The Nick Cannon hosted-Nickelodeon Halo Awards, which honors young community members from across the country who are “helping and leading others,” will include performances by Fifth Harmony, DNCE, Flo Rida, Tori Kelly, WALK THE MOON and a special appearance byJustin Bieber.
Bieber will also be presented with the first-ever HALO Hall of Fame Award, which recognizes a celebrity who helps and leads others by making the world a better place. The pop icon is receiving the award for his work 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. “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.”
The Fifth Harmony members will perform their pop anthem “Worth it” while DNCE will play “Cake by the Ocean.” Flo Rida plans to play multiple of his greatest hits and new track, “My House.” WALK THE MOON will play smash hit “Shut Up and Dance” and “Different Colors.”
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 air Nov. 29.
Bieber recently dominated the winners list at MTV’s 2015 Europe Music Awards. Earlier this year, he had the dubious honor of being the victim/honoree at Comedy Central’s regular roast event.