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2007 Kids' Choice Awards

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20th Kids' Choice Awards
Date Saturday, March 31, 2007
Location Pauley Pavilion
Hosted by Justin Timberlake
Television/radio coverage
Network Nickelodeon
Viewership 6.1 million
Produced by Bob Bain
Marjorie Cohn
(executive producers)
Paula Kaplan
(co-executive producer)
Directed by Bruce Gowers

The 20th annual Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards were held on March 31, 2007, hosted by Justin Timberlake. It was the highest rated show in the history of the Kids Choice Awards, the show was held at Pauley Pavilion at the University of California, Los Angeles. Gwen Stefani (with Akon) and Maroon 5 performed during the show.

Online voting began on March 5, 2007. A "Name That Nominee" special hosted by Lil' JJ aired on March 11. Another special called "Deep Inside the KCAs" (hosted by Emma Roberts) aired on March 18.

Winners and nominees

Winners are listed first, in bold. Other nominees are in alphabetical order.


Favorite Movie Favorite Movie Actor
Favorite Movie Actress Favorite Animated Movie
Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie


Favorite TV Show Favorite TV Actor
Favorite TV Actress Favorite Cartoon


Favorite Male Singer Favorite Female Singer
Favorite Music Group Favorite Song


Favorite Athlete Favorite Book
Favorite Video Game

Slimed Celebrities

Musical Guests

Countdown to Kids' Choice:

The Show:


Favorite Movie Actress:

Favorite Music Group:

Special Bungee Jumping Slime World Record:

Favorite TV Show:

Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie:

Maroon 5:

Favorite TV Actor:

Wannabe Award:

Favorite Animated Movie:

Favorite Movie Actor:

Kids' Choice Burp Contest:

Gwen Stefani feat. Akon:

Favorite Male Singer:

Favorite Movie:

Unpresented Winners:

Options for Breaking the Slime Barrier:


After a group of 5 people were denied entrance to a KCA after party, at least 1 person opened fire with a weapon. Three teens were not injured, the police suspected gang involvement, but no arrests have been made.[1]

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