“This Is Us” Kids, Serayah, 5SOS, Troye Sivan Appearing During iHeartRadio Music Awards

iHeartRadio reveals a number of celebrities that will be making appearances during Sunday’s show.

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Thursday was a big day for iHeartRadio Music Awards announcements.

Along with confirming a myriad of award presenters and performances by G-Eazy, N.E.R.D, and Eminem & Kehlani, iHeartRadio announced various celebrities that will be making “guest appearances” during the show.

5SOS, Brad Goreski, Chris Harrison, Chris Mazdzer, Cody Simpson, Drake Bell, Jackie Cruz, Jake Miller, James Maslow, Lisa Loeb, Mackenzie Ziegler, Ne-Yo, Serayah McNeill, Tatyana Ali, Teddi Mellencamp, Troye Sivan and young “This Is Us” cast members Parker Bates (young Kevin), Eris Baker (Tess) and Lonnie Chavis (young Randall) are all set for those guest appearances.

As the announcement does not specify, it advisable to assume that some of the aforementioned names will be in attendance at the Forum, while others may appear in pre-taped pieces.

DJ Khaled and Hailey Baldwin are hosting the March 11 ceremony, which will air concurrently on TNT, TBS and TruTV beginning at 8PM ET.

Ed Sheeran, Cardi B, Bon Jovi, Maroon 5, Camila Cabello and Charlie Puth join the aforementioned names on the performer lineup.

Bon Jovi, Cabello and Chance The Rapper are also receiving special awards.

Sunday’s show will additionally feature the premiere of Taylor Swift’s “Delicate” video.

Written by Brian Cantor

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