Nothing says family affair quite like an afternoon getting slimed at a major awards show.
Friendly exes Heidi Klum and Seal are set to attend the 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards with their children, as well as Gwen Stefani, Blac Chyna, Kevin Hart, Nick Cannon, Mariah Carey and more, PEOPLE confirms exclusively.
Last year, Stefani’s boyfriend Blake Shelton hosted the show while she was in Tokyo for a concert. Her sons Apollo, 3, and Zuma, 8, however, were spotted in the audience having a blast cheering on the country singer.
Hart is nominated for four awards this year, which include Most Wanted Pet, Favorite Villain and Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie for his role as Snowball from The Secret Life of Pets. He also holds two nominations in the newly-added category BFFs (Best Friends Forever) for his friendship with Dwayne Johnson in Central Intelligence and Ice Cube in Ride Along 2.
“Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards is the biggest party for kids, and I’m so excited and honored to host this year’s show,” he said in a press release. “I have a lot of big surprises in store so bring on the slime!”
The 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards will air March 11 at 8 p.m. EST on Nickelodeon.
What do Dwyane Wade, Heidi Klum and Stella McCartney have in common? The trio are soon to be teammates.
No, the Chicago Bulls haven’t made any unconventional signings — this deal is strictly business. Sleepwear and underwear company Naked Brand Group and intimate apparel brand Bendon Limited announced plans to merge under a newly formed Australian holding company.
Wade, then with the Miami Heat, partnered with Naked two years ago in the company’s first celebrity endorsement deal. The Robbins native, three-time NBA champion and Bulls guard has a namesake Wade x Naked underwear line that launched last year. Bendon makes Heidi Klum and Stella McCartney’s licensed lingerie and swimwear lines.
Naked and Bendon announced plans to merge in January. The deal would give New Zealand-based Bendon access to U.S. capital markets to help it grow its business, while giving New York’s Naked access to Bendon’s distribution channels, the companies said at the time.
Naked and Bendon also extended the deadline to settle on a definitive agreement until April, Naked said in a news release Friday.