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Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Main
Main Logo of KCA
Genre Adults & Kids of Nickelodeon
Created by Alan Goodman
Albie Hecht<poop
Starring various stars (see below)
Country of origin Flag usa logo USA
No. of episodes 100000000""""""
Production
Running time Approx. 90–120 min.
including commercials
Broadcast
Original channel The N, Nickelodeon, NickToons
Original run 08 September 2007 – Present
(Next Is: 2017)
Links
Official Site Nick.com
IMDb profile IMDb
TV.com summary TV.com summary


The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, also known as the KCA's and/or Nick Choice Awards, is an annual awards show that airs on the Nickelodeon cable channel, which airs live and is usually held and telecast live (though with a three-hour time delay for those watching in the Pacific Time Zone or on the Nick 2 feed on digital cable that simulcasts the Pacific time zone feed) on a Saturday night in late March or early April (since 2007, the show has been held on the last Saturday in March), that honors the year's biggest television, movie, and music acts, as voted by Nickelodeon viewers. Winners receive a hollow orange blimp figurine, a logo outline for much of the network's 1984-2010 era, which also functions as a kaleidoscope.

The show features numerous celebrity guests and musical acts. In recent years, slime stunts have been incorporated into the show. The KCA's also host live entertainment. It has also been known to overwhelmingly cover people with the network's trademark green slime. Britney Spears has won the most KCA awards. Rosie O'Donnell has hosted the most KCA awards. Spongebob Squarepants has won the "Best Cartoon" award for seven out of eight nominations, by far the most honored animated series by the ceremony.

Next Air Date & Host

Air Date: Saturday, March 23 2019
Host: Chris Jericho

Performers

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History

Alan Goodman, Albie Hecht and Fred Seibert started the awards show as The Big Ballot in 1986, named for the ballots kids voted with. To vote, the viewers would send in ballots and then before the show the ballots would be counted and the winners would tape a thank you video that would show during the programme. In 1988, it was renamed the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, and made into a live award show.

The award was configured into the current blimp shape/kaleidoscope in 1990; previously a golden statuette with a child figure holding up an orange stick was awarded. The only change to the award since that time has been to change the embossed logotype on the side of the trophy for 2010 to fit the network's new logo typeface.

As the Internet came into widespread use, the voting eventually moved from a combination of 900 number telephone voting and ballots either mailed or completed at Pizza Hut locations, to moving exclusively online to the network's website and by 2007, text messaging. Early years of Internet voting had the early adoption complications of ballot stuffing and even adults voting before a new system where only one vote per Nick.com account became the procedure for voting on the awards (although it is probable adults still cast votes via the texting option, which is connected to a phone number only rather than a screenname, or by creating an account with a false age or having their children vote for a chosen subject in their stead). In 2010, an iPhone application and mobile browser voting was also added.

The 2009 KCAs featured a new award called "The Big Green Help Award" (the award is colored in green to further the theme) which goes to the celebrity who goes above and beyond to help the environment. The inaugural award was presented to Leonardo DiCaprio. For the 2010 awards, the "The Big Green Help" award was renamed "The Big Help" award, with First Lady Michelle Obama winning the first award under the rename.

Unlike traditional awards shows, the Kids' Choice Awards uses other items to announce an award winner rather than a traditional envelope. The show sometimes uses balloons, T-shirts, models, giant letters, and even a foot (2008). In contrast to the trend of declining ratings for awards shows, the Kids' Choice Awards has gone from strength to strength, setting new ratings records each of the past four years (2005–2009).

Voting for Canadians became available for the 2010 ceremony with the inauguration of Nickelodeon Canada in November 2009.

In June 2010, Nickelodeon Latin America announced a Kids' Choice Awards for Mexico. Other countries with their own Kids' Choice Awards: Brazil, United Kingdom, Australia, and Indonesia.

