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Kids' Choice Awards 2013: LeBron James and Danica Patrick Win Favorite Athletes

March 25, 2013 (3:40 am) GMT
The Miami Heat player and the NASCAR racer win in the Sport categories at the 26th annual awards show that collected a record-breaking 350 million votes.

Winners for this year's Kids' Choice Awards were announced at the live show held on March 23 at the Galen Center in Los Angeles, California. and grabbed Favorite Male Athlete and Favorite Male Athlete respectively.

James beat , and . He was presented the award by "" actor and Olympian gymnast Gabrielle Douglas. He was unable to attend the show so he sent a video message to thank fans.

Patrick pushed aside first-time nominee Douglas and fellow frequent nominees, tennis players and . The GoDaddy spokesmodel attended the Nickelodeon event with her boyfriend, fellow NASCAR Sprint Cup rookie Ricky Stenhouse Jr..

won Favorite Villain in combined TV and movie fields, thanks to his mean persona in the judging panel of "". He beat (""), Reed Alexander (""), and ("").

In other pop categories of the 26th annual KCA Awards, "The Hunger Games" series was named Favorite Book, "Temple Run" was dubbed Favorite App, and "Just Dance 4" was branded Favorite Video Game.

Also honoring the best in TV, music and movie, the KCA Awards featured performances by , and and appearances by , , and many more. Host said a record-breaking 350 million votes had been cast for the show.



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