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    ARIANA Grande has become a household name in recent years as she abandoned her roots in acting and became one of the best voices of the music industry. The iconic singer recently made her debut as the new judge for The Voice, following Nick Jonas' exit. Fans were left amazed as she took over the role seamlessly and many claimed she was "out of the show's league." 2007 11Credit: YouTube Before becoming a rising star in Nickelodeon's Victorious, the Florida native was a regular teen with dark hair and child-like features. She was also much paler compared to her She did start to get some singing experience at the time as she played around in the studio with cover songs. 2010 11 Ariana first appeared on the silver screen as she embodies Cat on the show Victorious, alongside Victoria Justice. At the time, the 17-year-old began obsessively dyeing her hair bright red to suit her character. She also talked with a much softer voice and began to play around with makeup. The TV star also...
    You know Mike O’Malley. Or you think you know him. What do you know him from? Maybe you recognize him from something you’ve seen on TV, but you can’t place it. Or you can’t shake the feeling that you grew up with him. Was he a neighbor? Did you go to the same high school? It nags at you. You know him. But, like, know him. “I have this Irish face, man,” he says. “There’s a lot of people who look like me.” The truth is, if you’re a millennial of a certain age, you grew up with O’Malley, who was a formative pop culture figure as the host of the game show Nickelodeon GUTS before becoming a fixture on TV series like My Name Is Earl, The Good Place, Snowpiercer, and, especially Glee, on which he played Burt Hummel, the heartwarmingly supportive father of a gay teenage son. That uncanny familiarity he projects is the whole point. It’s one of the reasons he’s been a near-constant screen presence over the last 30 years. (Yes, that influx of gray hairs...
    A Indiana fan of the American version of The Office helped save his four-year-old daughter's life — all thanks to Michael Scott. When Matt Uber, 46, saw his daughter Vera Posy collapse in the middle of a game of tag, he rushed to her side and performed CPR — something he hasn't actually been trained in. But he did remember a season five episode of The Office in which the characters go through CPR training, he told Today, and he and applied his knowledge from the show to give his little girl breaths and chest compressions until an ambulance arrived. In April, four-year-old Vera Posy collapsed while playing tag with her dad Matt Uber, 46, outside their home in Indiana When Matt realized she wasn't breathing, he gave her CPR to the tune of Stayin' Alive — a trick he learned from The Office Matt and his daughter were playing together outside in April when she suddenly fell to the ground and curled up in a ball. At first, he thought she had just tripped, but was alarmed...
    'The Backyardigans' aired on Nickelodeon from 2004 to 2013. The Backyardigans - Official/YouTube "Castaways," a song from the children's cartoon "The Backyardigans," went viral on TikTok. The song, written in a bossa nova style, has sparked memes and gained massive popularity. It debuted last week on Spotify's Viral 50 United States and Global charts. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An early contender for the song of the summer has arrived: "Castaways," a track from the Nickelodeon kids' cartoon "The Backyardigans." In the now-viral song, characters from the music-focused cartoon series sing lyrics like, "Castaways / we are castaways / ahoy there, ahoy / we are castaways," in dulcet tones over a soothing bossa nova beat.  Propelled by a TikTok obsession and voracious streaming, the song, which was originally released in 2005, shot up to the top of Spotify's Viral 50 chart over the weekend. In the process, it outpaced other viral tracks, including Nicki Minaj's "Itty Bitty Piggy" from her latest mixtape "Beam Me Up Scotty" and Doja Cat and SZA's "Kiss Me More," which currently sits...
