Cher performs in pasties at Billboard Music Awards

After constantly teasing her upcoming solo performance on social media, Camila Cabello had a successful evening on Sunday night when she performed her new music for her fans twice. Cher has now joined the list of past recipients of the honor which include Celine Dion, Prince, Jennifer Lopez, Stevie Wonder and Neil Diamond, AceShowbiz said.

"To the hurting, thank you for teaching me that even if at night you take me into the deepest depths of the ocean, i will still wake in the morning.to the healing, thank you for the tears. when they finally came, they tasted like God.to the loving, you are even more attractive than i remember", she wrote.

In her acceptance speech, the crowd roared when Cher reminded them she's been in the industry for 53 years and turned 71 on Saturday. And I can do a five-minute plank, okay?

Swapping her platinum wig for a huge, black curly one, Cher slipped into the sheer number to perform "If I could turn back time".

Four successive BTS albums were all ranked within Billboard 200 charts beginning with the "Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Part 2" released in December of 2012, making the K-pop group the first to achieve this feat. Miley Cyrus delivered an emotional, but low-key performance and Vanessa Hudgens shined as co-host.

Drake, who also won top artist, top male artist and top rap album for Views, later posed for photographers surrounded by his microphone-shaped trophies. Ed Sheeran sang "Castle on the Hill" from Santiago, Chile, while Bruno Mars performed his silky new single, "Versace on the Floor", from Amsterdam.

On being a solo artist: "I'm so good, I'm so happy". Diddy also introduced CJ Wallace, B.I.G's son, who spoke about his father's legacy. He walked away with 13 awards, surpassing Adele as the artist with most BBMA wins in one night.

Blake Shelton won top country artist and showed love for his beau and fellow singer Gwen Stefani.


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