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2013 Kids' Choice Awards

26th Kids' Choice Awards
Logo of KCA 2013
Date March 23, 2013
Location USC Galen Center, University Park, Los Angeles
Host Josh Duhamel
Television/Radio coverage
Network Nickelodeon
Runtime 90 minutes
Viewership 12 million (total)
5.8 million (Saturday)
Producer
  • Production company:
    Bob Bain Productions
  • Executive producer:
    Bob Bain
    Marjorie Cohn
    Paula Kaplan
Director Joe DeMaio
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Kids' Choice Awards at the Galen Center on Jefferson Boulevard at Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA

Nickelodeon's 26th Annual Kids' Choice Awards were held on March 23, 2013, at the Galen Center in Los Angeles, California. Actor Josh Duhamel hosted the ceremony.[1] The "Orange Carpet" was set up in front of Galen Center on the sidewalks of Jefferson Boulevard. Voting on the 22 categories began on Thursday, February 14, 2013.

Presenters and performers, and stunts

Host

Musical performers

Presenters

Guest appearances

Nominees and winners

Movies

Music

Television

Sports

Other categories

Events within the show

Slimed Celebrities

In a pre-show promo, Josh Duhamel was slimed while revealing that he was the 2013 Kids' Choice Awards' host. Duhamel was also seen bathing in a bathtub full of slime during the promo. During the show, Josh Hutcherson, Amanda Seyfried, and a group of kids appeared in a special green room to advertise the upcoming movie "Epic". They were slimed by Mub and Grub from the movie.

During the Show:

  • Pitbull – During the opening of the show, Pitbull and Christina Aguilera performed "Feel This Moment". Once the performance ended, Pitbull was drenched in a torrent of slime caused by Christina pushing a button.
  • Dwight Howard – Josh Duhamel challenged Dwight Howard to a basketball dunking competition. Duhamel made one dunk and Howard made the other and told him how it was supposed to be done. After Howard's dunk, the basketball hoop rained green slime on the famed basketball star.
  • Neil Patrick Harris and Sandra Bullock – During Neil Patrick Harris and Sandra Bullock's presentation, the two stars were covered in green slime while trying figuring out was Harris' special magic wand could do.
  • Josh Duhamel and Nick Cannon – At the end of the show, Duhamel and Cannon took part in a special zip line stunt to reveal the winner of "Best Male Buttkicker". After Dwayne Johnson won the award, he surprised the two stars with a grand finale of green slime all over them and the audience near the stage.

International Distribution

Regional Awards

Favorite Asian Act (Asia)

Favorite Star (Germany/Austria/Switzerland)

Favorite Latin Artist (Latin America)

Favorite Star (Netherlands/Belgium)

References

  1. ^ Zach Johnson, Josh Duhamel Will Host Nickelodeon's 26th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, US Magazine, January 23, 2013
  2. ^ Haley Longman, Find Out Who's Performing With Pitbull at the 2013 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards!, OK!USA, March 12, 2013
  • http://family-room.ew.com/2013/02/13/kids-choice-awards-2013-tv-nominees-exclusive/
  • https://web.archive.org/web/20140122184504/http://www.nick.com/kids-choice-awards/all-winners/

External links

  • Nick.com's Official Kids' Choice Awards website
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