Voting & Awards

Voting Poll

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Awards

Categories in italics indicate this year winner.
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Awards Categories
This Years "2018"
Categories Nominees Are The Winner Is
Favorite TV Show (Kids Show) The Big Bang Theory

The Flash

Fuller House

Henry Danger

K.C. Undercover

Power Rangers Ninja Steel

Stranger Things-W

The Thundermans

Winner:
Stranger Things
Stranger Things
Favorite TV Show (Family Show) N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Favorite Reality Show N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Favorite Cartoon ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks

The Loud House

SpongeBob SquarePants-W

The Simpsons

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Winner:
SpongeBob SquarePants
SpongeBob SquarePants 2018
Favorite Male TV Star Jack Griffo – The Thundermans as Max Thunderman

Grant Gustin – The Flash as Barry Allen / The Flash

Andrew Lincoln – The Walking Dead as Rick Grimes

Jace Norman – Henry Danger as Henry Hart / Kid Danger-W

Jim Parsons – The Big Bang Theory as Dr. Sheldon Cooper

William Shewfelt – Power Rangers Ninja Steel as Brody Romero

Winner:
Jace Norman
Jace Norman- HD
Favorite Female TV Star Millie Bobby Brown – Stranger Things as Eleven-W

Candace Cameron Bure – Fuller House as D.J. Tanner-Fuller

Kaley Cuoco – The Big Bang Theory as Penny

Lizzy Greene – Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn as Dawn Harper

Kira Kosarin – The Thundermans as Phoebe Thunderman

Zendaya – K.C. Undercover as K.C. Cooper

Winner:
Millie Bobby Brown
Millie bobby brown-KCA
Favorite Movie Beauty and the Beast

The Greatest Showman

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle-W

Pitch Perfect 3

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Wonder Woman
Winner:
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
Jumanji 2
Favorite Movie Actor Ben Affleck – Justice League as Bruce Wayne / Batman

Will Ferrell – Daddy's Home 2 as Brad Whitaker

Kevin Hart – Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle as Franklin "Mouse" Finbar

Chris Hemsworth – Thor: Ragnarok as Thor

Dwayne Johnson – Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle as Dr. Smolder Bravestone-W

Chris Pratt – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 as Peter Quill / Star-Lord

Winner:
Dwayne Johnson
Dwayne Johnson-Jumanji
Favorite Movie Actress Gal Gadot – Wonder Woman & Justice League as Diana Prince / Wonder Woman

Anna Kendrick – Pitch Perfect 3 as Beca Mitchell

Daisy Ridley – Star Wars: The Last Jedi as Rey

Zoe Saldana – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 as Gamora

Emma Watson – Beauty and the Beast as Belle

Zendaya – Spider-Man: Homecoming as Michelle "MJ" Jones & The Greatest Showman as Anne Wheeler-W

Winner:
Zendaya
Zendaya- Siderman
Favorite Animated Movie Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

Cars 3

Coco-W

Despicable Me 3

Ferdinand

The Lego Batman Movie

Smurfs: The Lost Village

Winner:
Coco
Coco
Favorite Voice From An Animated Movie N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Favorite Villain N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Favorite Butt-Kicker N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
BFF’s (Best Friends Forever) N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Favorite Frenemies N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Most Wanted Pet N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
#Squad N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Favorite Music Group The Chainsmokers

Coldplay

Fifth Harmony-W

Imagine Dragons

Maroon 5

Twenty One Pilots

Winner:
Fifth Harmony
Fifth harmony 2018
Favorite Male Singer DJ Khaled

Luis Fonsi

Kendrick Lamar

Bruno Mars

Shawn Mendes-W

Ed Sheeran

Winner:
Shawn Mendes
Shawn Mendes 2018
Favorite Female Singer Beyoncé

Selena Gomez

Demi Lovato-W

Katy Perry

P!nk

Taylor Swift

Winner:
Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato 2018
Favorite Song "Despacito (Remix)" – Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber

"HUMBLE." – Kendrick Lamar

"I'm the One" - DJ Khaled feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper & Lil Wayne

"It Ain't Me" – Kygo and Selena Gomez

"Look What You Made Me Do" – Taylor Swift

"Shape of You" – Ed Sheeran-W

"That's What I Like" – Bruno Mars

"Thunder" – Imagine Dragons

Winner:
"Shape of You" – Ed Sheeran
Shape of You – Ed Sheeran
Favorite Breakout Artist(New) Cardi B

Alessia Cara

Camila Cabello-W

Noah Cyrus

Khalid

Harry Styles

Winner:
Camila Cabello
Camila Cabello 2018
Favorite New Artist N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Favorite Music Video N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Favorite DJ/EDM Artist N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Favorite Soundtrack N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Favorite Viral Music Artist N/A Winner:
N/A
No Nominees Yet or TBA
Favorite Global Music Star Black Coffee

