It was a big night for Justin Timberlake at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards that took place in Los Angeles on Sunday night. Presented by Tom Ford, JT received the Innovator Award for his contribution to music, film, and comedy. Justin would then deliver an incredible speech quoting Steve Jobs’ Stanford commencement speech as well as former president Theodore Roosevelt. Catch the speech above!
Last night, Rihanna stole the show at the iHeartRadio Music Awards when she performed her brand new single “Bitch Better Have My Money” for the first time live. Dressed in a green mink coast and green shades, Rih stepped off a helicopter and tore down the stage. Catch her performance above!
Aside from playing host for the night, Jamie Foxx also took the stage at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday night to perform his song “You Changed Me” with Chris Brown. The collaboration comes off Jamie’s upcoming album that is set for release later this year. Catch their performance above!
Last night, Snoop Dogg and Charlie Wilson took the stage at the iHeartRadio Music Awards to close out the event with a performance of Snoop’s latest single “Peaches N Cream”. The track comes off Snoop’s upcoming album BUSH. Catch their performance above!
Apart from topping the charts, Rihanna can now say she’s topped the box offices too. Rih’s new film Home released this past Friday and is already sitting pretty at the top. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the animated film racked an incredible $54 million in the U.S. and $48.2 million everywhere else. Congrats Rih!
Last night, Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Hudson took their “Trouble” to the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards where the two performed their collaborative single on stage. The two are schedule to perform the song again at tonight’s iHeartRadio Music Awards. Catch the two tear down the stage in the video above.
UPDATE: Watch their performance from the 2015 iHeartRadio Awards after the jump!
Last night, the 2015 Stellar Awards took place at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. The event, which honors gospel music, was celebrating its 30th anniversary and featured a grand opening performance from none other than Destiny’s Child. Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland joined Michelle Williams on stage as the three performed Michelle’s song “Say Yes”.
The song, which comes off of Michelle’s Journey to Freedom album, was nominated for four awards including “Song of the Year”. This was the first time DC reunited since the the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show. Catch a clip of the performance above and be sure to check out the performance when the Stellar Gospel Music Awards premieres on April 5 on TV One.
Last night, prior to the Atlanta Hawks taking on the Miami Heat, ATL’s own 2 Chainz introduced the starting lineup for the #1 seeded team in the Eastern Conference. In between performing throughout the night, 2 Chainz also went up against Dominique Wilkins in a game of Horse. Catch their game after the jump!