WWE Superstar John Cena is returning to host the 2018 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and is working with the network on two additional projects, including a brand-new competition series titled Keep It Spotless.
'It's a wonderful environment, ' Cena said of the awards show.
With the announcement, Cena becomes the third host behind Whitney Houston and Rosie O'Donnell to host the ceremony back to back years.
Toowoomba memorial service today will #DoItForDolly
Sky News reports she was a 6-year-old girl whose beaming smile went around the world. He also shared a fond, personal memory of how she came to be known as Dolly.
Cena also commented on Kids' Choice and compared it to WWE. On top of all that, I'm coming to Nickelodeon with a insane game show called Keep It Spotless, where kids have to keep it spotless for huge prizes! "His blend of humor and originality brings a fresh voice to Nickelodeon both in front of the camera and behind".
I guess this means Cena has scored a hat trick with Nickelodeon. Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is co-executive produced by Andy Suriano and Ant Ward.
Bruno Mars, the Killers and Muse to Headline BottleRock
A variety of passes are available , from a general three-day admission ($349) to a three-day platinum all-access pass ($3900). On Monday, BottleRock Napa Valley announced Mars will headline this year's three-day event alongside The Killers and Muse .
In a recent interview, he told E News that they're amping up the wedding planning in the coming weeks. Cena's recurring character will appear in the premiere episode and throughout the series, which follows the band of brothers as they encounter new mutants and villains and discover a mystical world they never knew existed beneath the streets of New York City.
In addition to joining Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Cena is expanding his partnership with Nickelodeon. After each game, a 360-degree scanner will measure each team's mess to determine who kept it the most tidy.
20 civilians killed by Assad regime in E. Ghouta
Russian Federation first launched bombing raids in 2015 in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces. The Russian Ministry of Defense reportedly called the reports of destroyed military aircraft "fake".