BTS-W

Zara Larsson

Maluma

Taylor Swift

The Vamps

Winner:
BTS
BTS 2018
Favorite Dance Trend(New) "The Backpack Kid"/"Swish Swish", Russell Horning and Katy Perry, Saturday Night Live-W

"The Lemon Challenge", N.E.R.D and Pharrell Williams

"The Milly Rock", Jesse Lingard goal celebration

"The Rolex", Ayo & Teo

"The Shoot Dance", BlocBoy JB

"The Stir Fry", Migos

Winner:
"The Backpack Kid"/"Swish Swish", Russell Horning and Katy Perry, Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live 2018
Favorite Video Game Just Dance 2018-W

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Minecraft

Star Wars Battlefront II

Super Mario Odyssey

Winner:
Just Dance 2018
Just Dance 2018
Favorite Funny YouTube Creator(New) DanTDM

Dude Perfect

Liza Koshy-W

Markiplier

Miranda Sings

Alex Wassabi

Winner:
Liza Koshy
Liza Koshy-KCA
Liza's Youtube Ch.
Favorite Musical YouTube Creator(New) Ayo & Teo

Jack & Jack

Johnny Orlando

Jacob Sartorius

JoJo Siwa-W

Why Don't We

Winner:
JoJo Siwa
JoJo Siwa 2018
JOJO's Youtube Ch.
Lifetime Achievement Award For: N/A Special Winner:
No Special for 2018
And The Achievement Winner Is
International nominations Also there "International nominations" not listed here please look at the wikipedia page for the main KCA nominations for the full list "HERE" <<< N/A (Looks at List)

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Locations

2009 KCA Orange Carpet

Finishing up with the "Orange Carpet" for the Kids' Choice Awards outside of Pauley Pavilion, UCLA campus

The Kids' Choice Awards are typically held in Los Angeles, California. They have been held at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, the Hollywood Bowl, the Grand Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, and Universal Studios in Universal City, California, but mostly at Pauley Pavilion on the UCLA campus. The show will seek an alternate venue for the next few ceremonies due to renovations at Pauley until 2012.

Timeslot and use to launch new series

Typically the program airs for 90 minutes from 8:00 PM (ET/PT) to 9:30 PM, after which either a high-profile program or episode debut takes place, the network's equivalent to the post-Super Bowl time slot. Past program debuts in this slot have included The Brothers Garcia, Rugrats: All Grown Up!, SpongeBob SquarePants, CatDog, Danny Phantom, Back at the Barnyard, The Penguins of Madagascar and most recently Victorious.
(The 2012 KCA will have the air time of the show list below)

The following are list of programs that have aired at the 9:30 PM timeslot:

Program

Year Program
1996 All That (rerun)
1997 The Angry Beavers (series premiere)
1998 CatDog (series premiere)
1999 SpongeBob SquarePants (series premiere)
2000 Caitlin's Way (new episode)
2001 The Brothers García (new episode)
2002 The Nick Cannon Show (new episode)
2003 All Grown Up! (series premiere)
2004 Danny Phantom (series premiere)
2005 Drake & Josh (season premiere)
2006 Romeo! (season premiere)
2007 SpongeBob SquarePants (season premiere)
2008 Dance on Sunset (series premiere)
2009 The Penguins of Madagascar (new episode)
2010 Victorious (series premiere)
2011 Victorious (season premiere)
2012 How To Rock (new episode)
2013 Monsters vs. Aliens (series premiere)
2014 Instant Mom (new episode)
2015 Harvey Beaks (series premiere)
2016 School of Rock (series premiere)
2017 Hunter Street (series premiere)
2018 Knight Squad (new episode)
2019
2020

Hosts

There was no host in 1986. By this time, it was The Big Ballot when there was no show in 1987.