    More On: nickelodeon ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ episode pulled ‘due to sensitivities’ 28-year-old ‘iCarly’ star opens up about quitting acting: ‘I’m so ashamed’ Fans get first look at ‘Rugrats’ revival Nickelodeon’s amazing NFL broadcast isn’t the future The only “green” thing they want is slime. Children’s entertainment giant Nickelodeon is getting slimed online by conservatives over a recent Earth Day special discussing how pollution disproportionately affects communities of color. “Learn the meaning of environmental racism,” Nickelodeon tweeted Friday, along with a video of the segment, which currently boasts nearly 500,000 views. In the clip, part of the “Nick News” series, host Jamie Yuccas discussed why certain areas face more health hazards than others. The CBS News correspondent chalked up the disparity to “environmental racism, a form of systemic racism where minority and low-income communities are surrounded by health hazards because they live near sewage, mines, landfills, power stations, major roads.” Examples ranged from the toxic air of the POC-populated South Bronx to a mining project in San Carlos, Arizona, that “would dishonor an Apache sacred site,” per the...
    An eight-year-old boy saved his little sister's life by performing a first aid maneuver when she got food stuck in her throat — a technique he learned from John Cena on a Nickelodeon TV show. Jaxson Dempsey from Hazleton, Pennsylvania was in the car with dad and 20-month-old sister Leila when she began choking on a chicken nugget. Though he was scared, Jaxson immediately thought of an episode of Nickelodeon's The Substitute, in which John Cena demonstrates techniques like CPR, and he sprang into action to rescue his little sister. Buddies: Jaxson Dempsey from Hazleton, Pennsylvania was in the car with dad and 20-month-old sister Leila when she began choking on a chicken nugget To the rescue! Jaxson told his dad to pull over and slapped Leila between the shoulder blades, dislodging the food Genius! He remembered an episode of the Nickelodeon prank show The Substitute with John Cena as a guest star Cena had demonstrated techniques for helping someone who is choking The Dempseys were in the car when Jaxson noticed something was wrong with Leila. 'We were driving to my...
    WWE superstar John Cena’s cameo on a TV show helped a boy save his sister from choking on a chicken nugget. Jaxson Demsey, 8, was travelling with his dad and 20-month old baby sister to the hairdressers when the incident occurred. 2John Cena's appearance on a TV show disguised as a CPR instructor helped a kid save his sister from choking 2WWE legend Cena inspired 8-year-old Jaxson to come to his baby sister's immediate aidCredit: WWE The family, from Hazleton, Pennsylvania, were enjoying some McDonalds chicken nuggets in the vehicle as they drove to their destination. But disaster struck when Jaxson’s sister started to choke on her fast food treat. Despite the panic, Jaxson was instantly inspired by Cena’s surprise guest appearance on Nickelodeon hidden-camera show ‘The Substitute’. WWE ace Cena disguised himself as a CPR instructor on the programme, where he showed children how to save someone from choking. Jaxson made his dad pull over the car and quickly put Cena’s instructions into work, saving his baby sister from harm. Modest hero Jaxson said it was all in a...
    2,000 Denver flights canceled as snowstorm expected to drop 2 feet on city Western Australia re-elects state govt after strict Covid-19 closure Best & Worst Refi Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Price Alert: These SUVs Are Now Only $19,000 (Deal Of The Day) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/14 SLIDES © Amy Sussman / Getty Images for Nickelodeon Gal Gadot attends Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif., on March 13, 2021.
    (CBS) –  ViacomCBS’ on-demand streaming service, CBS All Access, has undergone a makeover, officially re-launching Thursday as Paramount+. The streaming service features live new and sports, original shows, movies, and your favorite programming from ViacomCBS channels like Nickelodeon and Comedy Central. For starters, Paramount+ features content from the full ViacomCBS family of properties including CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon, BET and Comedy Central. Many classic shows are available on-demand like Survivor, Spongebob Squarepants and The Jersey Shore. Meanwhile, new entries include series from the popular cartoon Avatar: The Last Airbender universe, The Real World Homecoming: New York, the Frasier revival starring Kelsey Grammer, as well as new original series. Current CBS All Access original programs like The Good Fight and Star Trek: Discovery also made the leap over to their new home on Paramount+. READ MORE: Julie Gentry And Andre Comeau Get Real About The Real World Homecoming: New York: We Handle Tough Conversations Many future Paramount movie releases will be available on-demand through Paramount+ just 30 to 45 days following their theatrical release, with others making their way to digital after...
