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Sandra Bullock Won’t Be At ‘Kids’ Choice Awards’

The recent Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock will not be attending Nickelodeon’s “Kids’ Choice Awards” this weekend, but her representatives told USA Today that she did not cancel, as some media outlets have reported. She “never planned to attend,” according to the report.

Sandra Bullock at the 2010 Golden Globes

Sandra Bullock, 2010 Golden Globes

Bullock has been staying out of the spotlight, including canceling a London PR trip to promote “The Blind Side,” since reports have come out about her husband’s, Jesse James, affairs. Several women have come forward this past week claiming to be mistresses of Jesse James, including Michelle “Bombshell” McGee, Melissa Smith, Brigitte Daguerre, and a mystery woman who has reportedly sought help from celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred.

Bullock, who won an Academy Award in March for her role in “The Blind Side,” is nominated in the Favorite Actress category at the “Kids’ Choice Awards.”  She attended the kids’ awards show last year, in which she was a good sport when she was slimed.

Bullock has won several awards this season for her work and seemed to be on top of the world, before it all came crashing down with the alleged affairs by her husband.  She was even in good spirits when she accepted a Razzie award, which honors worst-acting and movies, in-person for her movie, “All About Steve.”  Click here to see her hilarious acceptance speech at the Razzies.

The “Kids’ Choice Awards” air live on Saturday, March 27, at 8 p.m. (ET) on Nickelodeon.  Let’s hope Sandra wins!

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