A look at the top moments from the Billboard Music Awards

Celine Dion at the Billboard Music Awards.

Also known as Bangtan Boys, BTS made history during Sunday night's 2017 Billboard Music Awards, and there was plenty of support from fans who call themselves the "Army".

Drake broke a record previously held by Adele when he scored 13 Billboard Music Awards last night-the most won by any artist in a single year. Then the thirst took over, and Drake said that he's "a year away from a Céline tat".

From its big-name performances to stars' acceptance speeches, the night's big moments were more subdued than years past.

Her powerful rendition of 'My Heart Will Go On', 20 years after the song became a classic, brought the audience to a standing ovation. Minaj had many artists like Jason Derulo, David Guetta, and Lil Wayne make appearances during her set. The singer, who marked her 71st birthday on Saturday, took to the stage at the ceremony for her first awards show performance in 15 years to belt out her hit song Believe while wearing a revealing silver look with nipple pasties.

On Sunday, she thanked her mother for making her believe that she could go far.

Even Miley Cyrus' family noted the change in demeanor at this year's award show for the former Disney star when her sister Noah Cyrus introduced her "for the first time in years with trousers on". While her performance wasn't the evening's most memorable, at least it didn't do her any harm. Hudgens, who hosted with Ludacris, also sang Dion's "I'm Your Lady" and wowed with her fashion choices. Drake had earned 10 awards in early winners announced Sunday morning and picked up an 11th for top male artist in the first minutes of the show.

However as the camera panned there was one person watching on who didn't seem that impressed - Miley's old enemy Nicki Minaj.

  • Salvatore Jensen