Year Host(s)
1988 Dan Schneider
Debbie Gibson
Brian Robbins
Tony Danza
1989 Nicole Eggert
Wil Wheaton
1990 Dave Coulier
Candace Cameron Bure
David Faustino
1991 Corin Nemec
1992 Paula Abdul/ joshua grimes
1993 Brian Austin Green
Holly Robinson
Tori Spelling
1994 Joey Lawrence
Candace Cameron Bure
Marc Weiner
1995 Whitney Houston
Rick Adams
1996 Whitney Houston
Rosie O' Donnell
1997 Rosie O' Donnell
1998 Rosie O' Donnell
1999 Rosie O' Donnell
2000 Rosie O' Donnell
David Arquette
LL Cool J
Mandy Moore
Frankie Muniz
2001 Rosie O' Donnell
2002 Rosie O' Donnell
2003 Rosie O' Donnell
2004 Cameron Diaz
Mike Myers
2005 Ben Stiller
2006 Jack Black
2007 Justin Timberlake
2008 Jack Black
2009 Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
2010 Kevin James
2011 Jack Black
2012 Will Smith
2013 Josh Duhamel
2014 Mark Wahlberg
2015 Nick Jonas
2016 Blake Shelton
2017 John Cena
2018 John Cena (2nd time)
2019 Chris Jericho
2020 TBA

Hosts after 2003

After Rosie O' Donnell's final show as host in 2003, Nickelodeon started picking other celebrities to host, mainly based on child appeal and upcoming film projects targeted at a younger audience. Mike Myers and Cameron Diaz hosted the show in 2004, coinciding with their upcoming film, Shrek 2. In 2005, Ben Stiller was the host, as Madagascar was released a month later. Justin Timberlake hosted in 2007 to promote Shrek the Third. In 2006, Jack Black hosted the show to promote Nacho Libre and once again in 2008 to tie in with Kung Fu Panda, then in 2011 for the latter film's sequel. Dwayne Johnson hosted the 2009 ceremony, ahead of the release of Race to Witch Mountain. Kevin James hosted the 2010 show to promote Grown Ups. Will Smith hosted the 2012 ceremony ahead of the May 25 release of Men in Black 3.

To host twice or more

Jack Black hosted in 2006 and 2008, and so far the first host after Rosie O'Donnell to host the show at least twice. Candace Cameron and Whitney Houston were the first hosts before O'Donnell to host at least twice (Cameron 1990 and 1994, Houston 1995 and 1996).

Special colored awards

These blimps are not orange like the regular blimps and the winners are chosen by the Nickelodeon staff. There is the gold Hall of Fame Award (1991–2000), the silver Wannabe Award (2001–2008), the green Big Green Help Award (2009–present) and the silver glitter Big Help Award (2010-present). The blimps will sport a new Nickelodeon logo, which was shown to viewers late 2009.

The Hall of Fame Award

The Hall of Fame Award (a gold version of the Blimp award) was presented to those whose accomplishments, fame and popularity set them above everyone else. Initially, the award was chosen by the kids from a slate of nominees. Actors, athletes and singers were all eligible for the award, with ballots containing nominees from multiple categories.

Hall of Fame Award winners

Year Winner(s)
1991 Paula Abdul
1992 Arnold Schwarzenegger
1993 Robin Williams
1994 Boyz II Men
1995 Whitney Houston
1996 Tim Allen
1997 Will Smith
1998 Tia Mowry & Tamera Mowry
1999 Jonathan Taylor Thomas
2000 Rosie O'Donnell

The Wannabe Award

The Wannabe Award (a silver version of the Blimp award) is presented to the best celebrity role model or inspiration (or the person whom the kids want to be like). The winner is determined prior to the awards, and is not voted upon by the kids. As of 2009, the only person to have won the Wannabe award and the Hall of Fame award is Will Smith. These awards replaced the Hall of Fame awards following the show in 2000.

Wannabe Award winners

Year Winner
2001 Tom Cruise
2002 Janet Jackson
2003 Will Smith
2004 Adam Sandler
2005 Queen Latifah
2006 Chris Rock
2007 Ben Stiller
2008 Cameron Diaz

The Big Help Award

The Big Green Help Award (a green version of the Blimp award) is presented to the celebrity who goes above and beyond to help the environment. This blimp was first featured on a KCA update promo with Lily Collins announcing the new award.[1] Originally, Cameron Diaz's award was supposed to be a Big Green Help award because she was to have received hers for helping the environment. Instead it was postponed until the following year when this award replaced it and Diaz presented the first award to Leonardo DiCaprio.

Big Green Help Award winners

Year Winner
2009 Leonardo Dicaprio

Big Help Award winners

Year Winner
2010 Michelle Obama, First Lady
2011 Justin Timberlake
2012 Taylor Swift

Lifetime Achievement Award

The Nickelodeon Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to a person who has done a lot of work for the channel and has helped to make kids laugh.

Lifetime Achievement Award Winners

Year Winner
2014 Dan Schneider

Slimed celebrities

Final Slime a

The final slime at the 2010 Kids' Choice Awards

During a Kids' Choice Awards, sometimes a celebrity might not know when they are going to be slimed onstage or offstage. Hosts have also been slimed, mostly in the finale of the show. Below is a list of all the celebrities that have been slimed over the past years at the Kids' Choice Awards. It does not mention any celebrities in 1992 because the audience was slimed instead.

In 2006, the idea was that whoever could guess the secret slime phrase would get slimed, and no one could guess it. Toward the end of the event, Robin Williams was able to guess the answer, allowing the sliming to proceed.
(note: 2012 KCA mark the first time they Slime a "Mystery Celebrities" & the 1st was "Justin Bieber"
Who will be next in the future?)

Year Slimed Celebrity (ies)
1988 Les Lye
1989 Bill Kirchenbauer
1990 Dave Coulier
Wil Wheaton
1991 Corin Nemec
1993 Jonathan Taylor Thomas
Zachary Ty Bryan
Taran Noah Smith
1994 James Earl Jones
1995 Mark Curry
1996 Queen Latifah
1997 Rosie O'Donnell
1998 Sean "Diddy" Combs
1999 Randy Savage
Rozonda Thomas
2000 Will Smith
2001 Tom Cruise
'N Sync'
Melissa Joan Hart
Rosie O'Donnell
2002 Adam Sandler
Pink (singer)
2003 Jim Carrey
Rosie O'Donnell
2004 Mike Myers
Mary-Kate Olsen & Ashley Olsen
2005 Will Ferrell
Johnny Depp
Ben Stiller
2006 Robin Williams
Jack Black
2007 Chris Tucker
Jackie Chan
Mandy Moore
Nicole Kidman
Steve Carell
Tobey Maguire
Vince Vaughn
Justin Timberlake
2008 Orlando Bloom
Brendan Fraser
Harrison Ford
Jack Black
2009 Jesse McCartney
Hugh Jackman
Sandra Bullock
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
Jonas Brothers
2010 Jackson Rathbone
Jerry Trainor
Katy Perry
Fred Figglehorn
Tina Fey
Steve Carell
Kevin James
2011 Russell Brand
Rico Rodriguez
Snoop Dogg
Kaley Cuoco
Heidi Klum
Jason Segel
Josh Duhamel
Jim Carrey
Jack Black
2012 Halle Berry
Chris Colfer
Heidi Klum
Taylor Lautner
Will Smith
The Miz
The Big Show
Jeff Sutphen
Justin Bieber (Mystery Slimed Star)
2013 Pitbull
Dwight Howard
Neil Patrick Harris
Sandra Bullock
Amanda Seyfried
Josh Hutcherson
Josh Duhamel
Nick Cannon
2014 Pharrell Williams
Kaley Cuoco
Jack Reynor
Austin Mahone
Cody Simpson
David Blaine
Shaun White
Dave England
Mark Wahlberg
2015 The Cast of Modern Family
Shawn Mendes
Josh Gad
Nick Jonas
5 Seconds of Summer
Jack Griffo
Kira Kosarin
Diego Velazquez
Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting
2016 John Stamos (John Stamos on KCA 2016)
2017 Demi Lovato
Chris Pratt
Kevin Hart
John Cena
2018 Liza Koshy
Cree Cicchino
Mel B
Heidi Klum
Jojo Siwa
Laurie Hernandez
Barbie (animated segment)
Shawn Mendes
John Cena
2019
2020
  1. Slime stunts

Started in 2002, the show began its annual World Record Slime Stunts. Olympians, extreme sports superstars and daredevils participate in special stunts performed live on national television—often involving landing into the trademark green slime.

