If you thought Celine Dion's performance of her song My Heart Will Go On had everyone talking, then you might have missed Cher's return to the stage. On May 21, the official awards ceremony was held in Nevada with Drake dominating the roster of winners. Overall, Drake had 22 nominations and won for Artist of the Year, Top Male Artist, Top Billboard 200 Album for Views, Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Billboard 200 Artist and seven more.
Cher, who has had a career lasting more than five decades, collected the award after treating the audience at the T-Mobile Arena to performances of Believe and Turn Back Time. "We love you. I'm like a year away from a Céline tat", gesturing to the space where he would get the artwork permanently placed on his left side ribcage.
The "Hotline Bling" hitmaker, who beat Adele, Beyonce, Justin Bieber, The Chainsmokers, Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes, Rihanna, Twenty One Pilots and The Weeknd in the top artist category, brought his whole team onstage with him to accept the award, reported Billboard.
As Huffington Post noted, even Dion was totally captivated by Cher turning it out.
"I wanna say Ludacris, I know we haven't always seen eye to eye, but I've always been a big fan of yours, man", he said. Well, she nearly brought back her '70s fashion style at the Billboard Music Awards 2017.
'Luck has so much to do with my success with a little bit of something thrown in, ' she said. This live rendition of the Titanic track was so moving, Billboard Music Awards co-host Vanessa Hudgens teared up.
Starting with actress Vanessa Hudgens, the More Life artist sang admiration for her handsome ensemble and presence at the award show.
"And I asked them why, and their response was, 'I don't want to look thirsty and you get enough love as it is.' It made me think".
He said: "So tonight, I want to say - Vanessa Hudgens, you look incredible tonight".
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Growth was also supported by a rebuilding of business inventories, which economists said could be reversed in the coming quarters. A decrease in private sector investement and a banking sector riddled with bad debt continue to dampen economic growth.