From the red carpet of the 'Do Something Awards', Tony Hawk, Brittany Snow, Jason Ritter and Malese Jow stop by to tell us about their charity work.
From the red carpet of the Do Something Awards, One Tree Hill star Sophia Bush tells us of her involvement in environmental awareness.
From the red carpet of VH1's Do Something Awards Tony Hawk lets us know about the Tony Hawk Foundation that builds skate parks in underprivileged neighborhoods.
iCarly and Victorious star Victoria Justice lets us know about her charity work for Girl Up which helps young girls in underprivileged countries. She also shares who she thinks is currently the most influential music artist.
Actor Jason Ritter tells us of his involvement with the Huntington's Disease Society of America. He also let's us know what is in store for The Event.
Brittany Snow lets us know about her 'Love is Louder' foundation that helps with teenage suicide prevention and anti-bullying.
Eddie Fisher and Zach Filkins of the band One Republic give us their thoughts on why Bono is the most influential artist out right now and why they enjoy being part of VH1's Do Something Awards show.
One Republic frontman Ryan Tedder gives us a sneak peek in to what Gavin McGraw's new single is going to sound like.
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