Twilight‘s Kristen Stewart, One Direction, The Hunger Games, Selena Gomez, Victorious, and Katy Perry were all winners at last night’s Kids’ Choice Awards on Nickelodeon. But that’s not why you were watching, was it? When it comes to the KCA, it’s all about the slime. We were promised a Slime Dunk, a Mega-Slime, and more — and Nick, along with host Josh Duhamel in an array of silly costumes, mostly delivered. EW.com social media goddess Nika Vagner and I Vine-capped the whole affair on EW’s Twitter. Below we present, uninterrupted, all the squishy, icky, green-and-gooey goodness. (UPDATE: Check out the full winner’s list.)
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Want to encourage the teens in your life to do more volunteer work? Just tell them that if they do a really good job, they might be honored at TeenNick’s HALO Awards — which means getting a shiny trophy and accolades from the likes of Justin Bieber, Emma Stone, or another big name star. (The show’s name is an acronym for Helping And Leading Others.)
This year, the awards air Monday, Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. — and EW can exclusively reveal that it will feature performances from Neon Trees and Ne-Yo as well as appearances by celeb presenters Bieber, Stone, Tyra Banks, and Josh Duhamel. As always, creator and executive producer Nick Cannon is set to host. Get a first look at the festivities with this exclusive promo:
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