    As it has done every election since 1988, on Tuesday, Nickelodeon hosted a special wherein it revealed the results of a poll of children choosing the winner of the presidential race. Hide Kids Pick the President, which has accurately chosen the winner 75% of the time, is designed as a lighthearted introduction to political engagement. Hide Who do you think should be the next president? Vote now at https://t.co/NMFQMMEf9i and find out the winner on #NickNews: Kids Pick The President, hosted by @KekePalmer! #Vote2020 https://t.co/P2ZdBUha6r pic.twitter.com/qhU8nL9WZe— Nickel????deon (@Nickelodeon) October 20, 2020 This year, one group took the unscientific online poll far too seriously: 4chan trolls who make it their business to skew online polls in favor of President Donald Trump. Hide It quickly become clear that something foul was afoot in the poll that ran from Oct. 20-26. “Nickelodeon detected cheating on Wednesday, Oct. 21, when threads on online forums began discussing corrupting the Kids Pick the President site with fraudulent votes,” Nickelodeon said in a release. “Subsequently, more than 130,000 bot-generated votes were detected.” Hide The company said that it...
    Nickelodeon will remove its animated series Made by Maddie following outrage that the children's show was plagarizing the Oscar-winning animated short Hair Love. Matthew A. Cherry's Hair Love is about a black father attempting to style in his daughter’s hair that released last August and won an Oscar in February. Nickelodeon says it is pulling the show that was announced September 1 and was supposed to air September 13, claiming it's not a rip off of Hair Love and was acquired several years ago.  The two have similar illustrations of a black family with a young daughter and pet cat. In both series, the fathers have long hair hair, the mothers sport natural curls, and the little girls wear pink bows or headbands.  Nickelodeon will remove its animated series Made by Maddie (above) following outrage that the children's show was plagarizing the Oscar-winning animated short Hair Love Matthew A. Cherry's Hair Love (above) is about a black father attempting to style in his daughter’s hair that released last August and won an Oscar in February 'Made by Maddie is...
    Biden dismisses Trumps attacks on his mental fitness: Watch me Harvick dominates at Dover for 7th victory of season Inside Keke Palmers Hollywood Journey, From Nickelodeon Star to VMAs Host © Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Keke Palmer is just getting started. The 26-year-old actress and 2020 MTV VMAs host has been performing for nearly two decades. She has starred in movies, television shows, released two albums and successfully made the transition out of child stardom. She's built a legion of fans of both her work and her personality.  Palmer's "Sorry to This Man" meme from her 2019 Vanity Fair lie detector test is arguably as well known as her moving, impromptu pleas to National Guardsmen during a Black Lives Matter protest in June. She's shown that beneath her humor and beaming smile lies thoughtful discourse, self-awareness and an ability to inspire others. That's the core of Palmer's Hollywood journey.  Born in 1993 in Harvey, Illinois, Palmer didn't grow up around the glitz and glamour of Hollywood. The multi-hyphenate's parents met in drama school and worked as professional actors before finding other jobs (her father,...
    The heroes in a half-shell are getting ready to make their return to the big screen. This time, in animated form. Nickelodeon has partnered with Point Grey Pictures to produce a new CGI animated Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles movie. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg of Sausage Party and This is the End fame are set to produce the reboot. According to a new report, Paramount Pictures is set to distribute the new TMNT movie worldwide. Jeff Rowe (Gravity Falls, Connected) has been tapped to direct, with Brendan O’Brian (Neighbors: Sorority Rising, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates) set to pen the screenplay. Plot details are currently being kept under wraps. James Weaver is set to produce alongside Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Said Brian Robbins, President of Kids & Family for ViacomCBS, had this to say in a statement. RELATED: Stern Unleashes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pinball Machines and They’re Totally Awesome “Adding Seth, Evan and James’ genius to the humor and action that’s already an integral part of TMNT is going to make this a next-level reinvention of the...
