×
You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

Maroon 5 to Receive Decade Award at Teen Choice 2017

Maroon 5 will be honored at this year’s Teen Choice ceremony with the Decade Award to celebrate the band’s evolution over the past 10 years.

The Grammy-winning group currently consists of lead vocalist Adam Levine, keyboardist and rhythm guitarist Jesse Carmichael, bassist Mickey Madden, lead guitarist James Valentine, drummer Matt Flynn, and keyboardist PJ Morton. The presentation recognizes their impact on popular music and culture, according to a release from Fox, the network airing the special.

Teen Choice 2017 will open with a performance from California rapper Kyle of his single “iSpy,” alongside Lil Yachty, who will sing his new track “Forever Young.” Rita Ora will close with “Your Song.” Other acts include hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd, French Montana, Louis Tomlinson with Bebe Rexha, and Clean Bandit with Zara Larsson.

Ed Sheeran, Zendaya, Millie Bobby Brown, Gal Gadot, Olivia Munn, Katherine Langford, Lucy Hale, and Victoria Justice are expected to be among the stars in attendance.

Fox recently announced the network will air six-second commercials for Duracell batteries and Snickers and Twix candy bars during the broadcast to resonate with the show’s younger audience. Teen Choice will contain fewer add breaks as well.

The two-hour event honors the year’s biggest names in film, television, music, fashion, and comedy. Category winners are selected by teens themselves by choosing new award categories and favorites from the past.

Teen Choice 2017 airs Sunday, Aug. 13 at 8 p.m. ET/ PT tape-delayed from the University of Southern California’s Galen Center, on Fox.

More Music

  • Editorial use onlyMandatory Credit: Photo by

    Corrosion of Conformity Drummer Reed Mullin Dies at 53

    Reed Mullin, drummer and cofounder of long-running North Carolina hard rock outfit Corrosion of Conformity, has died, according to a social media posts from the band, fellow musicians and many of the friends he had made in the music world over the years. He was 53. It’s with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to [...]

  • Saweetie62nd Annual Grammy Awards, Arrivals, Los

    When 'Birds of Prey' Came Calling, 'I Passed Out,' Says Saweetie

    “Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn),” the R-rated girl gang-driven comic book actioner starring Margot Robbie and directed by Cathy Yan, bows in theaters Feb. 7 — the same date its equally female-driven soundtrack drops. And the latter even has its own trailer.  The film’s playlist includes tracks by Megan [...]

  • LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 25:

    Grammy Party Report: Inside the Week’s Biggest Music Events

    Sometimes there’s so much bad news that it’s wonderful to have a reason to celebrate, and in a weekend marred by Kobe Bryant’s death, the scandal surrounding the Recording Academy’s controversial ouster of president/CEO Deborah Dugan, presidential impeachment proceedings and more depressing stuff, the music business managed to push back the clouds and throw down [...]

  • BTS Grammys

    BTS and Demi Lovato's Emotional Return Top Grammys Twitter Moments

    From Demi Lovato’s emotional comeback to the Grammy’s stage to Billie Eilish’s five award wins, this year’s ceremony honoring the best in music got Twitter talking. Of the most memorable moments during the show, the internet praised Lovato (so choked-up that she had to start her performance over again) as she debuted her song “Anyone.” [...]

  • Members of the music community lost

    Grammys' 'In Memoriam' Omits 'Dead' Lyricist, Prodigy Frontman; Misspells Names

    The Recording Academy’s “In Memoriam” section, which traditionally runs towards the end of the Grammy Awards ceremony and honors those in the music industry who died in the previous year, is bound to displease many — as the internet’s ire proves annually. Omissions are to blame: some due to time constraints, others to very recent [...]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content