Awkward! Hear the Billboard Music Awards audience boo Kendall, Kylie and …

18 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

5 Biggest Jaw-Droppers at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards.

Las Vegas: Singer Taylor Swift dominated the 2015 Billboard Music Awards with eight wins, including Top Artist and Top Female Artist awards, while debuting her star-packed music video “Bad blood” to open the show. Leading the nominees with 14 nods, Swift also took home the trophy for Top 200 Album, Top Digital Artist, Top Billboard 200 Artist, Top Streaming Song, Top Hot 100 Artist and Billboard Chart Achievement Award (fan-voted), reports Whether it was revealing fashion choices (Oh hey there Jennifer Lopez) or naughty dances (we see you twerking Nicki Minaj), there was plenty to talk about in Sin City. Power of Words: Even though Sam Smith was unable to attend the big show because of a recent vocal cord surgery, the “Stay With Me” crooner couldn’t help but thank fans for his award in the loveliest way possible.

In ode to Andrew Lincoln in Love Actually, the 22-year-old didn’t speak a word as he let the audience read his cue cards. “It’s times like this that I realize how lucky I am to have you in my life,” one read. “Can’t wait to get this surgery out of the way so I can sing my ass off for you again.” 2. 1D United: Rest easy, Directioners. But every time the “Shake It Off” crooner went onstage to accept an award, she just had to lean in for a hug (and sometimes a kiss) from her not-so-rumored boyfriend.

Rap What?!: We don’t think we’re hard of hearing, but we practically missed all of ‘s performance Sunday because ABC decided to bleep out so many moments. While walking the red carpet, Rita Ora found herself holding her dress tight to avoid a wardrobe malfunction. “Well I just thought I would go a little naked,” the singer joked to E!

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