2000 Kids' Choice Awards

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13th Kids' Choice Awards
Kids Choice Awards 2000 logo.png
Date Saturday, April 15, 2000, 8 p.m.
Location Hollywood Bowl
Host Rosie O'Donnell
Television coverage
Network Nickelodeon
Runtime Approx. 61 min.
Producer Marilyn Seabury
Director Glenn Weiss
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The 13th Annual Kids' Choice Awards Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards originated from the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, live on Nickelodeon on Saturday, April 15, 2000 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern. Rosie O'Donnell, David Arquette, LL Cool J, Mandy Moore and Frankie Muniz were the hosts. 15 million kids participated in the voting, and for the first time, ten categories were exclusive to on-line voters. Will Smith was a top nominee and took home three orange Blimp Awards for Favorite Male Singer, Favorite Song and Favorite Song From A Movie for his work on Wild Wild West. Will's son Trey accompanies him on stage to accept one of the awards. 17,000 kids attended the event.[1] Additionally, Will Smith received Nickelodeon's highest honor of the day, a sliming.

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Categories[edit]

(winners shown in bold)

Movies[edit]

Favorite Movie[edit]

Favorite Movie Actor[edit]

Favorite Movie Actress[edit]

Favorite Movie Couple[edit]

Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie[edit]

Television[edit]

Favorite TV Show[edit]

Favorite Cartoon[edit]

Favorite TV Actor[edit]

Favorite TV Actress[edit]

Favorite TV Friends[edit]

Music[edit]

Favorite Male Singer[edit]

Favorite Female Singer[edit]

Favorite Music Group[edit]

Favorite Band[edit]

Favorite Song[edit]

Favorite New Music Artist[edit]

Favorite Song From a Movie[edit]

Sports[edit]

Favorite Male Athlete[edit]

Favorite Female Athlete[edit]

Favorite Sports Team[edit]

Favorite MVP[edit]

Others[edit]

Favorite Book[edit]

Favorite Video Game[edit]

Favorite Animal Star[edit]

Favorite Rising Star[edit]

Hall of Fame[edit]

Slimed celebrities[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards History

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