After dominating the MTV EMAs this weekend, Justin Bieber is set to receive another big award.
The “Sorry” singer will be receiving the first ever HALO Hall of Fame Award at the Nick Cannon hosted show which honors young community members from across the country who are “helping and leading others.” The HALO Hall of Fame Award recognizes a celebrity who helps and leads others by making the world a better place. Justin has always been very active in giving back and is being honored for his work with with Make-A-Wish and Pencils of Promise.
“There’s no better way to begin the holiday season than by celebrating the amazing work of these four teens and our first HALO Hall of Fame recipient Justin Bieber at the Nickelodeon HALO Awards,” Cannon said in a statement. “Justin’s commitment to granting wishes for kids is unparalleled, and his ability to inspire and lead others through his positive actions is at the core of what HALO is all about.”
In addition to Bieber’s big honor, the night will be filled with some amazing music. Fifth Harmony will perform “Worth it,” DNCE will play “Cake by the Ocean” while Flo Rida plans to play some of his greatest hits and new track, “My House.” WALK THE MOON will also take the stage performing “Shut Up and Dance” and “Different Colors.” Tori Kelly is also set to perform.
The four young honorees are 16-year-old Ethan Cruikshank from Mechanicsville, Va; 15-year-old Riley Gantt from Sherman Oaks, Calif.; 14-year-old Joshua Williams from Miami Beach, Fla; and 18-year-old Ruchita Zaparde from Plainsboro, N.J.
Nickelodeon’s Halo Awards will air Nov. 29.
— Nickelodeon (@Nickelodeon) October 29, 2015