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The Nickelodeon HALO Awards is a TV awards show that airs annualy on one or more of the Nickelodeon network of channels. It profiles five ordinary teens who are Helping And Leading Others (HALO). Created by chairman Nick Cannon, the show is similar to other awards shows, such as CNN's Heroes award. The HALO Awards "...flips the script and features today's biggest celebrities giving out the awards instead of receiving them," said Marjorie Cohn, Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Development of Nickelodeon. It profiles four teens who are usually seniors in high school or has just started college, that sacrificed themselves to better the lives of others.
Fifth Harmony will be performing at this year's Nickelodeon HALO Awards show. The awards ceremony is set to air on Nov. 29 on Nickelodeon. It will also feature performances from other artists like Tori Kelly, Walk The Moon and Flo Rida. Joe Jonas' group DNCE will also perform their hit song "Cake By The Ocean." Nick Cannon will host the awards, which will include appearances from some of Nickelodeon's biggest stars from television shows like "Bella and the Bulldogs," "Every Witch Way" and "Make It Pop." Also part of the night will be a a special award presented to Justin Bieber. The "What Do You Mean?" singer will be honored with the first-ever HALO Hall of Fame Award. The award recognizes a celebrity who helps and leads others by example. While Bieber may be known to cause controversy, he is very dedicated to his work with foundations like Make-A-Wish and Pencils of Promise.
The 2016 Nickelodeon HALO Awards, Nick Cannon will take the stage to honor four teens who have been making a difference in their communities and changing the world by "Helping and Leading Others" (HALO). The one-hour musical event will feature special performances by Jason Derulo, Hailee Steinfeld, Zedd, Alessia Cara, Daya and JoJo Siwa, and appearances by Jake Miller and Jacob Whitesides.
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