The "Hannah Montana" star won top honors at Saturday night's Kids Choice Awards, joining the hit vampire flick "Twilight" in the winner's circle at the annual Nickelodeon extravaganza.
"Twilight" teen phenom Taylor Lautner picked up two awards at the Los Angeles ceremony, winning an orange blimp -- the storied Kids' Choice trophy -- for Favorite Male Actor, as well as for his half of the inaugural Cutest Couple win he shared with co-star Kristin Stewart.
Other big-name winners at the awards, hosted by "King of Queens" and "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" comedian Kevin James, included "Up" for animated movie, Jim Carrey for voice from an animated movie, "American Idol" for reality show, and Selena Gomez for TV actress.
Musicians who took home the blimps included the Black Eyed Peas, who won for best group, Jay-Z for male singer, and Taylor Swift for female singer and song "You Belong With Me."
Misty May Treanor, an Olympic gold medalist volleyball player, won for female athlete, while skateboarder Ryan Sheckler earned favorite male athlete honors.
Michelle Obama was also recognized, winning the "Big Help" award, honoring her "Let's Move" campaign to combat childhood obesity.
Presenters at the program included singer Katy Perry, who got blasted with slime as she presented Cyrus' award in the show's annual green-goo tradition. "Superbad" funnyman Jonah Hill stopped Perry from covering Cyrus in the messy slime as she chased the young actress across the stage, taking the singer down.
"First Date" co-stars Tina Fey and Steve Carell were also slimed onstage, as was host Kevin James.