Our favorite stars stepped out to attend the 2016 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada, on May 22nd. Stars including Jessica Alba, Rihanna, Ciara, Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato and others appeared on the red carpet flaunting their amazing outfits on the red carpet. From lace to sequins to bold metallics, take a look at some of the best looks as well as best and worst moments below.
Rihanna stepped out in a vintage Thierry Mugler mini dress
Zendaya shows off her slim figure in a Calvin Klein Collection bra top paired with a maxi skirt
Ariana Grande dazzles in a blue dress from Versace
Ciara dazzles in a silver Philipp Plein dress, reminding us of her amazing body despite being a mum now.
Jessica Alba steps out in a Zuhair Murad all black look
Kelly Rowland shines in a silver Labourjoisie dress
Meghan Trainor wears a metallic Michael Costello dress
BEST: To celebrate her Icon Award, Celine Dion gave an emphatic revival of Queen’s “The Show Must Go On” – The performance was emotional, given that it was her first performance on TV since the passing of her husband René Angélil. May he rest in peace!
BEST: Adele Says Hello From the Other Side (of the World)- Adele couldn’t be present to the T-Mobile Arena on Sunday because of her tour duties so she decided to appear on screen to accept two of her five awards, “super chuffed” to be honored as Top Artist she says during a acceptance speech giving us that British vibe we all love.
WORST: Meghan Trainor Displays No Charisma- Last night, Meghan Trainor had no stage presence. Introducing her bona fide pop anthem of female empowerment song, Trainor just couldn’t sell her hit on stage.
BEST: Madonna & Stevie Wonder, “Nothing Compares 2 U”/”Purple Rain” Madonna slowly faced the arena from a purple throne as she began to sing “Nothing Compares 2 U” and there comes Stevie Wonder to support the pop icon lead “Purple Rain. Rihanna and The Weeknd were singing along as the whole arena waved their purple light up wristbands. Super cool right!
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