Cher Lets Trump Off Easy During Billboard Acceptance Speech

And Cher, receiving the Icon Award, did "Believe" and "If I Could Turn Back Time." As the 71-year-old sang "Believe", Dion stopped to watch her fellow performer on a monitor and wound up leading a singalong of the "Believe" chorus.

Celine Dion performs "My Heart will Go On" at the Billboard Music Awards at the T-Mobile Arena on Sunday, May 21, 2017, in Las Vegas.

A video has emerged, courtesy of journalist Frank Elaridi, of the Canadian singer bopping along to Cher's performance of Believe backstage at the awards and it is wonderful.

Cher may be 71, but she isn't afraid to show some serious skin.

Are you a big fan of Celine and Cher? At the Billboard Music Awards Sunday night, the singer performed for the first time since the 2002 ceremony, where she won the Billboard Music Artist Achievement Award.

Dan Reynolds of the rock band Imagine Dragons led a moment of silence for Chris Cornell, who died Thursday.

Performances from remote locations are usually hit or miss, and while Sheeran's performance didn't steal the show, he did perform a ideal rendition of his hit song, "Castle on the Hill".

She appeared youthful wearing a platinum blonde wig and silver boots as she stormed the stage with her backing dancers.

It was all going down at the Billboard Music Awards.

Luckily enough, a camera was already on Nicki Minaj and promptly captured her shouting: "What about me?!" Vanessa Hudgens and Ludacris hosted the evening in an unexpected yet pleasant pairing. Cher, who never bites her tongue when it comes to getting political on awards shows, surprised both viewers and show execs when she did not mention Trump while accepting the Icon award at all.

Top country artist: Blake Shelton.

Top Hot 100 song: The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey, "Closer".

  • Salvatore Jensen