Stars Get Goofy at Kids’ Choice


Why are Academy Award winners cut off in mid-sentence during their acceptance speeches? It’s probably because they’re as exciting as someone reading who begat whom from the Bible. As dwindling ratings suggest, both the Oscars and the Grammys are boring the pants off of their viewers. Not so the Kids’ Choice Awards, which, in recent years, has bucked the trend of declining ratings for awards shows.

The stars may have used last night’s 2008 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards as a marketing tool, but at least they show up with their guards down and their funniest clown faces on. Maybe children bring out the goofiest in them. Whatever the reason, the juxtapositions below may indicate that stars have more fun at Kids’ Choice than at more serious, staid events. (All Images: Getty)

Harrison Ford at the Oscars (left) and Kids Choice (right). harrison_ford.jpg



Jack Black at the Oscars (left) and Kids’ Choice (right). jack-black-kids-choice.jpg


Amy Poehler at the Rock Hall induction (left) and Kids’ Choice (right).amy_poehler.jpg



Emile Hirsch at the Screen Actors’ Guild Awards (left) and Kids’ Choice (right).emile_hirsch.jpg



Steve Carell at the Oscars (left) and Kids’ Choice Awards (right).steve_carell.jpg


Cameron Diaz at the Oscars (left) and Kids’ Choice (right).




Hayden Panetierre at the Berlinale Film Festival (left) and Kids’ Choice (right).hayden_panetierre.jpg



Shia LaBeouf at the MTV Movie Awards (right) and Kids’ Choice (left).shia_labeouf.jpg


Orlando Bloom at Vanity Fair Oscar Party (left) and Kids’ Choice (right).orlando_bloom.jpg


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