Carmelo Anthony, Tia Mowry-Hardrict, Pharrell, Kevin Durant, Gabby Douglas & MORE Hit The Orange Carpet At The 2014 Kids' Choice Sports Awards
Carmelo Anthony and his son Kiyan, Tia Mowry-Hardict, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and many more hit up the orange carpet at Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards yesterday. See the YBF celebs and their kiddies inside...
Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Sports Awards went down yesterday at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion in L.A. And NY Knicks star Carmelo Anthony (who just signed a $124 million deal with his team) was on daddy duty, hitting the carpet with his mini-me Kiyan.
See those custom blue Air Jordan 11’s Kiyan has on? His pops surprised him with new kicks before they made their way to the awards. Nice.
Tia-Mowry-Hardrict posed it up on the carpet in a black tuxedo jumper by Indonesian designer Jeffy Tan.
And look who was in the audience with his mama...Cree. Too cute.
Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas looked fab in a coral and gold crop top with matching swing skirt. She accessorized her look with Martin Katz diamond earrings and diamond ring. The young athlete took home two awards last night: Best Female Athlete and Queen of Swag. Dwyane Wade took home the King of Swag award.
ESPSY Best Male Athlete winner Kevin Durant lit up the carpet with his sparkly gold sneakers. He also won the Kids’ Choice Sports award for Best Male Athlete. Go Kevin!
OKC Thunder baller Russell Westbrook and his fashion flair hit the carpet. He was in the running for two categories last night: King Of Swag and Favorite Comeback Athlete. Unfortunately, he didn’t win the Swag award, but he did have on a shirt from his newly released clothing line, My Westbrook XO Barneys New York. He also just released a new line of unisex eyewear.
Dallas Mavericks center Tyson Chandler bought his family out for the show.
Metta World Peace and his clan stepped out on the carpet. During the half-time show of the awards, Metta and Tyson Chandler were onstage to give 15-year-old L.A. native Ricardo Jacobo Jr. $50,000 after he made the remarkable half-court shot. Nice!
NY Giants receiver Victor Cruz, girlfriend Elaina Watley and their daughter Kennedy Cruz were all smiles on the carpet. Victor took home the Party Like A Sports Star award.
"Live with Kelly and Michael" host Michael Strahan was on hand to host this year’s Kids’ Choice Sports Awards. Before kicking off the show, he and his twin daughters Sophia and Isabella posed on the carpet.
“Hollywood Exes” star Nicole Murphy was there to support her man as he hosted the show. She looked amazing on the carpet with her daughter Zola Ivy Murphy.
After hitting up the ESPY’s, WNBA star Lisa Leslie rounded up her kiddies for the awards show.
L.A. Laker Matt Barnes hit the carpet with his wife/former “BBW” star Gloria Govan and their twins Isaiah and Carter.
The couple recently sat down with Keke Palmer on “Just Keke” and opened up about how being on reality TV affected their relationship. In the interview, Matt said he didn’t want to share the birth of their twins and the inner workings of his relationship with Gloria with the world.
Keke: Matt, what was your reasoning for not wanting Gloria on [“Basketball Wives”]?
Matt: I’d just seen a few shows and, not that we’re the best couple or the happiest couple, but happiness doesn’t sell with that. You know they want to see drama, they want to see fights, they want to see cheating, they want to see this and that. And though our relationship was never perfect, that wasn’t something I wanted to share with everyone. Especially having brand new babies. You know, we just had twins when we were in Orlando. So, it was just something I didn’t want to start off parenthood with. But I also felt [Gloria], she kind of wanted to step outside my shadow and do her thing, so….
Their episode premieres on "Just Keke" at 5pm ET on BET.
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And Lolo Jones struck a pose on the carpet.
Melo and Kiyan caught up with Tyson Chandler and his son.
Tyson and Gabby stopped to sign some autographs and greet fans.
Melo brought Kiyan onstage with him to accept the Clutch Player of the Year award.
Pharrell took the stage to perform his hit "Happy."
And host Michael Strahan got slimed at the end: