Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards

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Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards
Format Reality, award show
Starring McFly (2007)
Dannii Minogue (2008)
Kevin James (2010)
Jack Black (2011)
Will Smith (2012)
Josh Duhamel (2013)
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of episodes 6
Production
Running time 90 mins
Broadcast
Original channel Nickelodeon
Original run October 20, 2007 – present
External links
Website

The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards UK, also known as the KCAs, is an annual awards show, similar to the American and Australian versions. The show features numerous celebrity guests and musical acts. In recent years slime stunts have come into the show. The KCAs also hosts live musical entertainment.

History[edit]

2007[edit]

The first ever UK awards ceremony took place on 20 October 2007 presented by pop band McFly debuting on air date 27 September 2007.

2008[edit]

The second UK awards ceremony took place on 13 September 2008, presented by The X Factor judge Dannii Minogue debuting on air 23 September 2008.

2009[edit]

In 2009 the third UK awards ceremony was supposed to take place on an unknown date, and presented by Hadouken!. It was cancelled because of the more popular BAFTA Children's Awards, and due to the Financial crisis of 2007–2010.

2010[edit]

Nick UK presented the U.S. 2010 Kids' Choice Awards, but due to popular demand, inserts with Teen Nick host Olly Murray were included, along with an added UK category.[1]

2011[edit]

Nick UK screened the U.S. 2011 Kids' Choice Awards on April 3, 2011, the day after the U.S. broadcast. As before, inserts featuring UK hosts were included, which also featured two categories specific to Nick UK.[2]

2012[edit]

Nick UK will screen the U.S. 2012 Kids' Choice Awards on April 1, 2012, the day after the US broadcast. As before, inserts featuring UK hosts were included and will also feature two categories specific to Nick UK.

2013[edit]

The 2013 UK Kids Choice Awards were held on March 24, 2013 at 5:30PM. The show followed a similar format as the one in the United States, with seven unique categories for the UK.

Lead-out programming[edit]

Year Programme
2011 iCarly (New Episode "iDo")
2012 Victorious (New Episode "Jade Dumps Beck")
2013 SpongeBob SquarePants (New Episode "Karen 2.0" & "InSPONGEiac")
iCarly (New Episode "iRescue Carly")
Marvin Marvin (Sneak Peek)

Locations[edit]

The locations for the first two award ceremonies were at ExCel Exhibition Centre, London.

Hosts[edit]

The Nickelodeon channel presenters Mark Felgate, Sy Thomas and Laura Hamilton were also at the ceremony in both 2007 and 2008, they went backstage with celebrities and nominee winners for a spin-off show on the channel and online.

Hosts[edit]

There was no host in 1987 because by this time, it was The Big Ballot.

Year Host(s) Image
1988[3] Tony Danza
Debbie Gibson
Brian Robbins
Dan Schneider
TBA
1989[4] Nicole Eggert
Wil Wheaton[5]
TBA
1990[6] Dave Coulier
Candace Cameron[7]
David Faustino
TBA
1991[8] Corin Nemec TBA
1992[9] Paula Abdul TBA
1993 Brian Austin Green
Holly Robinson
Tori Spelling[10]
TBA
1994 Joey Lawrence
Candace Cameron[11]
Marc Weiner
TBA
1995 Whitney Houston
Rick Adams
TBA
1996 Whitney Houston
Rosie O'Donnell
TBA
1997 Rosie O'Donnell
1998
1999[12]
2000[13] Rosie O'Donnell
David Arquette
LL Cool J
Mandy Moore
Frankie Muniz
2001[14] Rosie O'Donnell
2002[15]
2003[16]
2004[17] Cameron Diaz
Mike Myers
2005[18] Ben Stiller
2006[19] Jack Black
2007[20] Justin Timberlake
2008[21] Jack Black
2009[22][23] Dwayne Johnson
2010[23][24] Kevin James[25]
2011[26] Jack Black[27]
2012 Will Smith[28]
2013 Josh Duhamel[29]
2014 Mark Wahlberg[30]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  2. ^ "2012 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards :: Hosted by Will Smith". Kca.nick.co.uk. Retrieved 2012-08-06. 
  3. ^ Werts, Granville, Kaufman, Diane, Kari, Bill (April 17, 1988). "SCREENING ROOM And Now For a Word From Our Sponsor". Newsday. p. 06. 
  4. ^ "Life provides fodder for Martin's odd world". AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN. June 25, 1989. 
  5. ^ Kubasik, Ben (June 23, 1989). "TV SPOTS". Newsday. p. 05. 
  6. ^ "LOOK WHO' WINNING WITH KIDS". Dayton Daily News. April 27, 1990. p. 4. 
  7. ^ Jon, Burlingame (April 23, 1990). "PRIME-TIME PICK Series: PRIME-TIME PICK". St. Petersburg Times. p. 7.D. 
  8. ^ Lipton, Laura (April 21, 1991). "Nickelodeon gives kids a choice". Austin American-Statesman. p. 11. 
  9. ^ Klied, Beth (November 16, 1992). "AWARDS". Los Angeles Times. p. 2. 
  10. ^ "SATURDAY'S TV TIPS". Atlanta Journal; Atlanta Constitution. November 14, 1992. p. E/4. 
  11. ^ Mendoza, N.F. (May 1, 1994). "SHOWS FOR YOUNGSTERS AND THEIR PARENTS TOO Lamb Chop, Shari and pals `Play-Along' for third season on PBS". Los Angeles Times. p. 7. 
  12. ^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '99 (1999) (TV)
  13. ^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2000 (2000) (TV)
  14. ^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards (2001) (TV)
  15. ^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '02 (2002) (TV)
  16. ^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '03 (2003) (TV)
  17. ^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '04 (2004) (TV)
  18. ^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '05 (2005) (TV)
  19. ^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '06 (2006) (TV)
  20. ^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '07 (2007) (TV)
  21. ^ Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards '08 (2008) (TV)
  22. ^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2009 (2009) (TV)
  23. ^ a b Kids' Choice Awards, Nick.com Archived 23 September 2012 at WebCite
  24. ^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2010 (2010) (TV)
  25. ^ Monica Rizzo, Kevin James to Host Kids' Choice Awards, People, February 15, 2010
  26. ^ Nickelodeon's Kids Choice Awards 2011 (2011) (TV)
  27. ^ Posted 02/10/2011 by Corinne Heller. "Kids' Choice Awards 2011 to be hosted by Jack Black - see nominations - February 10, 2011 10:14:25 AM PST | Entertainment News from". OnTheRedCarpet.com. Archived from the original on 2012-07-29. Retrieved 2011-02-11. 
  28. ^ Boedeker, Hal (11 January 2012). "Will Smith honored to host ’slimiest’ Kids’ Choice Awards". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved 11 January 2012. 
  29. ^ Wire report (23 January 2012). "Josh Duhamel will transform into the host of the Kids’ Choice Awards in March". The Washington Post (The Associated Press). Retrieved 23 January 2013. [dead link]
  30. ^ Perlman, Jake (January 29, 2014). "Mark Wahlberg to host 2014 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards". ew.com. Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved January 29, 2014. 

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