Nickelodeon Philippines Kids' Choice Awards
The Nickelodeon Philippines Kids' Choice Awards is an annual awards show which brought honors this year's biggest TV and sports personalities voted by kids and teenagers through text and online voting. Nickelodeon, an American cable television network, brought Kids' Choice Awards to the Philippines in an effort to strengthen its presence in Asia. According to Amit Jain, executive Vice-President and managing director of MTV Networks India, China and Southeast Asia, "This is a milestone for Nickelodeon's business in Southeast Asia as it will deliver on Nick's commitment of providing global kids-centric shows and properties which are adapted to reflect local tastes and aspirations."
- 2008 - Michael V.
There are a total 7 categories, with 5 nominees each for the 2008 Kids' Choice Awards.
Favorite Television Show
Favorite Musical Act
- Christian Bautista (winner)
- Gary Valenciano
- Parokya ni Edgar
- Yeng Constantino
- Charice Pempengco
Favorite Cartoon Show
Pinoy Wannabe Award
The 2008 logo of the show is exactly the same as the US version however, it is designed for the Philippine version of the show and still read Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Philippines 2008.
There was no host in 1987 because by this time, it was The Big Ballot.
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