AceShowbiz - The 2017 American Music Awards has officially ended as Bruno Mars was named the biggest winner of the annual show. The 32-year-old singer, who didn't attend the event, won seven categories including Favorite Male Artist - Soul/R&B.
His hit song "That's What I Like" was named Video of the Year and Favorite Song - Soul/R&B, while his album "24K Magic" won Favorite Album - Pop/Rock Award as well as Favorite Album - Soul/R&B Award. Bruno also took home Artist of the Year Award and Favorite Male Artist - Pop/Rock Award.
Another musician who walked away with more than one trophy was Keith Urban. The country singer nabbed three awards including Favorite Male Artist - Country. Meanwhile, Diana Ross was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award. Dazzling in a black dress, the 73-year-old songstress brought her entire family on stage to receive the award.
"What do you get when you cross a chart-topping singer, breathtaking beauty, captivating actress, trailblazing style icon, record-breaking pioneer, legendary megastar, international superstar and all-around boss? Everybody, you get my mom. Miss Diana Ross," son Evan Ross stated on stage.
Diana also delivered her speech, saying that she loved being here and felt so humbled by the award. "This is all about love," the 73-year-old singer shared. "This is my family and I'm sending love to all of you. I really, really love being here and I feel so humbled by this. I love you so very much."