Jim Carrey scores at Nickelodeon's KCAs

MUMBAI: Comic movie star Jim Carrey Bruce Almighty was one of the winners at Nickelodeon's 17th Annual Kids' Choice Awards. The show aired live on 3 April in the US. In India the show will air on 6 June.

The show will be seen in more than 281.5 million households in 162 territories worldwide

The show was hosted by Shrek's Cameron Diaz and Mike Myers at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles. Over 17 million kids participated in the voting on Nickelodeon Online ( which kicked off on 8 March. For the first time, kids also voted on their cell phones via text messaging provided by the wireless company Mobliss.

Amanda Bynes won for favourite movie actress once again. The animated classic Finding Nemo was the best film while Ellen DeGeneres triumphed as favourite voice in an animated movie for that film's forgetful character Dory.

In a show highlight Nickelodeon contest winner 13 year old Kathleen Thomas presented Adam Sandler with the annual Wannabe Award. This honour is bestowed on a celebrity role model who kids most want to be.

As usual there was a lot of green slime flung during the proceedings. Mike Myers turned green with glee, drenched from head to toe in a slime fest of massive sprays, a balloon drop and a ping-pong ball explosion. The twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen got the goo too in another double-goo-ed mess. This year's stars sloshed in the footsteps of previous years' wearers of the green, including Carrey, Sandler and Tom Cruise.

The other winners included the captain of the US women's soccer team Mia Hamm and skateboarder Tony Hawk. The Harry Potter books were also cited. Nick's Spongebob Squarepants was cited twice

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