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The best 5 moments from the Billboard Music Awards

Here are the top moments you missed on the off chance that you dozed during this current time's Billboard Music Awards:

Drake is appreciative for his mother and Arya Stark 
Drake left the occasion in Las Vegas with 12 grants, breaking the record for generally wins. The vocalist known as Champagne Papi grabbed top craftsman Wednesday night, beating Cardi B, Ariana Grande, Post Malone and Travis Scott. He additionally won top male craftsman and Billboard 200 collection for "Scorpion."

In what seemed, by all accounts, to be a gesture to Nipsey Hussle, Drake asked individuals to tell craftsmen they are adored while they're as yet alive.

"I wanna urge different craftsmen to tell others how you feel about them. ... Show someone some affection, tell someone you adore their music," he said.

Notwithstanding expressing gratitude toward his mother for continually supporting him, he gave a yell out to "Round of Thrones" character Arya Stark - played by entertainer Maisie Williams - for "placing in that work last week."

We don't know how we feel about that. The Drake revile is genuine - simply ask European soccer players who've lost diversions each time he's postured for photographs with them. Presently Arya might be the unfortunate one in the following scene. You're the best, Drake.

In any case, revile or not, that is an uncommon crossing point of rap and "GOT."

 The Jonas Brothers (and the J Sisters) wow swarm

The Jonas Brothers rejoined to play out their new single, "Sucker." But all the consideration was on their driving women.

Priyanka Chopra, Sophie Turner and Danielle Jonas moved together in the first line as their critical others - Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas - engaged shouting fans in front of an audience at MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Amid the execution, Nick gave Chopra a kiss in the group of onlookers while Joe hit the dance floor with his affection, Turner.

What's more, the group went wild.

 Taylor Swift had a walking band, as well

Taylor Swift commenced the service with an exhibition of "ME!" that highlighted a walking band in pastel garbs. Frenzy! At the Disco's Brendon Urie, who teamed up with her on that tune, touched base in front of an audience holding an umbrella.

Beyonce's fans rushed to investigate Swift's execution - Beyonce's show at Coachella a year ago incorporated a walking band. However, others rushed to remind the Beyhive and the Swifties that the artists are not by any means the only two specialists who have utilized walking groups in past exhibitions.

Mariah Carey, ruler of images
Mariah Carey got the Billboard Icon Award from Jennifer Hudson. Upheld by a choir, Carey played out a variety of her hits, including "Dependably Be My Baby," "Feelings" and "Saint."

"I need to thank every one of the general population who've been with me on this voyage - through the highs and lows, through your battles and mine," she said. "What's more, to anyone who doesn't enable themselves to be split and keeps getting up and continues hanging on ... I praise you today around evening time."

At that point she cleaned away tears with a white tissue and hurled it aside in front of an audience, scarcely missing Hudson. With that, another image was conceived.

Paula Abdul's cap tossing aptitudes

Paula Abdul played out a portion of her greatest hits, including "Straight Up" and "Always Your Girl." Her high-vitality move moves entranced the group as she strolled toward the crowd pursued by her reinforcement artists. Before her execution was finished, she removed her cap and tossed it toward Julianne Hough, who was in the gathering of people. It hit her unequivocally on the neck.

Abdul immediately looked at her and continued moving like no one was viewing.

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