Miley Cyrus Crying Kids’ Choice Awards 2009


Miley Cyrus insists that her emotional response at the 2009 Kids’ Choice Awards was genuine. The 16-year-old was so shocked and overjoyed tearful when she picked up the Favorite Female Singer at last Saturday’s ceremony that she burst into tears. “I was a little embarrassed,” Miley told MTV News on Wednesday. “But then again, I…

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The Pussycat Dolls Kids’ Choice Awards 2009 Performance Video

High School Musical 3, Miley Cyrus, and The Jonas Brothers won big at Nickelodeon’s 22nd Annual Kids’ Choice Awards in Hollywood Saturday night. Over 90 million viewer votes were cast at Nick’s Web site. In this video clip from last night’s show, hosted by “The Rock” Dwayne Johnson, The Pussycat Dolls perform “Jai Ho” and…

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Leonardo DiCaprio Kids’ Choice Awards “The Big Green Help Award”


Leonardo DiCaprio to being honored for his “big green” efforts. The actor and philanthropist will be presented with a new environmentally friendly award at this weekend’s Kids’ Choice Awards on Nickelodeon. On Saturday, March 28, Leo will be given the first “Big Green Help Award” by Cameron Diaz in recognization of his efforts to help…

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Chris Brown Kids’ Choice Awards Nominations Withdrawn

Embattled R&B crooner Chris Brown has removed his name from the 2009 Kids Choice Awards ballot, The Associated Press has learned. The move comes after Nickelodeon was urged to disqualify the “Kiss Kiss” star from contention over his felony arrest for assaulting nominee Rihanna in Los Angeles last month. “Chris Brown has decided to withdraw…

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Nickelodeon Won’t Drop Chris Brown As Kids’ Choice Awards Nominee


First they vamp-up Dora The Explorer…and now this…. Nickelodeon says it has no plans to remove Chris Brown as a nominee for its 2009 Kids’ Choice Awards, despite the singer’s felony arrest for allegedly beating up his girlfriend Rihanna. Chris is accused of punching, biting, and choking during an incident in Los Angeles last month.…

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