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Taylor Swift and One Direction Among Music Nominees at 2014 Kids' Choice Awards

February 25, 2014 (4:05 am) GMT
The country/pop star, who is nominated for Favorite Female Singer award, will also battle against the British/Irish group in Favorite Song category.

The nominees for the upcoming Kids' Choice Awards have been announced. In music field, country/pop star , British/Irish boyband and pop queen lead the pack with two nominations each.

Swift and Perry are both up for Favorite Female Singer and Favorite Song awards. In the former category, the two artists are nominated alongside pop superstar and former Disney princess .

The latter category, meanwhile, sees a tough battle between Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble", Perry's "Roar", ' "Wrecking Ball" and One Direction's "Story of My Life".

, , , and are also nominated for Favorite Music Group alongside -fronted , "Counting Stars" hitmaker and rap duo & Ryan Lewis.

In Favorite Male Singer category, is nominated alongside Latin singer , pop star and Grammy Award-winning producer .

The winners of this year's Kids' Choice Awards will be revealed in a ceremony that's airing on Nickelodeon Network from the Galen Center in Los Angeles, California, on March 29. has been tapped to host the show. Musical performers and presenters will be announced later.

2014 Kids' Choice Awards Music Nominees
Favorite Music Group

Favorite Male Singer Favorite Female Singer Favorite Song

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