28 March 2010 7:06 AM, PDT | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Miley Cyrus, Taylor Lautner and Alvin & The Chipmunks were the big winners at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday.

Cyrus and Lautner were the night's Favourite Movie Actress and Favourite Movie Actor recipients, while Alvin & The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel beat The Twilight Saga: New Moon to land the Best Film prize.

Host Kevin James and Adam Sandler teamed up to kickstart the event at Pauley Pavilion with a comedy tune - funnyman Sandler actually performed while dressed as an angel, dangling from the roof. And teen sensation Justin Bieber could hardly be heard above the screams of young fans as he performed his hit Baby!

Meanwhile, Katy Perry seemed genuinely surprised when she was covered in the show's traditional slime as she took to the stage to present the night's first award.

Taylor Swift was the event's only double winner - she picked up the Favourite Female Singer award, while her tune You Belong With Me was named Favourite Song.

The list of winners is:

Favourite Movie: Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel

Favourite Movie Actress: Miley Cyrus

Favourite Movie Actor: Taylor Lautner

Favourite TV Show: iCarly

Favourite TV Actress: Selena Gomez

Favourite TV Actor: Dylan Sprouse

Favourite Animated Movie: Up

Favourite Voice From an Animated Movie: Jim Carrey (A Christmas Carol)

Favourite Song: You Belong With Me by Taylor Swift

Favourite Music Group: Black Eyed Peas

Favourite Male Singer: Jay-z

Favourite Female Singer: Taylor Swift

Favourite Cartoon: SpongeBob SquarePants

Favourite Reality TV Show: American Idol


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