Iggy Azalea and Renee Bargh go way back at the Billboard Music Awards

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Britney Spears, Iggy Azalea Have “Pretty Girls” ’80s Rager at 2015 Billboard Music Awards: Watch the Performance!.

Others seemed to suggest that she had work done on her nose – with one fan writing: “Maybe if people quit saying she looks like a dude she wouldn’t feel the need to change. This year’s event was hosted by none other than Ludacris and Chrissy Teigen—who were quite the dynamic duo, to say the least—and held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. One Direction, Britney Spears, Kelly Clarkson, Mariah Carey, Kanye West and many, many more brought the house to their feet with their unique performances throughout the night.

The star-studded cast—which included Selena Gomez, Karlie Kloss, Ellen Pompeo, Mariska Hargitay, Cara Delevingne, Lena Dunham, and basically every other famous friend of the pop star—was action-packed and definitely didn’t disappoint. The single is meant to promote Spears’s ongoing residency in that city, and the performance served as an apt advertisement for the pop star’s stage show: Spears, who’s performed on television rarely since her 2007 “Gimme More” fiasco at the MTV Video Music Awards, seemed both with-it and truly delighted to be onstage.

Stop shaming people!” Dr Ross Perry, Medical Director Cosmedics Skin Clinics told Mirror Celebs: “Her expression could make the chin more prominent in the this particular photo. T.Swift had been slowly releasing the cast members for the Joseph Kahn-directed video on Twitter and finally gave fans what they’d been waiting for tonight! There is also the possibility of a chin implant either surgically or via dermal fillers and or botox to the lower jaw to increase definition in this area.” Asked what she would change about her curvy figure, the 24-year-old star said: “I did change something: Four months ago, I got bigger boobs! T.Swift then walked away the winner for the Top Billboard 200 Award and turned heads when she hugged her new beau Calvin Harris on her way up to the stage.

Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa followed by Meghan Trainor and John Legend gave two separate performances that perfectly highlighted their respective styles. The gals stuck together for most of the set, and were joined by several backup dancers. (Spears, 33, walked the BBMAs red carpet with her boyfriend Charlie Ebersol.) Earlier this month, Spears opened up about her new friendship with the Australian rapper. “She invited me to her house, and I met her dog and we had salads. Best Rap Song at the BBMAs went to, drumroll, Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX for “Fancy” shortly before Khalifa sang his Paul Walker tribute track, “See You Again.” Celine Dion gave the award for Top Male Artist to the night’s major winner: Sam Smith—who proudly accepted silently via video as he was resting from vocal surgery. Several familiar faces from the hit show Empire then got up and showed off their musical chops during an awesome performance presented by Cookie Taraji P. It was so much fun working with her,” she told NYC’s Z100 radio station. “I was thinking about my next single for my next album and what I was gonna do, and I wanted to do a girl anthem.

Fellow Brit Ed Sheeran then gave a beautiful acoustic performance of “Bloodstream” just moments before “All About That Bass” won Billboard’s Top Hot 100 Song. Something that was very girl empowering and that was kind of funny,” she added. “I thought a whole take on Valley girls and just making fun of that would be fun for us to do.

And as if she couldn’t win another award, Swift took home the top prize for Billboard Chart Achievement. #CongratsTaylor quickly began trending around the world on Twitter—and understandably so! Kelly Clarkson and Imagine Dragons shared their own moments in the spotlight when they each gave low-key, but soulful performances towards the end of the evening.

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