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All The Kiddie Cuteness At Nickelodeon's 2019 Kids' Choice Awards Is Almost Too Much To Handle!

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Celebs brought their kids out to turn up at Nickelodeon's 2019 Kids' Choice Awards. See their family flicks inside....


It was a total family affair on the orange carpet at Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards, hosted by DJ Khaled. The show broadcasted live from USC's Galen Center in Los Angeles and tons of celebs came out with their kiddies. We can hardly stand the adorableness.

Rap group Migos - who were nominated for their first Kids' Choice Award in the category of Favorite Music Group - were tapped to perform a medley of their hits. And it was the perfect event to bring all of their kids along for the fun. The rappers snapped it up on the carpet with their little ones, along with their record label CEO Pierre "Pee" Thomas.

The Quality Control honcho recently welcomed a baby boy with Kaylar Will as he awaits the arrival of his other child with Lira Galore.


T.I. and Tiny Harris brought the Harris Clan for the awards show festivities.

Aww! Heiress is daddy's girl.

Tip posted a picture of him and his family heading inside the event and folks were dragging Tiny. He got fed up and popped off on all the "goofys" talking ish about his wife:

By the way, a new season of "T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle" premieres April 15th on VH1.

Reality star-turned-tech company guru Ray J brought the special women in his life to the awards show - his wife Princess Love and daughter Melody Norwood.

She's so freakin' adorable! 



The James Gang was in the mix! LeBron & Savannah James' kids - LeBron Jr., Bryce & Zhuri James - hit the carpet with the sibling cuteness.

Berkeley Brynn Gross stole the show with her pink hair as she posed it up in front of her parents Lance Gross and Rebecca Jefferson.

Rapper Tyga was on daddy duty with his son King Cairo Stevenson. He's a big boy now.

Mother-son love! Tia Mowry Hardrict took her son Cree Hardrict to the show for some one-on-one time.

Mini-me! "Growing Up Hip Hop" star Vanessa Simmons and her daughter Ava Marie Wayans served up mother-daughter poses on the carpet.

Host DJ Khaled brought his son Asahd and his fiance Nicole Tuck to the show. They were joined by rapper Fat Joe's wife Lorena Cartagena and their daughter Azariah Cartagena.

Khaled's new album, Father of Asahd, is set to drop May 17th.

Hollywood titan Will Smith - who's currently filming Bad Boys 3 - was tapped to present an award with his Aladdin cast mates. Aladdin hits theaters May 24th.

While on the set of Bad Boys 3, Will shared a touching story about how his co-star Martin Lawrence nabbed him for Bad Boys:


Electric Lady! Grammy nominated singer Janelle Monae hit the carpet in a black-and-white Petar Petrov tuxedo dress paired with black-and-yellow Christian Louboutin ankle boots. She looked good on the carpet, but that didn't last for long:



"NCIS: Los Angeles" star Nia Long hit the carpet and looked better than ever!

Disney starlet Skai Jackson, who turns 17 next month, debuted a new cropped coif on the carpet as she snapped it up in this colorful Rami Kadi dress straight from the runway. "be bold • take risks," she captioned on Instagram.

"Stranger Things" star Caleb McLaughlin was nominated in the Favorite Male TV Star category. Unfortunately, he didn't win. However, a new season of "Stranger Things" will premiere on Netflix this summer. See the trailer HERE.

Hmm...Shameik Moore...we can't say we're feeling this ensemble.

Push through, Serayah. We wonder how she feels about her "Empire" co-star Jussie Smollett and all of the drama surrounding him.


Photos: Xavier Collin/Image Press Agency/Splash/MEGA/Instar


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