Year Celebrity (ies) Stunt synopsis
2002 Dave Mirra The Bicycle Motocross pro-biker broke his own record for a double back flip on a BMX bike and landed in a 5,000 gallon tank of green slime.
2003 Tony Hawk The skateboarding champion skateboarded into an 11,000 gallon tank of green slime.
2004 Mat Hoffman The BMX pro performed the "World Record Skydiving Bike Jump" landing in a lakefull of green slime.
2005 Donald Trump The billionaire at the time enjoying a resurgence of popularity with his TV series [The Apprentice "fired" a human canonball into the air, landing in a net laced with green slime.
2006 Ryan St. Onge In a live remote from the Utah Olympic Park in Park City, Utah, the U.S. Olympic Freestyle Aerial Skier skied into 10,000 gallons of green slime.
2007 Ron Jones Bungee jumping into a pool of slime.
2008a Jack Black
Orlando Bloom
Kids Choice 2008 had many slime stunts all hosted by professional boxer Laila Ali. Depending on the outcome of the stunt, a certain amount of green slime was added to a slime vat backstage which was called throughout as the "Slime Meter". The slime was used later on at the end of the show, in supposedly the "World's Longest Celebrity Sliming," in which Orlando Bloom joined host Jack Black to be slimed for one solid minute. Host Black even remarked about how 27 tons of slime (the grand total) could fit in a vat that only held 25 tons.
2008b Akon In the first stunt, affectionately called the "Slime-o-Lition Derby", the pop star had 45 seconds to ride the Kids' Choice Bobble Head Kart. The choices were the shark-themed "Jaws Jalopy", a hot dog-shaped "Weiner Wagon" and the winner, the Jack Black Bobble Head Kart which was essentially a go-kart with a giant Jack Black head on the top. Akon successfully completed the course adding 10 tons of slime to the vat, "plus 5 for finishing" bringing the total to 15 tons.
2008c Usher (entertainer) The famous hip hop singer performed the second stunt manning a "slime hose," firing at a [[sumo wrestling and propelling the poor guy in the costume along a long platform. The amount of slime added to the vat was determined by how far the "human target" was propelled by the spray of slime. Viewers voting online picked the sumo wrestler over his competitor, the Scuba diver. The "human taget" was launched all the way to the 5-ton mark bringing the total of slime in the vat to 20 tons.
2008d Heidi Klum The last stunt was performed by the German supermodel or as host Black called her "Heidi the Human Dart". Klum was attached by a harness to a long cable, allowing her to swing freely in which she did. Armed with a pad of spikes, she swung between her platform and what was a trampoline-like wall covered in slime balloons. For every slime balloon Klum popped in 30 seconds, one more ton of slime was added to the vat. Kids voted online to determine exactly what type of spike pad Klum would use to pop the balloons. The choices were the hand-worn "mittens" and the winner the "butt pad" which unanimously beat out the mittens. Klum popped 7 balloons on the wall, adding 7 more tons of slime to the vat and bringing the total of slime in the vat to 27 tons.
2009 Will Ferrell The comedian-actor slid down a slime-covered slide that was placed on top of Janss Steps on the UCLA campus, on a luge head first into a pool of slime.
2010a Apolo Anton Ohno Two stunts were featured at the 2010 awards. First, eight-time 2010 Winter Olympics medalist Ohno making his first appearance on KCA was catapulted into slime by sling shot with the help of WWE Superstar John Cena. Ohno did not actually perform the slime stunt. His flight through the air was digitally inserted.
2010b Jerry Trainor
Jackson Rathbone
Nicola Peltz
For the second stunt, to promote The Last Airbender stars Peltz and Rathbone along with iCarly star Jerry Trainor were featured in a bending-slime event. Since Peltz's character can bend water, she decided to bend slime and slimed Trainor and Rathbone.
2011 Kelvin Ramer Ramer's monster truck, rebodied and relivered for the event, jumps over a 50-foot Nickelodeon blimp award into a pool of slime. It was hosted by Paul "The Big Show" Wight who said that it was the most dangerous Kids' Choice slime stunt ever.
2012 The Big Show and The Miz A slime themed wrestling match between The Big Show and The Miz. When either The Big Show or The Miz hits the special cannons on each corner of the ring, slime shoots out and covers the audience. The Big Show defeated The Miz when he threw him over the ring and into a pool of slime. Afterwards The Big Show is slimed for his ultimate reward.
2013 N/A N/A
2014 Dave England and Jukka Hilden Kids got pick between 3 slime stunts and the one of the highest amount of votes would win. It was between Ultimate Slime Rodeo, High Speed Bathtub Race or a Slippery Obstacle Course, eventually the slime rodeo won. Both Dave and Jukka rode on Horses that were slime hoses and whoever held on the longest would win. Dave eventually held on the longest and won.
2015 Cast of The Thundermans Slime Car Wash
2016 TBA TBA
2017 Coming 2017 Coming 2017

2019 Slime Moutotn

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