December 05, 2006 05:13:10 GMT
R&B diva Mary J. Blige's comeback album, "The Breakthrough," delivered nine awards to the 35-year-old singer, led her to become a big winner at the awards event.
It is reported earlier on our site that Mary J. Blige wins the R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Of The Year honor at this year annual Billboard Music Awards. It has been confirmed just now that the R&B star earns nine awards totally, thanks to her comeback album, "The Breakthrough," that brings her some other awards for Female R&B Artist Of The Year and R&B/Hip-Hop Album Of The Year just to name a few.
Also bring multiple honors is rapper T.I. who brings home the awards for Rap Artist Of The Year, Rap Album Artist Of The Year, Rap Songs Artist Of The Year, and Rap Album Of The Year for "King." R&B star Chris Brown wins the award for Artist Of The Year, while at the same time also is named New Artist Of The Year and Male Artist Of The Year.
"American Idol" champ Carrie Underwood earns the awards for Album Of The Year and Country Album Of The Year for "Some Hearts", Female Billboard 200 Album Artist Of The Year, New Country Artist Of The Year, and Female Country Artist Of The Year.
The likes of Nickelback, The Fray, Rihanna, and Nelly Furtado are all also winning. Check out the complete list of the Billboard Awards winners at http://www.fox.com/billboard/.