The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards is always a super-fun event. Celebrities often get incredibly creative on the orange carpet and deliver bright, exciting outfits, so now that the 2018 blimps have all been handed out, it's time to focus on fashion! Wonderwall.com is taking a look at which stars came out on top and whose style was super-unique, to put it nicely. Nick Cannon and ex-wife Mariah Carey — who reunited to bring their twins, Moroccan and Monroe, to the show on March 24 — might not have looked exactly fashionable. But were their matching outfits adorable? Absolutely! Keep reading to see the rest of the best and worst dressed stars at the KCAs…
While at first glance, Millie Bobby Brown's ensemble might seem quite dull, a closer look shows that the "Stranger Things" actress was making a bold statement in this denim Calvin Klein look. The front was embroidered with the words "Never Again" and on the back, the 14 year old honored the Parkland school shooting victims — get a closer look next…
The back of Millie Bobby Brown's denim shirt was embroidered with the names of the 17 people who were senselessly killed by a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, in February.
Heidi Klum wore a sparkly dress by Redemption with large floral embellishments along the hem. While she always looks stunning, the bottom of the model-mogul's mini wasn't our fave.
Zendaya looked beautiful at the 2018 KCAs in a nude tulle frock that gave off some serious vintage prom dress vibes.
Kristen Bell looked chic and sunny on the orange carpet in a cropped blouse paired with a bright skirt, both by Emilia Wickstead. The presenter's pulled-back hair and Faris earrings completed the look.
Spice Girl Mel B loves to push fashion boundaries, but the "America's Got Talent" host's ultra-sheer silver-studded bodysuit was just way too see-through for an event like the Kids' Choice Awards.
"A Wrinkle in Time" star Storm Reid brought a serious splash of color to the Kids' Choice Awards. The 14 year old looked mature yet age-appropriate in this Moschino suit. It's definitely not a look just anyone can pull off. Fortunately, Reid made it work!
Candace Cameron Bure tried to go for a simpler look on the orange carpet and it wasn't a total success. Her white cropped tee and black leather skirt didn't jive with her booties and her makeup did nothing for us. The "Fuller House" star, who attended the event with her daughter, seemed to be trying a little too hard to pull off a casual, youthful look.
Yara Shahidi has never met a red carpet she didn't shine on. The "Grown-ish" actress looked absolutely adorable in a black-and-white polka-dot Rasario dress. The outfit appeared effortless and comfortable and once again showed that Yara is a force to be reckoned with in every realm — especially fashion!
Kat Graham's outfit at the Kids' Choice Awards left us inspired. The "Vampire Diaries" alum went for a fierce look, pairing a T-shirt with a black tulle skirt and studded booties. She finished it off with sharp winged eyeliner and a statement lip.
JoJo Siwa let her unique personality shine in this bright outfit. The 14-year-old singer upped her signature bow with some sparkles, which corresponded with her shiny purple sequined skirt. The YouTube personality had a big night: She took home the blimp for favorite YouTube musical creator and also got slimed!
Skai Jackson dared to be different by wearing a shiny patterned jumpsuit on the red carpet. While the pineapple over her chest was an interesting choice (we thought it was an orange Nickelodeon blimp at first!), she managed to pull it off, tying the look together with tangerine-colored heels.
Chloe Kim showed us another side of herself in a chic white ruffled dress by Rebecca Vallance that she paired with pink heels. The snowboarder proved she can win red carpets, just like she wins Olympic gold medals!
We're not totally sure what Patrick Schwarzenegger was going for with this dark look with bold white pockets. Luckily for the "Midnight Sun" actor, it might be impossible for him to truly look bad in any outfit.
"This Is Us" actor Parker Bates, who plays young Kevin Pearson, looked as cool as can be in his pink suit. The 11 year old rolled up the sleeves and pant legs and paired the look with a black hamburger T-shirt. We're impressed with this kid!
Hailee Steinfeld was complete and utter perfection at the Kids' Choice Awards. The singer, who, along with Storm Reid, presented Millie Bobby Brown with the award for favorite TV actress, looked incredibly chic in a white blouse with silver accents and sparkly silver pants. Can we please borrow this?!
Marsai Martin is looking fierce! The 13-year-old "Black-ish" star wore a flowery Alexander McQueen top with a pink skirt also by the designer. The flowers were youthful (most adults wouldn't be able to look chic in this) and the teen looked fantastic!
Lizzy Greene's outfit for the Kids' Choice Awards couldn't have been more perfect. The 14-year-old "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn" star had the ultimate accessory in that sundial belt she paired with a simple black top and fun white printed skirt. But what really made the look sing was her high, wavy ponytail and winged eyeliner. Total win!
"This Is Us" actress Hannah Zeile looked great in a sparkly teal minidress. The only problem? The thigh-high black boots she wore with them brought down the glam factor and looked too wintery.
The top of Jenna Ortega's Tommy Hilfiger dress? We love it. The bottom? Not so much. We can forgive her for the skirt, only because the "Jane the Virgin" actress is owning the hair and makeup game.
Lonnie Chavis is already a red, er, orange carpet pro. The 10-year-old "This Is Us" actor looked sharp in a dark-colored sweater with a myriad of patches on it. If this is what he can do with fashion now, his sartorial future is certainly bright!
Laurie Hernandez's big smile is the perfect accessory for any red carpet, but that couldn't save her look here. While pink is certainly a flattering color on the Olympic gymnast, the deep V-neck of her dress paired with a nude bodysuit underneath ages her considerably. While her bold makeup was a hit, her hair brought the look down, again making her appear much older than 17 (and not in a good way!).
Tiffani Thiessen brought a welcome splash of red and pink to the orange carpet. While she looked absolutely stunning, the ruffles and neckline of her dress were unflattering on the "Saved by the Bell" alum.
Stevie Nelson was the picture of sunshine in this yellow, off-the shoulder dress. The 32-year-old actress had the full package with this look — effortlessly chic wavy hair, simple pumps and natural-looking makeup. There's nothing like a perfect yellow dress on an award show carpet!
Jayden Bartels had the perfect balance of chic and mature at this year's Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards. The 13-year-old "Dance Moms" star paired a simple white blouse with a pink sparkly skirt and looked instantly amazing. Jayden proves sometimes less is more and simple can be a sensation!
Lilimar Hernandez definitely wanted to be different. The Venezuelan actress looked beautiful in yellow and we even love the idea of pairing a yellow dress with lilac pumps. However, we were totally lost when it came to the messy tulle at the bottom of the dress. Sewing project gone wrong, perhaps?
Daniella Perkins wore a color we don't often see — lime green. However, somehow the Musical.ly phenom-turned-actress managed to make it work by keeping her accessories, hair and makeup all pretty neutral. Cheers to being a risk-taker!
Madisyn Shipman's look is a bit confusing. The "Peanuts Movie" actress paired a pale pink top with bright yellow shorts and while we applaud her for trying something different, it just didn't work. Her saving grace was her chic low ponytail and beautiful makeup.
Savannah May went bold and she shouldn't go back! The actress might have clashed with the orange carpet in her red jumpsuit, but who cares? The one-shouldered ruffled outfit with slits on the legs looked absolutely incredible. Her loose waves made the look a bit more casual, which was perfect for the fun atmosphere at the Kids' Choice Awards.