Do Something Awards 2011
Do Something Awards is an annual event which brings together people involved in social activity. Young people who are under 25 years and who contribute to improving society have great chances to hold the award. Besides, another category which can be distinguished with the award embodies celebrities revealing social activism. The Do Something awards 2011 took place in Los Angeles on August 14.
The list of Do Something Awards nominees included such celebrities as Justin Bieber, David Beckham, Olivia Wilde, Kim Kardashian, Tyra Banks and others. 17 year-old Justin attended the ceremony in 2010. This year he won in the music artist category beating Black Eyed Peace, Nick Jonas, Lady Gaga, Adam Lambert and Linkin Park. On the website of VH1 Channel, it was written,
Justin dedicated a music video to the many children battling illnesses worldwide, raising $150,000 for a Buffalo, New York children’s hospital and works with Pencils of Promise to help build schools and increase education opportunities in the developing world by donating $1 from every ticket sold to the organization.
David Beckham became another Do Something Awards winner who was recognized as the best athlete.
Beckham has donated his money and time to causes including UNICEF’s Unite for Children Unite Against Aids, Malaria No More, which aims to eradicate African Malaria deaths, and England for Sports Relief, which helps disadvantaged people around the world.
Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas’s Make A Wave song was recognized as the best charitable song.
The Do Something Awards ceremony will be broadcasting on VH1 Channel on August 18.
Do Something Awards 2011 Winners
Do Something Movie Star:
Do Something Comedian:
Do Something Athlete:
Do Something Music Artist:
Do Something Style:
Do Something Charity Song:
-Born This Way Lady Gaga
- God Bless America Beyonce
-Make A Wave Demi Lovato & Joe Jonas
-Sing My Chemical Romance
-Thank You CeeLo Green
Do Something Twitter:
Do Something Concert:
-CMT Presents Jimmy Buffett & Friends: Live From the Gulf Coast Featuring Kenny Chesney & The Zac Brown Band
-Kokua For Japan Benefit Concert Featuring Willie Nelson & Jack Johnson
-Music Builds: The CMT Disaster Relief Concert Featuring Keith Urban & Alan Jackson
-Oklahoma Tornado Relief Concert Featuring Reba McEntire & Blake Shelton
-Taylor Swift’s Speak Now Tour to Benefit Tornado Victims
Final 5 “Do-er” finalists eligible for the $100,000 prize are:
-Taryn Guerrero Davis from Buda, Texas of the American Widow Project
-David Schwartz from Providence, Rhode Island of The Real Food Challenge
-Sarah Cronk from Bettendorf, Iowa of the Sparkle Effect
-Adam Lowy from Neptune, New Jersey of Move for Hunger
-Mark Kabban from San Diego, California of Youth Leaders Living Actively (YALLA)
While the celebrities were “hanging out” at the Do Something Awards ceremony, Mandy Moore was in Africa. The singer and actress did her best to fight malaria there.
I’m proud to be a part of this historic effort that will save thousands of lives here in Cameroon, and grateful for the help of so many American supporters who are donating to make this possible.
Who knows, maybe Mandy Moore will hold the Do Something award next year?!
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