Billboard Music Award
"We were randomly inviting people that we met [at the Billboard Music Awards]," the actress said.
The singer said she "may nor may not have broken down in tears after the show from pain."
The "Game of Thrones" bride jetted to the year 3000 in this Louis Vuitton creation.
The "Please Me" singer dispelled speculation about a viral Billboard Music Awards red carpet photo with a nearly naked body parts explanation.
Fans thought the pop star's "ME!" set copied Queen Bey's 2018 Coachella set, aka "Beychella," which celebrated the culture of historically black colleges and universities.
Dan Reynolds urged the star-studded crowd to take action to "protect our LGBTQ youth."
Love was certainly in the air for the Jonas Brothers on Wednesday night.
The rap star snuck in a reference to Maisie Williams' character on "Game of Thrones" and folks are now fearing the worst.
Drake won 12 awards Wednesday in Las Vegas, making his career total 27. Swift has 23 wins.
BTS, EXO and GOT7 are all in the running for top social artist.
But seriously — who isn't fangirling over them?
This is really how everyone should interview BTS.
With a performance like that, they really could've ended with a mic drop.
Once again, recording artist Z LaLa went big.
She delivered an iconic performance and speech, too.
"Why don't we change what's happening?"
It's about damn time.
She's competing against Cardi B and Nicki Minaj for Top Rap Female Artist.
BTS already made history by being the first K-pop group to win Billboard's Top Social Artist award.
K-pop is here to stay, y'all.