The Kids’ Choice Awards official Social Squad is unlike any other celebrity crew. Each member hails from a different part of the world: Germany, Denmark, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, the U.K., and the U.S.
For about four years now, American adults have been obsessed with a presidential election that happens… every four years. And though Nick gave you the chance to have your say in that race, they decided that they won’t make you wait another four years to stamp another ballot – it’s time to cast your votes for the 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards (KCA).
The awards show will hit your screens on Saturday, March 11, but voting is already going on across 28 categories, including some pretty cool new ones, including “Favorite Frenemies,” “Most Wanted Pet,” and “#Squad.” Start voting right now by clicking here. Want more KCA? There’s plenty here.
You can preview all the categories and nominees below, then vote. WWE superstar John Cena will host the event from Los Angeles. We’re not ready to announce who else will be there yet, but we can promise this much: there will be slime.
While you’re at it, check out Cena’s top five reasons why he’s pumped up to host the awards:
Nominees and categories for Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards (*new categories):
In the latest installment of Viacom’s award show employee sweepstakes, we sent six of our own Viacom superstars to witness the magic, the Moonmen, and the momentum at Madison Square Garden for MTV’s 33rd annual VMAs.
Here’s what our winners found most thrilling about the VMAs.
The family-friendly slime-fest that is Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Sports Awards lit up Nickelodeon, TeenNick, and Nicktoons for millions of fans on Sunday, July 17. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson again hosted the event, which celebrated some of the biggest stars in sports and included appearances from two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry, Cy Young Award-winning Major League Baseball pitcher CC Sabathia, legendary skater Tony Hawk and many others.
But even with this powerhouse lineup springing onto the stage at Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles, the real stars remained the kids—from the thousands in attendance to the many more watching from home. Their online votes determined the winners, with voting on Nick.com and the Nickelodeon App increasing by 40 percent over last year.
Check out these incredible moments below, and then visit the website for more slime, sports, and surprises.
Fans get slimed while participating in a basketball contest onstage during the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sports Awards 2016. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
Local and International Nick Talent, including Big Time Rush, Victoria Justice and GRACHI’s Isabella Castillo and Andres Mercado
Victoria Justice, star of hit Nickelodeon series Victorious, visited Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires as part of her participation in Meus Premios Nick and Kids’ Choice Awards Argentina. During her visit, Victoria took part in several press and promotional activities including a press junket at the Renaissance Hotel to speak about Victorious, her participation at this year’s Meus Premios, her singing career and her upcoming movie Funsize. Read More
by Rich Barry, Viacom International Media Networks
With more than 300 million households worldwide awaiting the increasingly global Kids’ Choice Awards, failure’s not an option for 2012 host Will Smith. So when he gets a call from a “creepy hater voice” telling him he’s going to fail, celebrities from around the world join forces to help our superstar host on his mission to make it to the show – and to become “the best host ever.”
Check out the promos to watch Will Smith get transported to the Kids’ Choice Headquarters in the UK and Australia…and the “Quartier Generale Del Kids’ Choice” in Italy, of course, where he’s catapulted in a human slingshot.