1996 Kids' Choice Awards

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9th Kids' Choice Awards
Date May 11, 1996
Location Universal Studios
Host Rosie O'Donnell
Whitney Houston
Television/Radio coverage
Network Nickelodeon
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The 1996 Kids' Choice Awards occurred on May 11, 1996. The award show was held at Universal Studios in Universal City, California. Rosie O'Donnell and Whitney Houston served as hosts. Houston became the first celebrity to host more than one Kids' Choice Awards.[1]

Mark Curry passed the torch to actress and rap star Queen Latifah and slimed her.[2]

Categories[edit]

(winners shown in bold)

Movies[edit]

Favorite Movie[edit]

Favorite Movie Actor[edit]

Favorite Movie Actress[edit]

Television[edit]

NOTE: Favorite TV Show is totally skipped for the ceremony.

Favorite Cartoon[edit]

NOTE: The first time Rugrats won instead of Doug, who got a nomination instead of winning it from the previous awards.

Favorite Television Actor[edit]

Favorite Television Actress[edit]

Others[edit]

Favorite Video Game[edit]

Favorite Animal Star[edit]

Hall of Fame[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nichelodeon Kids Choice Awards History
  2. ^ Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards History

External links[edit]