Los AngelesTy Dolla SignKehlaniMidlandKaty PerryKendrick LamarTaylor SwiftMadonnaDemi LovatoPrinceBob DylanMiley CyrusWaleSt. VincentFoo FightersBeckFuture IslandsCold War KidsSufjan StevensImagine DragonsBrand NewWeezerJason IsbellRyan AdamsLana Del ReyLupe FiascoAlice CooperWillie NelsonKelly ClarksonGwen StefaniMarilyn MansonSheryl CrowKeshaJohn MayerBrad PaisleyLinkin ParkParamorePitbullMaroon 5Randy NewmanFifth HarmonyRise AgainstJohn MellencampHaimBlake SheltonThe Flaming LipsFaith HillChristina GrimmieDJ KhaledThe KillersAvenged SevenfoldT.I.Eminem"Weird Al" YankovicDan AuerbachMatisyahuEvanescenceQueens of the Stone AgeNine Inch NailsPinkTim McGrawFergieTLCLittle MixReba McEntireKeyshia ColeLauren AlainaFat JoeLea MicheleCheap TrickLCD SoundsystemMastodonDropkick MurphysGucci ManeTori AmosJack JohnsonConvergeLeAnn RimesNew Found GloryAlison KraussConor OberstBob SegerThe NationalOmar Rodríguez-LópezL.A. GunsIced EarthAFIDeerhoofBlondieWaxahatcheeBleachersFoster the PeopleAndrew McMahonWalk the MoonJustin Townes EarlePerfume GeniusTy SegallVince StaplesChelsea WolfeClap Your Hands Say YeahSurfer BloodKelelaWavvesCloud NothingsAlgiersTorresShabazz PalacesThe World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to DiePaul van DykRick RossMigosLuke BryanChris StapletonDarius RuckerRascal FlattsHalseyHopsinBoyz II MenEchosmithPrince RoyceFutureLady AntebellumRachel PlattenZac Brown BandBebe RexhaJidennaSevyn StreeterHollywood UndeadBell Biv DeVoeThomas RhettLee BriceTrainKelsea BalleriniLee Ann WomackFlogging MollyGoldfinger311Dan WilsonMavis StaplesRostam BatmanglijGregory PorterChris BaioKip MooreJaden SmithBrantley GilbertMichael BoltonThird DayNicky JamStevie JJessie James DeckerBrett EldredgeChris YoungOld DominionRaeLynnGranger SmithNatalie HembyDanielle BradberyRemy MaJoey BadassPVRISMargo PriceStone SourThe UsedHalestormDirty HeadsPortugal. The ManThe War on DrugsThe OrwellsRancidSteel PantherDanny GokeyEamonStory of the YearLittle Big TownThe ChainsmokersThe Cadillac ThreeManchester OrchestraWashed OutMystery SkullsMisterWivesShaman's HarvestPapa RoachJohn MorelandJoywaveAt the Drive-InCirca SurviveGuided by VoicesNFCode OrangeBody CountSleigh BellsGrizzly BearThe ShinsHansonFleet FoxesSpoon98 Degrees!!!Paula ColeSun Kil MoonMinus the BearSleeping with SirensLogicFastballThe Pains of Being Pure at HeartProphets of RageCultsSanctuaryPalisadesFuturisticKhalidSydPnB RockMarc E. BassyCarly PearceJacob SartoriusAmber CoffmanJustin BieberRihannaChris BrownBig SeanLady GagaLordeAdeleAriana GrandeColdplayBruno MarsSelena GomezNicki MinajCarrie UnderwoodTwenty One PilotsX AmbassadorsDay WaveFitz and The TantrumsThe WeekndChastity BeltKaleoSteve AokiG-EazyDaddy YankeeFrench MontanaJustin TimberlakeEnrique IglesiasCalvin HarrisMariah CareyEd SheeranPentatonixKenny ChesneyJ. ColeDierks BentleyKeith UrbanHarry StylesMiranda LambertLouis TomlinsonJohn LegendFlo RidaAndy GrammerShawn MendesYoung ThugRomeo SantosCole SwindellMajor LazerAlessia CaraClean BanditFlorida Georgia LineSam HuntDaft PunkJon PardiZayn MalikJosé FelicianoShakiraRae SremmurdMetro BoominDustin LynchDan + ShayMaren MorrisLuis FonsiDayaMichael RayKodak BlackPartyNextDoorAJRJames ArthurKygoWham!DJ SnakeZeddTravis ScottSkip MarleyNat King ColeLil YachtyBrett YoungMartin GarrixDylan ScottMarian HillBrenda LeeSkatersMarshmelloNiall HoranHailee Steinfeld21 SavageRag'n'Bone ManLil Uzi VertOlivia O'BrienNoah CyrusLuke CombsAminéTee GrizzleyJon BellionUgly GodBobby HelmsYFN LucciBeyoncéVince GillChance the RapperSturgill SimpsonMaxwellJohn ScofieldSZAJohn WilliamsThundercatSolange KnowlesDolly PartonJuan GabrielCherMegadethMiles DavisYo-Yo MaBTSCage the ElephantJesse & JoyVicente FernándezLalah HathawayGreg KurstinZiggy MarleySarah JaroszBobby RushLori McKennaKirk FranklinLauren DaigleSnarky PuppyDesiignerFlumeILEJoey + RoryTamela MannWilliam BellMark O'ConnorPitchfork Music Festival 2017Jacob CollierChucho ValdésFantastic NegritoJay ZDrakeSiaHollywood RecordsMarilyn MansonBest of 2015 in American MusicBest of American Music 2016Best New MusicBest of Country Music 2017

