This past Thursday, VH1 aired the second annual Do Something Awards, which represents a partnership between the music channel and DoSomething.org to honor young people’s commitment to social change. The awards ceremony was hosted by Jane Lynch and featured performances from Demi Lovato, OneRepublic with B.o.B, and Foster The People along with an all-star lineup of presenters, which included Kristen Bell, Nick Cannon, Jon Cryer, Victoria Justice, Adam Lambert, Mario Lopez and more.
'The 2011 Do Something Awards'
What? An inspiring awards show? For a second year, VH1 airs this awards ceremony that honors "young people's commitment to social change." The show also features performances by Demi Lovato, OneRepublic, B.o.B. and Foster the People, a slew of presenters (including Kristen Bell, Jon Cryer and Mario Lopez) and is hosted by the wonderful Jane Lynch. 9 p.m. Thursday on VH1 (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).
Doug Knoop, Seattle Times staff
Do Something Awards to air Thursday, feature Oklahoma celebrities
Blake Shelton, Reba McEntire and Ronnie Dunn are among the nominees, Olivia Munn is a presenter, and Ryan Tedder and OneRepublic are performing.
Several Oklahoma celebrities will perform, present and compete for awards when the 2011 Do Something Awards air at 8 p.m. Thursday on VH1.
Held to recognize the most charitable people, places and events over the past year, the winners of the 2011 Do Something Awards were crowned in Los Angeles, California on Sunday night (August 14).
With "Glee" actress Jane Lynch tending to hosting duties for the second straight year, big winners announced during the swanky ceremony included Olivia Wilde as Do Something Movie Star, Justin Bieber as Do Something Music Artist and David Beckham as Do Something Athlete.
The woman who makes Sue Sylvester so inhospitable has a new role: TV host.
“Glee” star Jane Lynch returns to host the Do Something Awards for the second year at 9 p.m. Thursday on VH1. The event honors celebrities who better the world through their activism. But one category salutes everyday people who are younger than 25; that winner will receive $100,000.
We’ve already told you about the all-star lineup of presenters and performers who will be at the 2011 Do Something! Awards this year, a list that includes Adam Lambert, Victoria Justice, and Nick Cannon, to name a few.
But just today we learned of a few more A-listers who will be on hand at the show and if we can be quite honest, this list? It’s insane. Check out the full roster of attendees and presenters after the jump! The Do Something! Awards air on Thursday, August 18 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.