Billboard Music Awards 2017: Watch Performances by Drake, Miley Cyrus and More


Billboard Music Awards 2017: Watch Performances by Drake, Miley Cyrus and More


The 'One Dance' hitmaker slayed performance of 'Gyalchester' on an amazing set, while the former Disney star performed a new version of her new single 'Malibu'.
As the show's biggest winner, Drake definitely delivered a memorable performance at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards. Dressed in all white, the "Hotline Bling" hitmaker was surrounded by water and fireworks while performing his song "Gyalchester". On the amazing set which also featured fountain's geysers, Drake celebrated his victory while spitting the verses passionately.





Another epic moment at BBMAs was when Miley Cyrus performed a rendition of her new solo single "Malibu". After being introduced by her father Billy Ray Cyrus and her sister Noah Cyrus, Miley took the stage to perform a country-tinged version of the breezy pop song.



Showing off her powerful vocal, she delivered the lovely and cute verses. With heavier twang in the music, she surely took "Malibu" live performance to another new level. Donning denim shorts, white off-the-shoulder top and cowboy hat, she held back tears by the end of the performance when colorful balloons poured from above.



This year's Billboard Music Awards was full of show-stopping performances from A-list artists. Ed Sheeran was one of many performers who got the honor to rock the stage at T-Mobile Arena this evening. Sporting a black T-shirt, the rising star delivered a spirited performance of his single "Castle on the Hill".

As always, Ed showcased his outstanding skill of playing guitar. While singing the song with his throaty voice, Ed slayed the performance as he made the audiences sing and dance along with him.



Another massive winner, The Chainsmokers, also took the stage to unexpectedly perform an acoustic rendition of "Young", a song off their latest effort "Memories...Do Not Open". Sporting blue denim shirt, Andrew Taggart strummed a guitar on the intro. He was later joined by Alex Pall and Matt McGuire for the first televised performance of the song.



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