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Britney Spears to Perform at Nick's Kids Choice Awards?

March 28, 2008 (4:33 am) GMT
Sources said that Britney Spears will appear at the awards event and may even do a performance while there.

There has been a buzz that will appear at this year's Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards and actually perform on the stage. The awards show that is popular within kids and tweens, is approaching its D-day on March 29, and sources spilled that organizers are planning to have Spears entertaining the kids.

"It's supposed to be top secret, but everyone is already buzzing about it," a source told OK! magazine. "Her sister, Jamie Lynn, made such a splash at the event last year, Brit knows that she'll get as much, if not more, attention if she shows up this year."

Bosses of the awards show won't deny this saying, "The show is always full of surprises... You never know who'll show up."

Spears has been deemed good with children. Earlier this year she gave an impromptu dance class for a bunch of children who were said to have enjoyed the session. Meanwhile, Spears reportedly has also been spending some serious time working out at Millennium dance studio that people speculated it to be a preparation of something huge.

Hosted by actor comedian , the annual event will also present teen craze who will perform her hit song "Girls Night Out" and fellow Disney Channel star The Naked Brothers Band who will debut the song "I Don't Want to Go to School" from their forthcoming album.

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