While her former bandmates in Fifth Harmony accepted two Kids' Choice Awards -- favorite music group and favorite song, for "Work From Home" -- Camila Cabello took the stage for the first awards-show performance of "Bad Things," her pop hit with rapper Machine Gun Kelly.

The pair's debut TV set of "Bad Things," which also marked Cabello's first performance as a solo artist since leaving Fifth Harmony, was on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Jan. 30. (This time around, a couple of the song's lyrics were censored for Nickelodeon's program.)

Little Mix, winners of the favorite global music star award on Saturday night's televised show, adapted two of their songs for a medley on the Kids' Choice stage. The British girl group sang Glory Days singles "Touch" and "Shout Out to My Ex," joined by a troupe of male dancers.

Watch the full performances on Nickelodeon's website ("Bad Things" here and "Touch"/"Shout Out to My Ex" here).