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Monthly Archives: March 2010

This is an awesome and better quality video of Dylan and Cole On The KCA’s when they announced the winner check out how exciting this Sprouse Twins moment was!!

Special thanks to Radu one more time!

It was a battle of the brothers at the 2010 Kids’ Choice Awards for the category of Favorite TV Actor.

Cole & Dylan Sprouse were up against Joe & Nick Jonas. Who ended up winning?

Dylan Sprouse ended up taking home the orange blimp for his role as Zack Martin on “The Suite Life on Deck.” In his acceptance speech, he made sure to thank his brother by saying, “I’d like to thank Cole especially, because he’s a little goober.”

-Source: Shine-on-media

Dylan and Cole Sprouse keep up with the funny faces on the orange carpet at Nickelodeon’s 2010 Kids’ Choice Awards held at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion on Saturday (March 27) in Los Angeles.

JJJ caught up with the 17-year-old twins earlier in the day and had a chance to chat with the duo on who they thought should win the orange blimp for Fave TV actor. Dylan told us, “I don’t know. It’s really up to the kids.”

Cole added, “Well, we know one thing, it will be a Disney actor!”

Dylan took home the orange blimp later that night and thanked all the fans who watched Suite Life on Deck who weren’t his grandmother.

-Source: JustJaredJr.com

More and more pics coming up soon!!!

My friend RaduAdrian collaborated with a bunch Dylan and Cole’s pics at The Kids Choice Awards 2010 and i choosed the best ones for all of you i’m pretty sure you’re gonna love them! Keep an eye on Sprouseland more GREAT photos will be post soon meanwhile enjoy and please comment these ones 🙂

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