Taylor Swift confirms Calvin Harris romance

18 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Awkward! One Direction’s Liam Payne rudely interrupted during Billboard award speech.

The ceremony in Las Vegas (hosted by Chrissy Teigen and Ludacris) included performances from Iggy Azalea and Britney Spears, Kanye West, Fall Out Boy, Mariah Carey and many more. Fellow bandmates Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson had already waxed lyrical to the audience after taking the spotlight to accept their award for Top Touring Artist, but as Liam stepped up to the podium to deliver an epilogue he was cut off by music, and all on live television. But it deflected attention away from the fact that the Kendrick Lamar remix cranks up the bombast levels on what is otherwise a weak spot from the “1989” album.

Demonstrating that they don’t take themselves too seriously, the group were all chuckles during the incident, ribbing Liam as he was left facing an audience of thousands with just an award in his hands. And in typical fashion the internet quickly became over-enthused by the occasion, especially after screenshots emerged of an unfortunately placed TV station logo… Despite the clowning around, the group also showed their classy side – and buried any rumours of hard feelings – when Liam dedicated the bestowal of Best Duo or Group to recently departed bandmate ‘brother Zayn’.

The sexification of Nick Jonas continues and this time, he donned his best rock star threads to deliver a slick, electro version of his smash “Jealous.” It was part Daft Punk, part the Killers, but not much Jonas Brothers – and that’s just the ratio he wants. It might not bring paying customers to Jay Z’s music streaming service in droves, but props to whoever picked out Coldcut’s “Seven Minutes of Madness” remix of Eric B & Rakim’s “Paid in Full” to soundtrack Tidal’s commercial. The one time glam-rockers looked like a bunch of dudes touring the mid-western sports bar circuit, singer David Lee Roth was playing the full creepy uncle routine, and “Panama” sounded like a croaky, wheezy rock ‘n’ roll relic. Yeezy delivered his usual fire (this time, literally) for fierce versions of “All Day/Black Skinhead” but ABC’s censors dipped the sound so that most of it was inaudible, thus completely ruining the segment.

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