Nickelodeon's 29th Kids' Choice Awards

Nickelodeon's 29th Kids' Choice Awards

March 12, 2016
March 12, 2016
Inglewood and Los Angeles
Inglewood and Los Angeles


The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, also known as the KCAs or Kids Choice Awards, is an annual awards show that airs on the Nickelodeon cable channel, which is usually held on a Saturday night in late March or early April, 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 1984–2009 era, which also functions as a kaleidoscope.[1]

The show features numerous celebrity guests and musical acts. In recent years, slime stunts have been incorporated into the show. The KCAs also host live entertainment. It has also been known to overwhelmingly cover people with the network's trademark green slime. The series SpongeBob SquarePants has won the most KCA awards, with twelve overall through the series' run. Individually, Will Smith has won the most trophies with ten, followed by Selena Gomez (9), Miley Cyrus and Amanda Bynes (7), Britney Spears (5), Hilary Duff and Justin Bieber (4), Beyonce (4), Ross Lynch (3), One Direction (3), Drake Bell and Taylor Swift. Whoopi Goldberg is the only person to have won a Kids' Choice Award, along with the mainstream "EGOT" combination of an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony. Rosie O'Donnell (8) and Jack Black (3) have hosted the show the most times.

More Info


Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a 2015 American epic space opera film directed, co-produced, and co-written by J.
Hotel Transylvania 2
Hotel Transylvania 2 is a 2015 American 3D computer animated fantasy-comedy film.
Jennifer Lawrence
American actress
bornAugust 15, 1990
Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.
Will Ferrell
An American actor, writer, and comedian
bornJuly 16, 1967
Irvine, California, United States
Resides inOrange County, California, U.S.

Photos - Arrivals (1)211


Blake Tollison Shelton (born June 18, 1976)[1] is an American country music singer and television personality. In 2001, he made his debut with the single "Austin". The lead-off single from his self-titled debut album, "Austin" spent five weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The gold-certified debut album also produced two more top 20 hits ("All Over Me" and "Ol' Red").[1] Although the album was released on Giant Records Nashville, he was transferred to Warner Bros. Records Nashville after Giant closed in late 2001.

