Harrison Ford hung up Indiana Jones' fedora to be drenched in slime
Hollywood's A-listers have gone home covered in slime, following the 21st Annual Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards.
Harrison Ford, Cameron Diaz and Orlando Bloom were amongst the celebrities drenched in green goo, the ceremony's traditional badge of honour.
The night's big winner was 15-year-old Miley Cyrus, star of Disney's Hannah Montana show, who received favourite TV actress and favourite singer.
Johnny Depp was named favourite actor, while Diaz won an inspiration award.
The "Wannabe" prize goes to a celebrity role model who children look up to.
Diaz used her time at the winner's podium to promote environmental causes, saying to the audience of children: "You're going to change the world.
"Every one of you kids is the future - go out and make the world a better place."
TV show - Drake and Josh
Reality show - American Idol
TV actor - Drake Bell
TV actress - Miley Cyrus (pictured)
Movie actor - Johnny Depp
Movie actress - Jessica Alba
Female singer - Miley Cyrus
Male singer - Chris Brown
Book - Harry Potter series
Movie - Alvin and the Chipmunks
The actress added that the Wannabe prize was "the biggest honour of my entire life". She previously won a Kids Choice award for burping in 2001.
Other winners on the night included Eddie Murphy, who picked up favourite voice from an animated movie for Shrek the Third, American Idol, which won favourite reality show and the Jonas Brothers for favourite music group.
My Name Is Earl star Jason Lee took home one of the orange blimp trophies for Alvin and the Chipmunks, which won favourite movie, and promised to "hang it from the ceiling".
Teenage heartthrob Drake Bell was the recipient of two prizes - favourite TV actor and favourite TV show for sitcom Drake and Josh.
But the show was mainly about anarchic fun.
R&B singer Akon crashed a dune buggy into giant containers of green slime, while Usher blasted a sumo wrestler with goo fired from a cannon.
German supermodel Heidi Klum, meanwhile, flew from the roof on a bungee cord and had to pop balloons with a spike attached to her backside.
The ceremony also featured a host of celebrities burping the tune to the Village People's YMCA.
Host Jack Black announced that 88 million votes had been cast this year, more than twice last year's record number of 40 million.
The show concluded with Black and Orlando Bloom sitting in chairs high above the audience being drenched with what Black claimed was "27 million gallons" of green slime.