How to Watch 2018 Billboard Music Awards: Live Stream Red Carpet and Performances

Some of the biggest names in music will get the royal treatment on Sunday when they’re celebrated at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards. The ceremony will bring the likes of Drake, Bruno Mars, Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift to Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena, during which they’ll compete for some of the biggest awards of the night.

Kelly Clarkson is set to host the awards show, while several stars including The Chainsmokers, French Montana, Ne-Yo, Mila Kunis, Tyra Banks, Hailey Baldwin and Nick Jonas and a dozen others will hand out awards to the many winners of this year’s top categories.

The list of performers at the Billboard Music Awards is just as impressive. Heavy-hitters like John Legend, Jennifer Lopez, Ed Sheeran, Dua Lipa, BTS, and Shawn Mendes are expected to perform while Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato will hit the stage with their brand new collaboration, “Fall in Line.” Arianna Grande will also give a performance of her new music as well.

But the most anticipated performance of the night may come from none other than Janet Jackson, who will be honored with Billboard’s 2017 Icon Award. The 52-year-old will perform a melody of some of her biggest hits.

The awards show will air live on NBC on Sunday at 8 p.m. Viewers who can’t jet-set to Las Vegas to attend the show for themselves and those who don’t have access to television can still live stream the program on their smart devices via NBC’s website. Music lovers with Hulu can also stream the awards ceremony there.

In typical E! fashion, the network will also air its annual Live! From the Red Carpet segment ahead of the awards show, so fans will be able to catch all the red carpet glam as celebs make their way to the event. The E! red carpet event will air live on the network starting at 6 p.m. ET. The network will also feature red carpet coverage on E! News digital as well as on their @enews Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Billboard will also stream live from the red carpet on Twitter on Sunday starting at 6 p.m. ET. 

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