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2008 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award Winners

2008 Kids' Choice Awards: And the Kids' Choices Are . . .

Big stars! Lots of slime! Silly good times had by all! It can only mean one thing: Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards were back yet again over the weekend, and I have to say, I'm impressed with the turnout. Big stars walked the orange carpet to promote big films, including Harrison Ford and Shia LaBeouf, who showed up to get the kids pumped for the return of Indiana Jones.

However, to this crowd of tweens, no one — not even Harrison — could hold a candle to the superstar bonanza that is Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers. Apparently the screams were off the hook (as the kids say) when those acts took the stage. Oh, and then there was the moment when Heidi Klum was hoisted into the air on a cable and, as Reuters put it, "had to pop balloons with spikes attached to the derriere of her jumpsuit." That's fierce.

As for the actual honorees, Cameron Diaz took home the Wannabe Award for being a role model and raising awareness about environmental issues, which is certainly a step up from her previous Kids' Choice Award for burping. To see who else the kids voted for, just

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MOVIE
Alvin and the Chipmunks

ANIMATED MOVIE
Ratatouille

MALE MOVIE STAR
Johnny Depp

FEMALE MOVIE STAR
Jessica Alba

VOICE FROM AN ANIMATED MOVIE
Eddie Murphy, Shrek the Third

SONG
"Girlfriend," Avril Lavigne

MALE SINGER
Chris Brown

FEMALE SINGER
Miley Cyrus

MUSIC GROUP
The Jonas Brothers

TV SHOW
Drake and Josh

REALITY TV SHOW
American Idol

CARTOON
Avatar: The Last Airbender

TELEVISION ACTOR
Drake Bell, Drake & Josh

TELEVISION ACTRESS
Miley Cyrus, Hannah Montana

FAVORITE MALE ATHLETE
Tony Hawk

FAVORITE FEMALE ATHLETE
Danica Patrick

VIDEOGAME
Madden NFL '08

BOOK
Harry Potter (series)

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mamaseacat mamaseacat 8 years
The DJ on a radio station said, "Go see the Kids' Choice Award! It's a lot of fun even if you don't have kids." I had my doubts but checked it out anyway. It IS GOOD! It's such a down-to-earth awards show and it's so much fun! I loved seeing Harrison Ford get slimed. Will have to catch it again next year.
fashion4ward fashion4ward 8 years
I'm so excited Emile Hirsch presented, I literally screamed, it's sad, but I just love him. Except that he presented to those crappy Jonas Brothers, whose voices haven't hit puberty yet!
shevyblat shevyblat 8 years
drake and josh is a cute show and all but who would ever choose miley cyrus she's such a bad actress she's like avril l. cause-- [manly (almost only) girls from ages 9-13 acualy like them! i also like avril l. a little] but luckely kids and teens grow out of it!
Phasekitty Phasekitty 8 years
I have this distinct memory of when I was a kid and voting for the Kid's Choice Awards! They gave the numbers out on Snick and I would vote like a hundred times. The messages on the lines were the cast of All That saying thanks for voting. I seriously loved me some Nickelodeon- still kinda do :-P
Linda-McP Linda-McP 8 years
These tweens have good taste.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
I remember watching this awards show every year from '98-'04/05; that's when I outgrew it. I still think it's great for pre-teens since the ones winning are good role models & are entertaining for them. Although I must admit I do like the Jonas Brothers; their songs have a fun beat. I never heard of that cartoon; probably since I haven't watch nickelodeon in a 4-5 years. I might tune in one day to see what it's about; i'm sort-of curious,lol.
ASpoonfulofSugar ASpoonfulofSugar 8 years
Yay! for "Avatar: The Last Airbender" winning best cartoon! I don't know what it was up against in the category; but, I'm in my 20s and was turned onto the show by my younger cousins--I think it's fantastic! One of the best cartoon series EVER for any age (I know that's a big statement.) I would tell any parent to let their kid watch. Each episode is connected (i.e., it's an actual series), it is genuinely and cleverly humorous, and it has great themes about friendship, teamwork, choosing your own path in life, inner growth, good and evil and even the in-between. There is nothing like it on TV these days. Kudos to the creators! Can't wait for the new season!
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