Are you ready for a spectacular live show full of unforgettable performances, amazing collaborations and pop culture moments? If you’re keeping up with current music trends you don’t want to miss the 2021 Billboard Music Awards which will be held in the Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles.

You will be able to watch the show live today on NBC today, on Sunday, May 23 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.

This year’s event will feature some of the most famous artists in the world like The Weeknd who is the most nominated artist, earning sixteen nominations, hit rapper DaBaby (with 11 nominations), Megan Thee Stallion (with 2 nominations), Drake who will receive the Artist of the Decade Award, Pink who will receive the Billboard Icon Award, Trae tha Truth who will receive the Change Maker Award and many more!

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The late Pop Smoke and Juice WRLD are also up for posthumous nods in several categories, along with first-timers like “I Hope” singer Gabby Barrett who became the female artist with the most nods this year.

 

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This event will be hosted with super talented and popular Nick Jonas from the Jonas Brothers.

 

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How to watch the event online:

  1. You can stream the event live on Peacock for free through the app, which includes viewing from a laptop, smartphone, or smart TV.
  2. Peacock has a 7-day free trial to watch the Billboard Music Awards online, but getting Peacock Premium will let you watch everything on the streamer ad-free.
  3.  Stream the BBMAs on Hulu + Live TV. Hulu is currently offering a 7-day free trial so     you can watch the Billboard Music Awards.
  4. Watch the Awards on fuboTV.  Like Hulu, fuboTV currently has a 7-day trial that you can use to stream the Billboard Music Awards free online.
  5. Stream the BBMAs on SlingTV. SlingTV is currently offering a 7-day free trial.

Source: rollingstone.com