John Cena Voicing Character In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

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Cena will return as the host of the Kids' Choice Awards, the executive producer of a new gameshow called Keep it Spotless, and he'll voice a brand new villain in the series Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

The 2018 Kids' Choice Awards will also be held at The Forum again in Inglewood, Calif., however, a date still has to be announced.

"John Cena is one of the biggest stars in the world. Kids just love him, which makes him the flawless partner for these upcoming projects", president, Nickelodeon group Cyma Zarghami said in a statement.

Nick said today that, along with fronting the 2018 trophy show/slimefest on March 24, Cena will voice the villainous new character Baron Draxum in Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, a new toon series due late this year.

'I compare it to a WWE event where the show is absolutely 100% made for the audience. That isn't the only part of Cena's partnership with Nickelodeon, however, as he is also producing a new series Keep It Spotless, a competition series that tasks kids with taking on challenges while trying to stay clean as possible.

Hina Khan speaks bad about Shilpa Shinde and disappoints yet again
The Bigg Boss season 11 is coming to an end later this week as the four remaining contestants fight it out for the crowning glory. It has to be recalled that Akash was quite close to Arshi, he hugged her, kissed her and even shared the same bed.

Kids will have to stay clean in order to win major prizes.

Additionally, the network is partnering with Cena on two new projects. "It's gonna be super special to kids".

Cena has joined the cast of the upcoming animated series Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as a villain named Baron Draxum. The recurring character will debut in the show's premiere episode.

In a recent interview, he told E News that they're amping up the wedding planning in the coming weeks.

'It's kind of a special time where there is a little bit of lull and I'm really looking forward to spending some time with Nicole'.

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