Cambio headed to the star studded Halo Awards last night. The TeenNick Halo Awards were hosted by Nick Cannon and attended by a multitude of celebrities ranging from Mary J. Blige, Jason Derulo, Heidi Klum, Stephen Moyer, and Victoria Justice just to name a few. The event celebrated the dedication and commitment of everyday teens on their charity work. On the red carpet, Cambio caught up with Nick Cannon, Jason Derulo, Ariana Grande, 'American Idol' alum Kris Allen, Ryan Potter, Carlos Knight, Gracie Dzienny, Leon Thomas III, Avan Jogia, Elizabeth Gillies and the cast of 'Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures'.
The celebrities couldn't hide how excited they were about the event! Nick Cannon highlighted the fact that this awards ceremony is all about turning the spotlight away from celebrities and onto young teens who are selflessly dedicating themselves to worthy causes. During the show, sixteen-year-old Adele Taylor was surprised with a HALO Award and a grant for her cause, then serenaded by Derulo who dedicated his hit song, 'It Girl,' to her in recognition of her commitment to promoting literacy.
Cambio asked our celebrity friends the all time essential question – how do our favorite stars keep halos over their heads? Jason Derulo and Nick Cannon didn't divulge but did say they always try to keep a halo over their heads. Carlos Knight from 'Supah Ninjas' goes back to help out at the Boys & Girls Club that he attended as a kid, and Ryan Potter takes time out of his busy schedule to do any community service he can. Ariana Grande did point out how hard it was to keep a halo - another reason why the honored teens at the HALO Awards deserved to be the true stars of the night.