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Fifth Harmony has landed another gig.
The five-member girl group, formed on season two of The X Factor, will take the stage as the latest performer at the sixth annual Nickelodeon HALO Awards on Sunday, Nov. 30 at 7 p.m., The Hollywood Reporter has learned. They join a previously announced musical lineup that includes Jessie J, Nick Jonas, Meghan Trainor, Echosmith and The Vamps.
Zendaya, Carlos PenaVega and stars from Instant Mom (Sydney Park), The Thundermans (Jack Griffo, Kira Kosarin), The Haunted Hathaways (Benjamin Flores Jr., Breanna Yde) and Victorious (Leon Thomas, Matt Bennett) will make special appearances.
Nick Cannon will return to host the ceremony from New York’s Pier 36 and the event will be broadcast across all Nickelodeon networks, including TeenNick and Nicktoons, and stream live for the first time on Nick.com, the Nick App and Nick Radio.
Nickelodeon’s HALO Awards, which recognize the real-life teens who are doing extraordinary things in their communities and “helping and leading others” (HALO). This year’s five honorees are Lulu Cerone, 15; Yash Gupta, 18; Cassandra Lin, 16; Nicholas Lowinger, 16; and Alanna Wall, 14.
The Nickelodeon HALO Awards are produced by Superfly in association with Nickelodeon Productions. Cannon, Alex Coletti, Jay Schmalholz and Shelly Sumpter Gillyard are executive producing.
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