`TITANIC' TOPS AT KIDS' CHOICE AWARDS.
``Titanic'' was the favorite movie at Nickelodeon's 11th annual Kids' Choice Awards Saturday night and Sean ``Puffy'' Combs and the brother trio Hanson dominated the music categories with two trophies each.
More than 5 million kids picked their favorite entertainers, athletes, songs and shows by voting online last month.
Combs, voted favorite singer and dresser, was ``slimed'' in true Nickelodeon fashion as he accepted his favorite dresser award at the end of the evening - much to the delight of the 8,500 cheering kids and their families who attended the awards show, which bills Rosie O'Donnell as a co-producer.
Hanson, the favorite musical group, also won the favorite song award for their hit ``MMMBop.''
This year's Hall of Fame award went to twin sisters Tia and Tamera Mowry. The stars of UPN's ``Sister, Sister'' are past favorite television actress award recipients and have participated in the awards show as presenters.
Here are this year's winners announced at Pauley Pavilion on the University of California, Los Angeles campus:
Movie Actor: Will Smith, ``Men in Black.''
Movie Actress: Alicia Silverstone, ``Batman & Robin.''
Television Show: ``Kenan & Kel,'' Nickelodeon.
Television Actress: Melissa Joan Hart, ``Sabrina the Teenage Witch,'' ABC.
Television Actor: Jonathan Taylor Thomas, ``Home Improvement,'' ABC.
Musical Group: Hanson.
Song: ``MMMBop,'' Hanson.
Singer: Sean ``Puffy'' Combs.
Sports Team: Chicago Bulls, NBA.
Female Athlete: Kristi Yamaguchi, professional figure skater.
Male Athlete: Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls.
Cartoon: ``Rugrats,'' Nickelodeon.
Animal Star: Salem, ``Sabrina the Teenage Witch,'' ABC.
Book: ``Goosebumps: Deep Trouble II,'' by R.L. Stine.
Video Game: ``Super Mario.''
Wacky Category/Dresser: Sean ``Puffy'' Combs.
Hall of Fame: Tia & Tamera Mowry.
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|Publication:||Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)|
|Date:||Apr 5, 1998|
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