2017 Billboard Music Awards

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2017 Billboard Music Awards
Date May 21, 2017 (2017-05-21)
Location T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Hosted by Ludacris
Vanessa Hudgens
Most awards Drake (13)
Most nominations The Chainsmokers and Drake (22 each)
Television/radio coverage
Network ABC
Runtime 130 minutes
Viewership 8.70 million

The 2017 Billboard Music Awards ceremony was held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on May 21, 2017.[1] The list of nominees was announced on April 10, 2017.[2] Non-televised awards were announced on Billboard website the same day as the main ceremony.[3] This was the last ceremony to air on ABC as they moved to NBC the following year.

Performances

Artist(s)[4] Song(s)[5] Introduced by
Nicki Minaj
Lil Wayne
David Guetta
Jason Derulo
"No Frauds"
"Light My Body Up"
"Swalla"
"Regret in Your Tears"
Ludacris
Vanessa Hudgens
Camila Cabello "I Have Questions"
"Crying in the Club"
G-Eazy
Ashley Tisdale
The Chainsmokers "Young" Rita Ora
Julia Michaels[6] "Issues" Bebe Rexha
DJ Khaled
Ed Sheeran "Castle on the Hill"[a] Mark Cuban
Sara Foster
Miley Cyrus "Malibu"[7] Billy Ray Cyrus
Noah Cyrus
Lorde "Green Light" Hailee Steinfeld
Sam Hunt[8] "Body Like a Back Road" Vanessa Hudgens
Celine Dion "My Heart Will Go On" Lea Michele
Imagine Dragons "Believer" Ludacris
Vanessa Hudgens
Drake "Gyalchester"[b] Ludacris
Vanessa Hudgens
Halsey "Now or Never" Ludacris
Vanessa Hudgens
Florida Georgia Line
John Legend[9]
"Surefire"
"H.O.L.Y."
Olivia Munn
Cher "Believe"
"If I Could Turn Back Time"
Gwen Stefani
Bruno Mars "Versace on the Floor"[c] Ludacris
Vanessa Hudgens

Notes

Presenters

Winners and nominees

Winners are listed first.[10]

Top Artist Top New Artist
Top Female Artist Top Male Artist
Top Duo/Group Billboard Chart Achievement (fan-voted)
Top Billboard 200 Artist Top Billboard 200 Album
Top Hot 100 Artist Top Hot 100 Song
Top Song Sales Artist Top Selling Song
Top Radio Songs Artist Top Radio Song
Top Collaboration Top Streaming Artist
Top Streaming Song (Audio) Top Streaming Song (Video)
Top Touring Artist Top Social Artist (fan-voted)
Top Christian Artist Top Christian Song
Top Christian Album Top Gospel Artist
Top Gospel Song Top Gospel Album
Top Country Artist Top Country Song
Top Country Album Top Country Collaboration
Top Country Tour Top Dance/Electronic Artist
Top Dance/Electronic Song Top Dance/Electronic Album
Top Latin Artist Top Latin Song
Top Latin Album Top R&B Artist
Top R&B Song Top R&B Album
Top R&B Collaboration Top R&B Tour
Top Rap Artist Top Rap Song
Top Rap Album Top Rap Collaboration
Top Rap Tour Top Rock Artist
Top Rock Song Top Rock Album
Top Rock Tour Top Soundtrack/Cast Album
Icon Award
Cher

Artists with multiple wins and nominations

Artists that received multiple nominations
Nominations Artist
22 Drake
The Chainsmokers
17 Twenty One Pilots
14 Rihanna
13 The Weeknd
8 Beyoncé
7 Justin Bieber
Halsey
Kyla
WizKid
6 Florida Georgia Line
5 Daft Punk
Daya
Desiigner
4 Coldplay
Rae Sremmurd
Justin Timberlake
3 Kenny Chesney
Lauren Daigle
D.R.A.M.
Kirk Franklin
Future
Juan Gabriel
Ariana Grande
Travis Greene
Gucci Mane
Guns N' Roses
Lil Uzi Vert
Lil Yachty
Bruno Mars
Shawn Mendes
Hillary Scott & the Family
Sia
Keith Urban
Hezekiah Walker
X Ambassadors
2 Adele
Jason Aldean
Luke Bryan
Jekalyn Carr
Tasha Cobbs
J.Cole
Calvin Harris
Zay Hilfigerrr
J Balvin
Los Plebes del Rancho de Ariel Camacho
The Lumineers
Major Lazer
Maluma
Tamela Mann
Zayion McCall
Tim McGraw
Metallica
Migos
Nicky Jam
Frank Ocean
Sean Paul
Pink
Prince
Shakira
Blake Shelton
Skillet
DJ Snake
Bruce Springsteen & the E-Street Band
Chris Stapleton
Lindsey Stirling
Artists that received multiple awards
Wins Artist
13 Drake
5 Beyoncé
Twenty One Pilots
4 The Chainsmokers
3 Halsey
Kyla
WizKid
2 Kenny Chesney
Lauren Daigle
Desiigner
Juan Gabriel
Justin Timberlake

References

  1. ^ "Billboard Music Awards 2017 Show Date Announced". Billboard.
  2. ^ "Drake, The Chainsmokers Lead Nominees for the 2017 Billboard Music Awards". Billboard. April 10, 2017. Retrieved April 10, 2017.
  3. ^ ""2017 Billboard Music Awards" Announce Non-Televised Award Recipients". Billboard Music Awards. Retrieved May 21, 2017.
  4. ^ "Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, Camila Cabello, Nicki Minaj & More to Perform at 2017 Billboard Music Awards".
  5. ^ "Celine Dion to Perform 'My Heart Will Go On' at 2017 Billboard Music Awards".
  6. ^ "T-Mobile Presents Julia Michaels To Perform – Billboard Music Awards". May 19, 2017.
  7. ^ "Miley Cyrus". www.facebook.com.
  8. ^ "The Chainsmokers, Halsey and Sam Hunt Performing at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards".
  9. ^ "John Legend & Florida Georgia Line to Perform (Together!) At 2017 Billboard Music Awards".
  10. ^ "Here Is the Complete List of Winners From the 2017 Billboard Music Awards".
  11. ^ "Bigger than Bieber? K-pop group BTS beats US stars to win Billboard Music Award". CNN. Retrieved 2016-11-05.
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