His second and third albums, 2003's The Dreamer and 2004's Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill, were each certified gold as well.[1] His fourth album, Pure BS (2007), was re-issued in 2008 with a cover of Michael Bublé's pop hit "Home" as one of the bonus tracks.[2] His fifth album, Startin' Fires was released in November 2008.[1] It was followed by the extended plays Hillbilly Bone and All About Tonight in 2010, and the albums Red River Blue in 2011.[3] Based on a True Story... in 2013, and Bringing Back the Sunshine in 2014. Overall, Blake Shelton has charted 24 country singles, including 15 number ones. The 11th No. 1 ("Doin' What She Likes") broke "the record for the most consecutive No. 1 singles in the Country Airplay chart's 24-year history".[4] He is a six-time Grammy Award nominee.

Shelton is also known for his role as a judge on the televised singing competitions Nashville Star, Clash of the Choirs, and The Voice. He has been on The Voice since its inception, and four out of the eight seasons (2–4, 7) his teams have won. From 2011 to 2015, Shelton was married to fellow country singer Miranda Lambert.

On November 9, 2015, Nickelodeon announced that Blake will be the host of the 2016 Kids' Choice Awards.

Winner for Favorite Movie

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a 2015 American epic space opera film directed, co-produced, and co-written by J. J. Abrams. The seventh installment in the main Star Wars film series, it stars Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong'o, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, and Max von Sydow. Produced by Lucasfilm and Abrams' Bad Robot Productions and distributed worldwide by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, The Force Awakens is set approximately 30 years after Return of the Jedi (1983), and follows Rey, Finn, and Poe Dameron's fight with the Resistance, led by veterans of the Rebel Alliance, against Kylo Ren and the First Order, descended from the Galactic Empire.

The Force Awakens is the first film in the Star Wars sequel trilogy announced after Disney's acquisition of Lucasfilm in October 2012. The film is produced by Abrams, his long-time collaborator Bryan Burk, and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy. Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan, co-writer of the original trilogy films The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983), rewrote an initial script by Michael Arndt. John Williams, composer for the previous six films, returned to compose its score. Star Wars creator George Lucas served as creative consultant during the film's early production stages. Filming began in April 2014 in Abu Dhabi and Iceland, with principal photography also taking place in Ireland and Pinewood Studios in England.

The Force Awakens premiered in Los Angeles on December 14, 2015, four days before its release in the United States and more than 10 years after the release of the franchise's last live action installment. Critics compared it favorably to the original trilogy, praising its action sequences, characters, acting, special effects, musical score and emotional drama, though some criticized it as unoriginal. Disney backed the film with an extensive marketing campaign;[5][6] it has broken many box office records, including the highest-grossing worldwide opening of all time and the fastest film to reach $1 billion.[7][8] As of January 1, 2016, it has generated a global box office gross of over $1.3 billion, becoming the fourth highest-grossing film of 2015, the seventh highest of all time and the highest in the franchise without inflation adjustment.[9] Two sequels, Episode VIII and Episode IX, are scheduled for release on May 26, 2017 and in 2019, respectively.

Winner for Favorite Music Group

Fifth Harmony is an American girl group formed on the second season of the The X Factor USA in July 2012. The group consists of members Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, Camila Cabello, and Lauren Jauregui. They signed a joint deal with Syco Music, owned by Simon Cowell, and Epic Records, L.A. Reid's record label, after finishing in third place on the show. Since then, they have released an EP and a full-length album.

Following their exit from The X Factor, their debut single "Miss Movin' On" was released and was later certified Gold in the U.S. Their debut EP, Better Together was released in 2013 with a first week position of number six on the U.S. Billboard 200. The following year, they won the Artist to Watch award at the MTV Video Music Awards.[2]

The group released their debut studio album, Reflection in February 2015. It debuted at number five on the Billboard 200, with 80,000 units sold in the first week and was supported by the group's first major headlining tour, The Reflection Tour. The album was supported by the singles "BO$$", "Sledgehammer" and the U.S. triple platinum "Worth It". The latter also became the group's first top 20 single on the Billboard Hot 100, and reached the top 10 in eight other countries. Fifth Harmony has emerged as the most successful alumni from the X Factor U.S. franchise.[3]


