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Watch Billboard Music Awards


This awards-ceremony broadcast presents the annual Billboard Music Awards, the awards for pop music excellence handed out by the publication that tracks music sales. The broadcast features celebrity presenters and performances by some of the day's hottest pop stars.

Sunday 8:00 PM et/pt on ABC
6 Seasons, 7 Episodes
May 20, 2012
Awards Show, News, Music
6.2/10
Cast: Ken Jeong, Tim Allen, Sarah Amos, Marc Anthony
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Billboard Music Awards Full Episode Guide

  • Hosted by Kelly Clarkson, The 2018 Billboard Music Awards will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

  • Ludacris is joined by Ciara to host the 2016 Billboard Music Awards at the brand new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Billboard Music Awards News

Did Taylor Swift Shade Kelly Clarkson at the Billboard Awards?

Taylor didn't appear to appreciate Kelly's cover of "Look What You Made Me Do."

Popular Petition Demands Iggy Azelea's Billboard Music Awards be Returned

Injustice shall not stand. A popular change.org petition is determined that the rapper should return what does not lawfully belong to her and give back her Billboard awards.

Taylor Swift Tops Maxim's Hot 100 List!

Taylor Swift has a new video, a new man, and now, a new title, as Maxim places her on the top spot of their Hot List.

Who Was Worse?: Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry Sing The Beatles

"Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" was released a quarter century before Miley Cyrus was born, so she couldn't be expected to think of the song as sacred. The song, in fact, fits perfectly with the strange image she's trying to create, so she performed it last week for the Billboard Music Awards show. She wasn't the first young singer this year to take on the challenge of performing the Beatles, though.

Watch Michael Jackson's Hologram Perform on the Billboard Music Awards

We're officially living in the future: We've come so far that not even death can stop a pop star from performing a song, released posthumously, on live TV. That's what happened at the Billboard Music Awards last night, as a hologram of Michael Jackson took the stage to perform "Slave to the Rhythm." The song is off of the King of Pop's posthumous album "Xscape," which already has a hit in "Love Never Felt So Good" featuring Justin Timberlake.