DoSomething.org and VH1 have announced the winners for this year’s 2011 Do Something Awards.
Hosted by Glee star Jane Lynch, the ceremony honored and celebrated the nation’s best young world-changers who represent the pivotal “do-ers” in their field, cause or issue.
Celebrities such as Tyra Banks, David Beckham, Justin Bieber, Sophia Bush, Will Ferrell, Demi Lovato and Olivia Wilde were on-hand to receive awards in a variety of categories from ‘Do Something Movie Star’ to ‘Do Something Athlete’ for all they have done to inspire young people.
Stage veterans Stephen Colbert, Will Ferrell, and Olivia Wilde were among the winners of the 2011 Do Something Awards, which were announced on a VH1 telecast, hosted by Glee star Jane Lynch.
The ceremony honored and celebrated the nation's best young world-changers who represent the pivotal "do-ers" in their field, cause or issue, as well as celebrities who have inspired young people.
Sure, VH1's "Do Something Awards" are all about celebrating community involvement and giving back and all that fancy jazz. And the awards brought together all kinds of people from different walks of life in the spirit of doing good. But there were also some pretty hilarious photos from the night, and we wouldn't be doing our job if we didn't share them with you.
Tonight on VH1, The 2011 Do Something Awards hosted by Jane Lynch will honor celebrities and young people actually making a difference in the world. Oh, and also, Justin Bieber was there!!1! You can watch the show on VH1 at 9/8 C, but til that time, we would like to offer you our signature For Your Consideration: The 2011 Do Something Awards.
DEAR ROSE: HE LIKES HIS TEAM. HE’S SET WITH THAT TEAM. THEY’RE ONLY COMFORTABLE WITH THEIR EQUIPMENT.
Adam Lambert and Rose McGowan
I'm not a big fan of adults, and I'm frankly beginning to doubt their ability to make our world a better place. Take Congress -- please. On the other hand, I've been heartened in recent weeks by working on The 2011 VH1 Do Something! Awards -- which airs tonight at 9PM. The show -- hosted by the amazing and consistently hilarious Jane Lynch -- puts the spotlight on young people making a difference by "rocking the causes" that matter the most to them, as well as celebrating lots of more familiar celebrities who use their star power for the common good.