Kids Choice Awards 2015


The Kids Choice Awards, commonly known as KCA, is an event organized by the television network Nickelodeon, aimed at rewarding the best of the year in television, in movies and in music, chosen by viewers of Nickelodeon. The winners will be honored with a blimp with orange printed above the logo of the channel.


The show is centered, over the awards, the live performances of the artists in the race and, in particular, on an initiative bizarre that every year involves some of the guests taking part in the transmission: be covered in green slime from head to toe. Will Smith is the artist who so far has brought home more airships (10), followed by Selena Gomez (8), Miley Cyrus and Amanda Bynes (6), Britney Spears (5) and Hilary Duff (4). Whoopi Goldberg is the only artist to have won a Kids' Choice Award, an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony. Rosie O'Donnell (8) and Jack Black (3) led the show the same number of times.

The format has been exported to several countries, including the United Kingdom, the Philippines , Indonesia , Germany, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, Argentina and Italy , where there are 3 editions, which the last was held in 2008. The Kids Choice Awards are usually held in Los Angeles in California. You are required also to Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, all Hollywood Bowl, the Grand Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, and Universal Studios in Universal City in California, but for the most part at the Pauley Pavilion on the campus of UCLA . Due to construction of ristutturazione to Pauley, in 2011, 2012 and 2013 the show was broadcast from the Galen Center at USC .

For each edition, the show was accompanied by a code taken from a hit by one of the guests of the evening, for the occasion with a text entirely in theme for the ceremony. In 2006, the authors were the Finley with the song Runaway, in 2007 the Gemelli Diversi with success Instructions deluded, in 2008 the Sonohra with the hit show love.

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