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Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2010 Premieres

The Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2010 Premieres

23 October


Hailed as Australasia's most popular kids' TV event, the Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards (KCAs) returns to Kiwi screens with a star-studded line-up of slimed-up celebs hosting, presenting, performing and partying hard!

This year's Nickelodeon Australia Kids' Choice Awards (KCAs) gave kids the slime of their lives with the famed Orange Carpet attracting an exciting flow of celebs in Sydney followed by a spectacular show that airs in New Zealand on Nickelodeon (SKY channel 041) this weekend (Saturday 23 October @ 7pm).

Among the highlights you can catch on screen this year were Fave TV Show for Nickelodeon's iCarly, Hottest Hottie went to Justin Bieber, Katy Perry won Fave Song and Fave Movie Star went to Miley Cyrus.

Rove was winner in the Awesome Aussie category, he revelled in the slimey excitement making an unexpected appearance from the slime fountain. This year included another new feature - the Slime Room - a hot tub filled with warm green slime, for the enjoyment of those brave enough to take the plunge! An unprecedented 6 tonnes of slime was used at this year's awards, double the amount of any previous Aussie KCAs.

A star studded cast of presenters included Australian X-Factor judges Guy Sebastian and Natalie Imbruglia. Also strutting their stuff as presenters were the final three contestants from Australia's Next Top Model, Former Miss Universe Australia and Dancing with the Stars celebrity Rachael Finch, the winner and runner-up of Masterchef Australia. Adding a Kiwi flavour to the mix, the glamorous ANTM judge Charlotte Dawson and Australian Idol winner Stan Walker were on hand to perform presenting duties too.

Make sure you don't miss the slickest, Nickest, slimiest party EVER! This year's Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards in Sydney, filled with heaps of your favourite celebs, stunts and, most importantly - SLIME! Watch all the action in the premiere screening here exclusively on Nickelodeon on Saturday 23 October @ 7pm (SKY channel 041).

The Australian Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2010 premieres exclusively on Nickelodeon NZ (SKY channel 041) on Saturday 23 October @ 7pm with the following encore screenings:

Sunday 24th October @ 8.05am

Monday 25th October @ 5.30pm

About Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon, now in its 30th year globally and third year locally in New Zealand, is the number one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. Nickelodeon New Zealand airs 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is seen in over 700,000 households on SKY channel 041. On-air, Nickelodeon features a wide array of original and acquired programming from animation to comedy, adventure and live action programs for kids aged 3 to 14 years.

About Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

2010 marks the 8th year of the Australian Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards - the biggest live event for kids in Australia, boasting massive audience participation with over 1.2 million votes cast. It is the only televised awards show in Australia that grants kids the power to vote for their favourites and gives both the kids and the stars "the slime of their lives"! The US Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards show first premiered in 1987 to great success. Since then, Nickelodeon has launched eight fully localised versions around the globe. Today it is a worldwide phenomenon, with the show being watched in more than 205 million households across Nickelodeon's 34 channels. Annual KCA events now take place in the US, Brazil, Mexico, Sweden, Holland, Italy, China, the UK and Australia.

For more information, images or interview requests please contact: Di Schnauer 021 555 335 / di@noodlehq.co.nz Or visit http://nicknz.co.nz

To select from a wide range of high res images for download, go to:

www.nickelodeon.com.au/kcamediacentre

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