"Rugrats" and "All That" were the big winners at Nickelodeon's 12th annual "Kids' Choice Awards" honoring youngsters' favorite programs, movies and celebrities.
"All That" picked up honors Saturday night in Westwood for favorite TV show and favorite TV actor for its Kel Mitchell, while the "Rugrats" TV show and movie were voted favorite cartoon and favorite movie, respectively.
Rosie O'Donnell hosted the ceremony at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion, where awards were given out to youngsters' favorites in 17 movie, television, music, sports, book and video game categories.
Favorite group honors went to 'N Sync, while favorite singer went to Will Smith. Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore were voted best actor and actress, respectively.
Jonathan Taylor Thomas won this year's Kids' Choice Hall of Fame award.
A record 6.2 million votes were cast at Burger King restaurants nationwide and via toll-free call-ins during Nickelodeon programming and through Nickelodeon Online and nick.com.