The Nickelodeon’s 2014 Kids Choice Awards are this Saturday which means the production crew is hard at work finalizing the festivities, including seating for a slew of celebs who will be in attendance. Big Time Rush’s Carlos PenaVega gave OK! a tour of the setup Thursday afternoon to get the scoop on who will be sitting with who (could their be a bromance brewing between two teen heartthrobs?) and his upcoming game show Web Heads, plus the sweet thing wife Alexa PenaVega does for him every day.
OK!: Let’s take a look at these seating arrangements, is there anyone you’re excited to see on Saturday?
Carlos PenaVega: I’m surprised to see David Blaine is coming but I’m excited. I’m going to ask him to do a couple of magic tricks for me. I’m going to be like, “Hey man, do you mind making $100 appear?” Todrick Hall—I’m really excited to see him, he’s awesome. He did that really cool safety video for Virgin America. It’s a musical. The song is so catchy. My wife and I just play it over and over when we’re on a flight. Cody Simpson in the front row next to Austin Mahone—maybe there’s a bromance going on there.
OK!: How is married life?
CP: I love it! It’s awesome. She cooks the best food.
OK!: What’s your favorite thing she cooks?
CP: In my vows I put in there that she had to cook breakfast for me every morning and she does that. She makes me a breakfast sandwich every morning with fruit and other stuff.
OK!: Tell me about your new game show Web Heads.
CP: We’re bringing back the nineties Nickelodeon game show vibe. The creator of Web Heads actually created Legends of the Hidden Temple, which was one of my all-time favorite shows. The prizes are sick. I can’t really say a lot but some of the grand prizes include trips to Hawaii, full blown out entertainment packages. The games are a lot of fun. They involve viral videos. The kids watch the videos and then tell me what they think happens next. We’ll do ones where kids have to get in these big, crazy contraptions, like a big hamster wheel, and the kids have to walk in the hamster wheel while they watch the video, then I ask them a question.
OK!: What are you doing with your own music?
CP: So we’re shooting for two weeks and then I’m going into the studio to finish my EP for my Latin band. I’m working with a full-on Latin band called PenaVega. It’s got a Maroon 5 type of vibe but all Spanish music.
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