Grace Helbig named Streamys host

The Streamy Awards hosting gig goes to Tyler Oakley and Grace Helbig. Oakley, one of the most prominent LGBTQ activists on Youtube, is hosting for the first time. Helbig, a YouTube star and host of E!’s The Grace Helbig Show, is co-hosting for the second straight year. The Streamy Awards, which honor the best in online video and content creation, will air Thursday, September 17 on VH1 – the first time the ceremony has received a live TV broadcast. Naturally, it will also be available on VH1’s digital platforms.

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