iHeartRadio Music Awards 2021: The Weeknd, Ariana Grande, Doja Cat Brings Spectacular Performances05/29/2021
Meanwhile, Doja Cat offers a show-stopping medley performance as she is joined by alien-looking back dancers who emerge from the corn field-themed stage.
AceShowbiz -The 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards offered magnificent performances from music’s biggest names. Among the stars who took the stage at the award-giving event, which was held at the Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles, California on Thursday, May 27, were The Weeknd, Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato and Doja Cat.
Kicking off the show was The Weeknd, who joined forces with Ariana to perform “Save Your Tears”. For the performance, the Canadian star donned a black suit, while the newlyled Ariana looked stunning in a purple gown.
Meanwhile, Doja sang a medley of her hits in a beautiful white gown. It was such a show-stopping performance as she was then joined by alien-looking back dancers who emerged from the corn field-themed stage.
Dan + Shay also hit the stage to sing “Glad You Exist”. Meanwhile, Silk Sonic, which consisted of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, took the stage to sing “Leave The Door Open”.
Demi Lovato, Brandi Carlile,H.E.R. then took the stage by storm to perform a tribute to Elton John, who was honored with Icon Award at the event. H.E.R. started things off with a funky take on “Benny and the Jets”. Brandi later sang “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” before Demi belted out “I’m Still Standing”.
“I’m very humbled because when I first came to Los Angeles in 1970, radio was so important. I’d never heard of radio in America before because I’ve never been here before, but it was just incredible to me. In England, we had one station,” Elton while accepting the award. “Being played on the radio, for the first time, you hear yourself and you’re so excited. What this award means is that I still cover new artists.”
“That’s what my life’s about now. And when I do my shows, I try and promote young artists because they need exposure, they need the radio. I’ve had my time, as they say. I’m still glad people play my records, and I love that,” he added.
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