Favorite Movie Nominees8

Favorite Animated Movie Nominees6

Favorite Movie Actress Nominees6

Favorite Movie Actor Nominees6

Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie Nominees6

Favorite TV Show Nominees6

Favorite Family TV Show Nominees6

Favorite Female TV Star – Kids' Show Nominees5

Favorite Male TV Star – Kids' Show Nominees4

Favorite Female TV Star – Family Show Nominees6

Favorite Male TV Star – Family Show Nominees6

Favorite Talent Competition Nominees5

Favorite Cartoon Nominees8

Favorite Cooking Show Nominees5

Favorite Music Group Nominees6

Favorite Song Of The Year Nominees6

Favorite Female Singer Nominees6

Favorite Male Singer Nominees6

Favorite New Artist Nominees6

Favorite Collaboration Nominees6

Favorite Book Nominees4

Favorite Video Game Nominees6



Notable Songs Performed4

The Forum
The Forum (known for sponsorship purposes as The Forum Presented by Chase, previously known as the Great Western Forum and nicknamed the Fabulous Forum or L.A. Forum) is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Inglewood, California, a city adjacent to Los Angeles. Located between West Manchester Boulevard, across 90th Street (re-dedicated as Pincay Drive in December 2003) and to the north of the now demolished Hollywood Park Racetrack and casino, it is situated about three miles east of Los Angeles International Airport. It is a prominent feature on the landing approach to the airport from the east.

Notable Attendees114


Spotify - Featured Albums & Singles11


Spotify - Featured Tracks9


News Articles7

Chris Evans & Robert Downey Jr. declare a civil thumb war at the 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards
zap2it.com  –  March 13, 2016
At the 29th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards ... true for longtime fans Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. settle Avengers feud with a thumb war at #KCAs https://t.co/gUaoKiFY1b — Hollywood Reporter (@THR) March 13, 2016 As a gaggle of cheering children ...
The Slimiest Moments from the 2016 Kids' Choice Awards
Entertainment Tonight Online  –  March 13, 2016
Nickelodeon's 29th Annual Kids' Choice Awards were held in Los Angeles ... This house is getting full--full of slime, that is, and @johnstamos just got sublimely slimed! #KCAs pic.twitter.com/BcwMSEEwue Girl group Fifth Harmony was not expecting their ...
Kids' Choice Awards 2016 live streaming information: Where to watch Nick's 'slimy' KCAs free online
International Business Times  –  March 13, 2016
After all the excitement and hype around the Oscars 2016, now is the time for Nickelodeon's 29th Annual Kids' Choice Awards that will commence with a spectacular ceremony at The Forum in Inglewood, California. Also known as KCAs or the Kids Choice Awards ...
20 Former Child Stars That Are Still Famous Today
Celebuzz  –  March 11, 2016
The 29th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards ... while some decided that they wanted to stay in the spotlight. In honor of the KCAs, Celebuzz! put together a list of our favorite child stars that still show up on the red carpet and are relevant in Hollywood ...
Kids' Choice Awards 2016
wonderwall.com  –  March 14, 2016
Heidi Klum arrives at Nickelodeon's 29th annual Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on March 12, 2016. Heidi Klum arrives at Nickelodeon's 29th annual Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on March 12, 2016.
DNCE, Wiz Khalifa, Charlie Puth & Silentó Perform at 2016 Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards [VIDEO]
Directlyrics  –  March 14, 2016
At the Nickelodeon's 29th Annual Kids' Choice Awards this past weekend the performers were: Silentó, Wiz Khalifa with Charlie Puth and DNCE.
Kids' Choice Awards 2016: Where to watch the slimy Nickelodeon show live online
International Business Times  –  March 12, 2016
Country singer Blake Shelton will host the Kid's Choice Awards 2016Nickelodeon The 29th Annual Kids' Choice Awards by Nickelodeon will be held at The Forum in Inglewood California. The event will be hosted by popular country singer Blake Shelton and will ...

News at the time



Featured Locations4