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Miley Cyrus Dominates Nominations At The Kids’ Choice Awards

Miley Cyrus Dominates Nominations At The Kids’ Choice Awards


HANNAH MONTANA star MILEY CYRUS is tipped to sweep the board at the upcoming Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards after garnering four nominations.

The 16-year-old has received nods for Favorite Female Singer, Favorite TV Actress and Favorite Voice in an Animated Movie for her role in Bolt.

In addition, her hit teen program is up for Favorite TV Show.

Cyrus will compete against Alicia Keys, Beyonce and Rihanna in the singing category, while the male award will be fought out by Chris Brown, Jesse McCartney, Kid Rock and T-Pain.

Cyrus will also go up against Miranda Cosgrove (iCarly), America Ferrera (Ugly Betty), and Selena Gomez (Wizards of Waverly Place) for the Favorite TV actress gong. Her show, Hannah Montana, is nominated for a KCW blimp statuette along with iCarly, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, and Jamie Lynn Spears’ Zoey 101.

The star will face tough competition in the Animated Movie Voice category – squaring off against Hollywood stars Jack Black (Kung Fu Panda), Jim Carrey (Horton Hears a Who), and Ben Stiller (Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa).

Elsewhere, Carrey is also up for Favorite Movie Actor for his role in Yes Man, along with Adam Sandler (Bedtime Stories), Will Smith (Hancock), and first-time nominee George Lopez (Beverly Hills Chihuahua).

Jennifer Aniston scored her seventh Kids’ Choice nod with Marley & Me and will go up against Anne Hathaway (Get Smart), Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical 3: Senior Year), and Reese Witherspoon (Four Christmases).

Films in contention for the Favorite Movie award include The Dark Knight, Bedtime Stories, High School Musical 3: Senior Year, and Iron Man.

Favorite Music Group will be fought out between Daughtry, Jonas Brothers, Linkin Park and Pussycat Dolls.

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