The Kids’ Choice Awards Will be Held Remotely This Year

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Many highly-anticipated events are moving to a digital space right now, and the Kids’ Choice Awards are the latest to do so. After being postponed back in March, this ceremony will go virtual in a few days with a new host.

The Kids’ Choice Awards were supposed to take place on March 22nd, with Chance the Rapper hosting the event, but the ceremony was eventually postponed due to the coronavirus crisis. Nickelodeon came to a conclusion it’s best if they held it in a virtual space, and picked Victoria Justice as a new host.

Avengers: Endgame topped the list of nominations with a total of 11 nods, and fans of the film will be in for a real treat. Cast members of this box-office smash hit are expected to tune in live from all around the world.

The list of guests includes many other A-list stars, including Dwayne Johnson, Ariana Grande, Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, and BTS. The event will be held on May 2nd, and Nickelodeon will present a $1 million donation to No Kid Hungry during the ceremony.

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