    Nick News will return with a new special about race hosted by singer Alicia Keys. Nickelodeon announced in a press release Tuesday that Kids, Race and Unity: A Nick News Special will air June 29 at 7 p.m. EST. Kids, Race and Unity aims to amplify the voices and experiences of black children across the country. The special follows the death of George Floyd and comes amid ongoing protests and conversations about racial injustice. Kids, Race and Unity is a one-hour special that features Black Lives Matter leaders answering questions from kids and offers tools for families to have conversations about race and inclusivity. It will also highlight teen activists. “Talking about race can be sensitive and uncomfortable; and sometimes we try to protect our children from racism they are already experiencing. But honestly, there is no way around this topic if we want to move forward in any kind of meaningful way,” Keys said. “What’s happening in the world is not just a problem for the Black community, it’s all of our problem and we have to care about...
    Nickelodeon characters are eager to help celebrate your child’s birthday this year, and they’re just a phone call away! The children’s television network is offering free, personalized birthday phone calls for your child on their special day. From Spongebob Squarepants, Dora the Explorer, Bubble Guppies characters, and more, there are plenty of characters to choose from to help make your child’s day that much more meaningful. Here’s how to make it happen:Visit https://www.nickelodeonbirthdayclub.com/ and click on “Schedule a call.”Then, select your child’s favorite character.Next, you’ll need to fill out your first name, date of birth and gender. Then, you’ll need to fill out the same information for your child.You’ll be able to preview the phone call and make any changes you see fit. Once you’re finished, you’ll click “Next” and provide the phone number and your email address.Once you’re done, keep the phone next to you and get ready to see your child smile! If your child’s birthday has a Nickelodeon TV show theme, the network also has some themed decoration ideas, printables and more on its website as well....
    It was announced last week that the "Looney Tunes" cartoons were receiving a progressive makeover, and Elmer Fudd, who is a hunter, would no longer use guns. Not to be outdone, Nickelodeon wants you to know that SpongeBob SquarePants might be gay. Apparently, the anthropomorphic sea sponge of the massively popular children's cartoon might have a sexual preference. In a tweet posted in honor of Pride Month, Nickelodeon announced that SpongeBob SquarePants is "celebrating #Pride with the LGBTQ+ community and their allies this month and every month." ⁣ The Nickelodeon tweet also features other characters and actors from the kids' TV network that are members of the LGBTQ+ community. Korra from "The Legend of Korra" is gay or bisexual, and actor Michael D. Cohen from "Henry Danger" is a transgender man in real life. This isn't the first controversy over SpongeBob's sexuality. In 2002 episode titled "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve," SpongeBob and his best friend Patrick Star, a pink starfish who also lives in Bikini Bottom, co-parent an abandoned scallop. Before he passed away from ALS...
    Absorbent and yellow and porous is he… and gay? A Pride Month tweet from the official Nickelodeon Twitter account has the internet believing Spongebob Squarepants is not just a happy guy. “Celebrating #Pride with the LGBTQ+ community and their allies this month and every month,” the kids network tweeted out Saturday afternoon, along with rainbow-embossed art of the beloved sea sponge, along with Korra from “The Legend of Korra,” who is bisexual, and the transgender actor Michael D. Cohen from “Henry Danger.” Fans of the nautical cartoon, which began airing in 1999, have long-suspected Spongebob to be gay. In one 2002 episode called “Rock-a-Bye Bivalve,” Spongebob and his best friend Patrick parent an abandoned scallop like a married couple. The internet quickly embraced the newly-out character. “Oh, queer icon Spongebob Squarepants? Yes, we stan!!!!!,” wrote @KalhanR. “Announcing Spongebob being gay then turning comments off cause it ain’t no debate,” tweeted @Drebae_, noting how the network turned off the ability to reply to their tweet. “Nickelodeon SNAPPED.”  Celebrating #Pride with the LGBTQ+ community and their allies this month and every month...
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