Whether it was the honey dew tan, or the post-wedding glow, Megan Fox was looking nothing short of radiant as she attended her first red carpet event after tying the knot with Brian Austin Green in Hawaii.
The stunning brunette – whose wedding pictures appeared in last week's HELLO! - was a surprise presenter at the VH1 Do Something Awards in Los Angeles.
The 2010 VH1 "Do Something" Awards show was held last night at the Hollywood Palladium and many of your favorite Fanlala stars made it out to recognize some amazing human beings! The very lucky guests were entertained by Jane Lynch of “Glee,” who brought a ton of laughs to the show!
The 2010 Do Something Awards aired LIVE on VH1 on July 19th from the Hollywood Palladium in Hollywood. Hosted by Jane Lynch, the evening represented a high-energy mix of pop culture, entertainment, music, and activism by celebrating young do-gooders, celebrities and organizations that have made a commitment to social change in their communities and the world. The show featured musical performances by Natasha Bedingfield, Lifehouse, and Travie McCoy with special guest Bruno Mars was an all star event.
The 2010 Do Something Awards took place on Monday night. The awards show is organized by DoSomething.org to celebrate young do-gooders, celebrities and organizations that have made a commitment to social change.
Two of the big winners for the evening included some popular musicians. The Jonas Brothers and Snoop Dogg were honored on stage in two important categories.
VH1 Do Something Awards took place Monday night to honor people committed to social change. Joe Jonas, Debby Ryan, Demi Lovato, Kellan Lutz and Boo Boo Stewart all were honored or presented at the ceremony in Hollywood.
Kellan won the Do Something for the Animals award and Joe picked up the Do Something Music Artist trophy.
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Hollywood was filled with do-gooders last night as VH1 teamed with DoSomething.org for the first annual Do Something! Awards, hosted by Glee’s resident sharp-tongued coach Sue Sylvester aka Jane Lynch.
Singer/actress Demi Lovato decided to do something alright — look gorgeous while arriving for the show, where she served as presenter. Others attending included Joe Jonas, Natasha Bedingfield, Travie McCoy, Bruno Mars, and Snoop Dogg.
A number of Hollywood stars were featured at a different sort of awards show on Monday night. VH1's "Do Something" Awards celebrates those who go out and make a difference in society -- some of these people are major stars, but a number of other "winners" are just everyday people who are trying their best to impact the community.
A few of the selected winners included "Glee" for a TV show, the Jonas Brothers for a
"Glee" star Jane Lynch put aside competitive cheerleading coach alter ego Sue Sylvester
on Monday night and showed her (slightly) softer side as host of the 2010 VH1 Do Something Awards, which honor young people and celebrities for their charitable work and activism. And while stars like Bret Michaels and the "Jersey Shore" cast lent their talents to pre-taped promos for the show, it was a live appearance by Megan Fox, her first since marrying Brian Austin Green earlier this summer, that had people talking.