Nickelodeon announced on Monday the nominees for the Kids’ Choice Awards of 2018. In this live event, the votes of the youngest of the house count. The most important stars of film and television join to get splashed with green Slime!
A magic night for our children
Votes for the television categories will begin on March 12th. You can vote on the official Nickelodeon page. Those who want to nominate their favorite singers will be able to do so on March 5. As for the movie categories, the voting has already begun!
The winners of this fabulous prize will be announced at the ceremony that will be broadcast on Saturday, March 25 at 8 pm on Nickelodeon. Ready for the slime?
An important part of the show is the presenter. It has to be someone with charisma, who does the best on stage. Some important points that only a few can achieve. So this year’s host will be WWE superstar John Cena, who will be returning to the stage!
Among the nominees, we can see names of stars like:
Dwayne Johnson, Beyoncé, Kevin Hart, Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, Zendaya, Chris Pratt, Khalid, Cardi B, Selena Gomez, Millie Bobby Brown, Kendrick Lamar, Justin Bieber, Harry Styles, Chris Hemsworth, Ed Sheeran and others.
Favorite African star
Different celebrities of color dispute this prize. Like Cassper Nyovest Semenya, Emmanuella, and Eddy Kenzo
The executive vice president and general manager of VIMN Africa, Alex Okosi stated:
“The Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards offer a platform for African stars to be recognized for their excellence in their diverse talents. Including music, sports, and television for children around the world.”
Alex Okosi also added:
“We are delighted to present the most talented candidates on the continent in the category of favorite African stars. Where Black Coffee is nominated for the category of the favorite star of world music along with its international counterparts.”
The favorite actresses stand out this year. We see Millie Bobby Brown nominated for her success as eleven in the series “Stranger Things” together with Kaley Cuoco for “The Big Bang Theory” and Zendaya Coleman for “KC Undercover.”