2016 Kids' Choice Awards
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|2016 Kids Choice Awards|
|Date||March 12, 2016|
|Hosted by||Blake Shelton|
|Produced by||Elizabeth Kelly,
and Shelly Sumpter Gillyard
|Directed by||Joe DeMaio|
The 29th Annual Kids' Choice Awards was held live on March 12, 2016, at the The Forum in Inglewood, California live on Nickelodeon and either live or on tape delay across all of Nickelodeon's international networks and also served as a full-length TV movie. Country singer Blake Shelton hosted the ceremony. A simulcast was also carried in the United States on sister channels Nicktoons, TeenNick, TV Land, and CMT, as well as on Nick Radio, to maximize ratings numbers, the show drew 3,321,000 on Nickelodeon and 4.426 million on all the channels put together.
There was one award that wasn't announced during the ceremony, the award for Favorite TV Actor – Kids Show. However, Ross Lynch won the award after the ceremony ended. A new series, School of Rock, which is based on the 2003 film of the same name, premiered after the ceremony.
- Will Arnett presented a preview of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
- Ellen DeGeneres presented Favorite Animated Movie
- John Stamos and Keke Palmer presented Favorite Movie
- Anthony Anderson and Heidi Klum presented Favorite Female TV Star – Kids Show
- Neel Sethi and Brec Bassinger presented Favorite Talent Competition
- The cast of Dance Moms introduced Charlie Puth and Wiz Khalifa
- Meghan Trainor and Grant Gustin presented Favorite TV Show
- Martin Tyler, Alan Smith and the cast of Game Shakers presented Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie
- Dove Cameron and Rob Gronkowski presented Favorite Music Group
- Jason Sudeikis and Josh Gad presented a preview of The Angry Birds Movie
- Lizzy Greene introduced Silentó
- Debby Ryan and Sarah Hyland presented Favorite Cooking Show
- Chris Evans and Robert Downey, Jr. presented a preview of Captain America: Civil War
- Laura Marano and Chloe Bennet introduced DNCE
Other appearances include:
- The nominees were announced on February 2, 2016.
- New categories (if any) are labeled with an asterisk (*) symbol.
- Winners are listed in bold.
|Favorite Movie||Favorite Movie Actor|
|Favorite Movie Actress||Favorite Animated Movie|
|Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie|
|Favorite Music Group||Favorite Male Singer|
|Favorite Female Singer||Favorite Song Of The Year|
|Favorite New Artist||Favorite Collaboration*|
|Favorite Book||Favorite Video Game|
Favorite Asian Sports Star
Favorite Pinoy Personality
Favorite Brazilian Artist
Favorite French singerEdit
Favorite Italian SingerEdit
Favorite Italian YoutuberEdit
Germany, Austria, SwitzerlandEdit
- Julien Bam
- Dagi Bee
The Netherlands & BelgiumEdit
Favorite Dutch Celebrity
Favorite Flemish Celebrity
- Acid (Belgium)
- Beautynezz (The Netherlands)
- Dylan Haegens (The Netherlands)
- Enzo Knol (The Netherlands)
- Furtjuh (The Netherlands)
- Unagize (Belgium)
Favorite Polish StarEdit
- Filipe Gonçalves
Favorite Music ActEdit
UK & IrelandEdit
UK Favourite Music ActEdit
UK Favourite TipsterEdit
UK Favourite Fan FamilyEdit
UK Favourite Famous CatEdit
UK Favourite Sports StarEdit
UK Favourite Breakthrough VloggerEdit
UK Favourite Music VideoEdit
- Blake Shelton- The host was the mystery celebrity slimed at the end of the show.
- Fifth Harmony- The girls were slimed whilst collecting the 'Best Female Group'award.
Middle East and North AfricaEdit
Favorite Arab Act
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