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Danica Patrick, 'Twilight' Series Nominated at 23rd Kids' Choice

February 15, 2010 (6:24 am) GMT
In the sports category, the race car driver is again competing with the Williams sister while in the literature category 'Twilight' is facing off 'Vampire Diaries'.
Danica Patrick

has another chance to be named Favorite Female Athlete at the upcoming Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards. The race car driver has been included in the nomination once again after winning the category in 2008 and losing it to basketball player Candance Parker last year.

Meanwhile, in the Favorite Male Athlete, is seen back on the list after the last time nominated in 2003. He will battle out the title with fellow basketballer , skateboarder , and snowboarder . Golfer who had consecutively been nominated in the past three years, is not included this year.

In the book category, Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight" series which inspires box office movies "" and "" is nominated along with another vampire books "Vampire Diaries" which are adapted to TV series "".

Winners of the 23rd Annual Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards will be revealed on March 27 and aired live starting 8 P.M. on Nickelodeon. Not only in sports and literature categories, the awards event also honors those in movie, music and television.

Favorite Female Athlete

Favorite Male Athlete Favorite Video Game Favorite Book

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