Taylor Swift reveals Bad Blood stunt fail

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Ellen Pompeo honors Taylor Swift at Billboard Music Awards.

From Jennifer Lopez’s nearly naked moment to the sexy Balmain looks on Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner, stars stepped out in curve-hugging ensembles that set many a tongue wagging.She may have put on an affectionate display with her new man Calvin Harris at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night, but it was Taylor Swift’s professional achievements which overshadowed her personal life for once. All eight of the big awards of the night (including Top Artist) went to Taylor, who also debuted her star-packed music video Bad Blood to open the show.

She won eight awards Sunday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, including top artist, and also opened the show with the premiere of her action-filled, star-studded music video for “Bad Blood.” “It’s unbelievable that the fans went out and proved what they proved this year, and that’s the only reason I won eight awards,” Swift said in an interview with The Associated Press following her wins. Swift, 25, one of the top-selling musical acts in the United States last year, also picked up awards for top female artist, top Billboard 200 artist and album and top hot 100 artist, among others. “This is such a good night,” Swift enthused as she collected the night’s big prize for top artist.

Head scratch-inducing looks included Dencia’s lite-brite pantsuit and mismatching shoes combo, as well as Rita Ora’s asking-for-a-wardrobe-malfunction Fausto Puglisi confection. Iggy Azalea kept it fresh by debuting pink tips on the red carpet (taking hair inspo from Madonna, perhaps?) while Chrissy Teigen stunned in a striped Balmain jumpsuit (yes, Olivier Rousteing’s brand essentially ran the show last night—and will rule H&M stores with an upcoming collaboration).

When it comes to Bruce Jenner’s transition from a man to a woman, viewers have witnessed the Olympic athlete hold several conversations with his daughters and step-daughters. But on Part 2 of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians: About Bruce special, fans got to see the parent of six sit down with son-in-law Scott Disick to discuss his personal journey for the first time. (At this time, Bruce is choosing to not live publicly in the media as a woman and will be referred to with male pronouns until he specifies otherwise.) “My whole life I haven’t been honest with myself, I haven’t been honest with my kids,” Bruce shared with Scott on Monday’s episode. “It’s been the big secret that nobody could talk about.” After learning about Bruce’s transition, Kourtney Kardashian’s longtime partner didn’t just support him.

British band One Direction was another multiple winner, winning top touring artist and top duo or group, while Iggy Azalea was a triple winner for top rap artist, rap song and top streaming artist. It gave him understanding of their disconnected relationship. “I felt like for so many years, you know, me and you had a big disconnect and if I would have had any idea of some of the things that you were struggling with, I wouldn’t have been so insecure about why we couldn’t get along properly, sometimes,” Scott confessed. “You could do a lot of good and help a lot of people who want to be able to come out and say this that can’t.” After speaking to Diane Sawyer, E! Other musical highlights included Kelly Clarkson’s Invincible, Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea who let loose with Pretty Girls and Nicki Minaj rapping The Night Is Still Young.

Pharrell Williams swept the R&B categories, taking honours for top song, album and artist while Jason Aldean took the prizes for top country song and album. He will also continue to embark on a journey new to so many viewers. “It’s pretty wild that you’re going to live two lives in one lifetime,” Scott confessed. “I mean not many people can say they did it, which is pretty extraordinary in some ways.” Van Halen was the night’s first performance and rocked the crowd with its 1984 hit “Panama.” The Simple Minds, introduced by Molly Ringwald, performed “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” from “The Breakfast Club,” which is celebrating 30 years. Billboard magazine, which covers the music industry, said the finalists were based on fan interactions with music, including album and digital sales, touring, radio airplay, streaming and interactions on social media websites and other online sites for music.

Thanks Iggy for getting me to do this.’ Then the blonde hip hop star chimed in: ‘When I first wrote this song it was leaked and it was called Leave It and it wasn’t a number one hit. King and his renowned career; and a teary and shaky Meghan Trainor won hot 100 song and digital song for “All About That Bass.” Hosts Ludacris and Teigen offered some jokes Sunday night: The rapper described why he’s a good host, namechecking his music and acting credits. And David Lee Roth improvised a line in the middle of a rendition of Panama, saying: ‘I’m gonna reach down between my legs and gonna let Nicki Minaj help me put my seat back baby.’ One Direction returned to the stage to present John Legend with the gong for Top Radio Song.

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