 million viewers watched the show making it the biggest KCA event ever.

The show also set a record-breaking number of votes via online and text messaging with 40.8 million votes being cast by U.S kids.

Nickelodeon NZ Marketing Manager, Lauren Nola who attended the awards with the winners of Nick NZ’s KCA competition, 7yr old Natalia Carroll, 8yr old Breigh Biddle and their Mum’s, says the evening was phenomenal.

“Nick viewers can look forward to an amazing, star-studded show where kids reigned supreme!” says Lauren Nola, “Anything goes at the Kids Choice Awards, this year the Fave TV actor was announced by the pulling of a giant booger and thousands of kids went head to head in a burping competition against Justin Timberlake, not only an outstanding host, but also the reigning Best Burp champion.

“Sliming, burping, boogers, who could ask for anything more from an awards show?!”

No KCA would be complete without Nickelodeon’s tradition of covering guests in green slime. An unprecedented triple-star slime fest opened the show with green goo thoroughly soaking singer Mandy Moore, action star legend Jackie Chan and comedian Chris Tucker. Vince Vaughn also made history by reaping the rewards of the first-ever interactive sliming.

And not be out-done stuntman Ron Jones bungee jumped from a height of 225 feet and plunged into a bucket of Nickelodeon’s signature green slime 12-feet in diameter and five feet deep. American Idol host Ryan Seacrest provided colourful commentary for this sixth World Record Slime Stunt.

Stars on the night included Jack Black, Hilary Duff, Jessica Alba, Will Farrell and Tobey Macguire, amongst many more. Following her appearance at the Australian KCA’s also Bindi Irwin presented an award for Favourite Male Singer to host Justin Timberlake.

Grammy award superstar Gwen Stefani also rocked the crowd with songs from her new album “The Sweet Escape.”

New Zealand viewers can catch the biggest KCA’s ever exclusively on Nickelodeon (Channel 41 SKY) on Saturday 28th April at 1pm and 9pm and Sunday 29th of April at 5pm.

The following are Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards 2007 winners. Please shut your eyes if you want to know, before the screening.

MOVIES:

FAVORITE MOVIE

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

FAVORITE MOVIE ACTRESS

Dakota Fanning
FAVORITE MOVIE ACTOR

Adam Sandler

FAVORITE VOICE FROM AN ANIMATED MOVIE

Queen Latifah (Ice Age: the Meltdown)

MUSIC:

FAVORITE MUSIC GROUP

Black Eyed Peas

FAVORITE FEMALE SINGER

Beyonce
FAVORITE MALE SINGER

Justin Timberlake

FAVORITE SONG

Irreplaceable

(Beyonce)

TELEVISION:

FAVORITE TV SHOW

American Idol

FAVORITE TV ACTRESS

Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana)
FAVORITE TV ACTOR

Drake Bell (Drake & Josh)

FAVORITE CARTOON

SpongeBob SquarePants

WANNABE AWARD

Ben Stiller

SPORTS:

FAVORITE ATHLETE

Shaquille O’Neal

OTHER CATEGORIES:

FAVORITE VIDEO GAME

SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab

FAVORITE BOOK

Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling

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Nickelodeon, now in its 29th year globally and second year locally in New Zealand, is the number one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. Nick NZ airs 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is seen in over 700,000 households on SKY channel 41. On-air, Nick NZ features a wide array of original and acquired programming from animation to comedy, adventure and live action programs for kids aged 3 to 14 years. Nick NZ also owns and operates one of the few dedicated interactive kids websites in New Zealand – www.nicknz.co.nz.
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  • twighlight

    i would like to know where they are hosting the 2008 kids choice awards becaouse i am so going to be there after i find out were i can get tickets. can someone that was there in 2007 please tell me where i can get 7 tickets for the show i want to invite my cousins and aunt and uncle to so please reply to this.please.=~) =~p

  • ikra

    I think that the kca 07is a gr8 idea and also because they r in london .
    can u plez tell me how i can buy them or win them cause i really would love 2 go.
    many thanx ikra

  • smeetha jayakumar

    i couldn’t make it for this years kids choice awards…
    so if enyone knows were the next KCA is held and were i could get the tickets could u plz reply to this ASAP….

  • drdenise Phillips

    I would like to buy tickets for my family for the 08 Kids choice awards–please help me navagate this process thanks

  • jennandjoost
  • Germany

    Hey, I´m from Germany and I want to go to the Kids Choice Awards 2008! where they are and where can I buy ticktes?!
    xoxo

  • rebs

    i would also like to know where the 2008 awards will be hosted and how i could get tickets for this, any idea’s would be much appreciated, thankyou!

  • Brad Karatekid

    One of these day I would like some of those tickets because I would like to take 2 youth to the show at least. Thanks

  • isabella wehbe

    hi as you now my name is Isabella and i am nine i would love to now where my mum can buy tickets for 2008 kids choice awards we are waiting to hear from your reply ppppppppplllllllllllzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz we are waiting to go!!!

  • lauren j berry

    personaly i feel that the clips of laura, sy and mark in between the ads of shows are annoying. i don’t mind that there are clips of them in the adverts but i wish they weren’t for so long and they were inbetween two different shows instead of the current timetable. i love the idea of the KCA’s but i don’t see what some of the things they do on the show has to do with the KCA’s e.g what the heck are they talking about. i think that the items are too simple.

    yours lauren