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Although Jaden and Willow Smith are busy hanging out with Justin Bieber and whipping their hair back and forth, their dad Will Smith will always be the Fresh Prince.
After winning quite a few Kids' Choice Awards over the years, including "Favorite TV Actor" in 1990 for "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," he'll be handing them out at this year's ceremony on March 31.
This is the 25th anniversary of Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards, which is the only TV awards show to literally douse attendees in green slime, as opposed to, say, the Golden Globes, where the hosts do it figuratively. Marjorie Cohn, the President of Original Programming and Development at Nickelodeon Group and one of the show's exec producers promises it will be "the biggest, loudest, messiest spectacle in the show's 25-year history."
Besides the goo dropped on unsuspecting stars or even the audience, there's also a yearly "Slime Stunt." Last year's spectacle involved a monster truck, a blimp and a whole lot of slime, so there's no telling what kind of madness Nick has in store for viewers this year. Either way, Smith should probably wear a rain slicker.
Smith, who is probably one of the most likable actors in Hollywood, will also be revisiting an old favorite this year with "Men in Black III." The time-traveling three-quel will arrive in theaters a little less than a month after his hosting gig, on May 25, which is a perfect coincidence.
Smith and his spawn have plenty of other projects coming up, like M. Night Shyamalan's "After Earth," which features Will and Jaden alongside Zoe Kravitz and Sophie Okenado. And lest Willow feel left out, Papa Will is producing her big-screen debut as Annie.
Sheesh, it's no wonder he's the kids' choice.