Justin Bieber, Nick Cannon and some other Hollywood stars are rewarding teen volunteers during the annual TeenNick HALO Awards in November. Four teenagers who have contributed and given back to their communities are going to come to Los Angeles for the show’s taping on Nov. 17 and will be given their awards by the celebrities attending the show.
In addition to Bieber and Cannon, Nickelodeon has announced that Emma Stone, Josh Duhamel and Tyra Banks will all be coming to the fourth annual awards show. Cannon created the TeenNick HALO (Helping And Leading Others) Awards in 2009 to reward teens who are “helping and leading others.”
This year’s recipients range in age from 16 to 19 and include one person who started an organization to provide clothes for teen girls in low-income families and another who makes and distributes gift bags for breast cancer patients having chemotherapy. The TeenNick HALO Awards are airing as a 90-minute special on Nickelodeon on Nov. 19.