Updated August 20:
Lea Michele and Cory Monteith both won the Do Something Award in their category. The awards were given out on Sunday, but will air Tuesday on VH1.
Originally posted July 31:
"Glee" received several nominations in the upcoming Do Something Awards. The organization has been honoring the nation's best young world changers since 1996.
"Glee" is up for Do Something TV for its topical storylines including domestic violence, teen pregnancy and bias against same sex relationships. Lea Michele (Rachel) is also up for Do Something TV Star: Female for her work regarding animal rights and cancer research. Her on and off screen beau Cory Monteith (Finn) is up for Do Something TV Star: Male for his work with Virgin Unite, which supports at risk young homeless people and the RE*Generate Movement which encourages young people to volunteer. In addition, "Glee" guest star Ricky Martin (David Martinez) is nominated for Do Something Style, along with singer Nicki Minaj, for his work with MAC Viva Glam's campaign to bring HIV/AIDS awareness to Latin America.
Go to Do Something Awards to cast your vote. The winners will be announced on August 21 at 9:00 PM on VH1 in the show hosted by "New Girl's" Jake Johnson, Max Greenfield and Lamorne Morris.
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