Aloe Blacc may be behind the scenes on ‘The Voice’, but tonight, he took center stage, singing his very own song ‘Wake Me Up’ at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards!
“Wake Me Up” seems to be the song of the season, and it was certainly the song of the night at Nickelodeon’s annual slime fest. So did Avicii make a surprise guest appearance with Aloe Blacc? Keep reading to find out!
Aloe Blacc Performs At The Kids’ Choice Awards
He may not be a household name quite yet, but Aloe Blacc sure made a name for himself tonight at the Nickelodeon 2014 Kids’ Choice Awards!
The Voice mentor wowed the star-studded audience will his amazing performance of Avicii’s “Wake Me Up.” For those of you who don’t know, Aloe is the singer of the smash hit, which charted at #1 in 22 countries, and he even co-wrote the song with the Swedish DJ.
Introduced by America Ferrera, Aloe sang an awesome medley of “Wake Me Up,” which was spun up with his other chart-topping hit “The Man.” Green laser lights and smoke set the slimy stage, and Aloe sang after Austin Mahone, who was the first performer of the night.
The famous faces in the crowd were loving the upbeat anthem — we caught Peyton List and Debby Ryan singing along and dancing up a storm!
Aloe, who is also best known for his hit songs “The Man” and “I Need A Dollar,” was joined by a chorus of dancing kids who donned black and white outfits and fedoras, just like Aloe’s! The performer was styling in a purple plaid shirt, a grey vest and fedora. Avicii didn’t show up to spin his beats, but Also pumped up the audience, running his hands through the crowd and telling them to sing along. “Sing it with me!” he screamed. “Put your hands up!”
HollywoodLifers, did you put your hands up for Aloe? What did you think of his performance? Let us know!
— Elizabeth Wagmeister
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