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2009 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award


2009 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award

There were plenty of stars, slime and smiles as the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards returned to Melbourne’s Hisense Arena on Friday, featuring this year’s bedazzling host Delta Goodrem, co-hosts Good Charlotte’s Joel and Benji Madden and special guest star Miranda Cosgrove, from Nickelodeon’s hit show, iCarly.

Nickelodeon once again honoured select celebs with their special slime, which this year began even before the official awards show out on the Orange Carpet when the ‘OC’ was transformed into a giant Slime Slide challenge between OC hosts Luke & Wyatt, Dash & Will and Dean Geyer and Sam Clarke!

After a spectacular opening act by Delta & the Maddens, the show was in full spectacular swing. A bag of orange blimps was doshed out to stars as voted by kids.  Winners included Rove, Miranda Cosgrove, Jessica Mauboy and Guy Sebastian to name a few.

A selection of great shots from the big night is now available for media to download from:

www.nickelodeon.com.au/kcamediacentre

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Catch all the action from the 7th Annual Australian Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards premiering exclusively on Nickelodeon NZ (SKY channel 041) on Friday 27th November @ 5.00pm with the following encore screenings:

Saturday 28th November @ 8.00am & 8.30pm

Sunday 29th November @ 8.00am & 9.00pm

Monday 30th November @ 6.30pm

Wednesday 2nd December @ 5.00pm

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