Drake dominates, Cher reflects at Billboard Music Awards

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"And for the first time in years with trousers on", Noah Cyrus, standing next to father Billy Ray Cyrus, introduced her older sister, who was wearing white shorts and a cowboy hat.

She certainly showed off that athletic bod in a revealing outfit with pasties and a blonde wig as she performed her '90s dance hit "Believe", then changed into a teased up curly black mane and leather jacket for her performance of "If I Could Turn Back Time".

Drake had a record-breaking night at last night's (May 21) Billboard Music Awards, taking home thirteen trophies, but the highlight of the evening may have been meeting Céline Dion.

"And she's the happiest she has ever been", Noah Cyrus added.

She paired the breezy single with a muted performance with acoustic instruments and a simple white crop top and wide brimmed hat.

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The 2017 Billboard Music Awards was definitely one to remember as superstar entertainer Cherilyn Sarkisian, simply known as Cher, received the ceremony's highest honor: The Icon Award. The portrait features a well-known picture of the Smooth Operator singer wearing a head wrap and large hoop earrings, along with the words "with love Sade x", apparently inked in her handwriting, beneath her image. Beyonce, Rihanna, Adele, Ariana Grande, the Weeknd, twenty one pilots and Shawn Mendes will not attend.

"Life is like toilet paper", he quoted while acceptong his final award as Top Artist.

Some of Drake's early wins included top Billboard 200 artist, top Hot 100 artist, top rap artist, top rap album ("Views") and top R&B song ("One Dance").

Justin Timberlake's Can't Stop the Feeling won top selling song and top radio song.

Other acts due to hit the stage include John Legend, Florida Georgia Line, and former Fifth Harmony star Camila Cabello, while rockers Imagine Dragons will pay a special tribute to late Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell following his suicide on Wednesday night.

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