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Shiloh Jolie Pitt And Sister Zahara Show Support For Mother Angelina Jolie At Kids’ Choice Awards

Hollywood A-list celebrity daughter Shiloh Jolie Pitt attended the Nickelodeon 28th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards with her famous mother, Angelina Jolie and 10-year-old sister Zahara. Since birth, Shil...
Shiloh Jolie Pitt And Sister Zahara Show Support For Mother Angelina Jolie At Kids’ Choice Awards
Written by Val Powell
  • Hollywood A-list celebrity daughter Shiloh Jolie Pitt attended the Nickelodeon 28th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards with her famous mother, Angelina Jolie and 10-year-old sister Zahara.

    Since birth, Shiloh has been listed as one of Hollywood’s most beautiful children many times, which is not a surprise, really. The 8-year-old has her mother’s big, sparkling, blue eyes, pouty lips, beautiful cheek bones and heart-shaped face. She has also inherited Brad Pitt’s famous blonde locks.

    Shiloh sported a simple, gray hoodie over a black tee while Zahara rocked a white sweater. The two girls came to the event in support of their mother Jolie, who announced earlier this month that she had just undergone a major surgery. Jolie had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to prevent cancer. Jolie’s attendance was her first public appearance since revealing her second preventive surgery.

    Jolie earned two nominations at the 2015 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, which was held on March 28 in Inglewood, California. She was nominated for Favorite Villain and favorite Movie Actress for the movie Maleficent. Shiloh’s mom won Favorite Villain but lost Favorite Actress to The Amazing Spider Man 2 leading lady Emma Stone.

    Jolie hugged Shiloh and Zahara before going up the stage to receive her award and give her speech. Jolie delivered a heartfelt and empowering message not only to her daughters but to anyone who’s ever felt out of place, saying being different is good.

    “When I was little, like Maleficent, I was told that I was different. And I felt out of place — too loud, too full of fire, never good at sitting still, never good at fitting in,” Jolie said.

    “And, then one day I realized something, something that I hope you all realize: Different is good,” she added, prompting enthusiastic screams from the young crowd. “And, as your villain, I would also say cause a little trouble — it’s good for you.”

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