Sarah vs Psy in Nickelodeon awards

Sarah Geronimo faces tough competition in Korean superstar Psy, her fellow nominee for Favorite Asian Act in Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards (KCA)  2013.

The Popstar Princess is also up against  other popular Asian artists like  Chinese Mando-pop singer and former Super Junior member Han Geng and Malaysia’s “Asian Wave” champion Shila Amzah.

The KCA is an annual awards show for singers, TV and movie personalities, participated in by viewers of the international kiddie channel Nickelodeon.

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The poll started last February 14.

The Nickelodeon's official website describes Sarah as “a true Philippine superstar for the 21st century.”

The full text reads: “The Philippines' "Popstar Princess" Sarah Geronimo got her big break at age 14 when she won a TV singing competition. Smash albums such as "Popstar: A Dream Come True" and "Just Me" followed, along with film roles. Now, at age 24, she is already a multi-awarded, multi-platinum recording artist, a movie star, a TV personality with her own musical variety show, and an inspiration to young people and adults alike. She's a true Philippine superstar for the 21st century!”

Last year’s winners were Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift and Adam Sandler.

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The Kids’ Choice Awards 2013, to be hosted by Josh Duhamel, will be held at Galen Center, Los Angeles, California on March 23.

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