One Direction, Ariana Grande win at Kids' Choice Awards
Published on Mar 30, 2014 10:53 AM
LOS ANGELES (REUTERS) - The green slime flowed freely at the Kids' Choice Awards on Saturday, where boy band One Direction and actress-singer Ariana Grande took home orange blimps handed out by youth cable channel Nickelodeon.
Shot from canons, bursting forth from geysers and babbling in a river across the stage, everything and everyone, even "un-slimable" host Mark Wahlberg, were soaked by the green stuff.
The British-Irish vocal group, who won favourite music group and favourite song for Story Of My Life, avoided the slime, accepting the awards from London where they are preparing for an upcoming tour.
Grande, a 20-year-old pop singer and star of Nickelodeon series Sam & Cat won for favourite TV actress and Sam & Cat was voted favourite TV show.
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