2000 Kids' Choice Awards

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2000 Kids' Choice Awards
DateApril 15, 2000
LocationHollywood Bowl
Hosted byRosie O'Donnell
Most awardsWill Smith (3)
Most nominationsWill Smith (4)
Television/radio coverage
Runtime61 minutes
Viewership3.70 million[1]
Produced byMarilyn Seabury
Directed byGlenn Weiss
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The 13th Annual Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards was held on April 15, 2000, at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, live on Nickelodeon, with around 17,000 in attendance at the venue. Rosie O'Donnell hosted for the fifth consecutive year, along with LL Cool J, David Arquette, Mandy Moore, and Frankie Muniz as co-hosts. The show featured a SpongeBob SquarePants short to introduce the Favorite Cartoon nominees and announce the winner.

Over 15 million voters cast ballots for the ceremony, including for ten online-only categories.



Winners and nominees[edit]

Winners are listed first and in boldface.


Favorite Movie Favorite Movie Actor
Favorite Movie Actress Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie
Favorite Movie Couple


Favorite TV Show Favorite TV Actor
Favorite TV Actress Favorite Cartoon
Favorite TV Friends


Favorite Male Singer Favorite Female Singer
Favorite Music Group Favorite Band
Favorite Song Favorite New Music Artist
Favorite Song from a Movie


Favorite Male Athlete Favorite Female Athlete
Favorite Sports Team Favorite MVP


Favorite Video Game Favorite Animal Star
Favorite Book Favorite Rising Star

Hall of Fame[edit]


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