When Michael Jackson's hologram performed 'Slave to the Rhythm' at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night, his number ignited a wealth of responses. While some loved the fact that we could still see the King of Pop perform years after his death, others felt that the hologram performance was just too strange. Was his holographic number too cool or too much?
There is a reason (OK, a million) why Jennifer Lopez became the first woman ever to win the Icon Award at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards tonight -- and her unbelievable performance of 'First Love' showed us all why.
At long last, Miley Cyrus and the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne's cover of the Beatles' 'Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds' is finally here. The duo premiered their psychedelic rendition in a pre-taped performance at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards tonight.
We're not above making a very obvious John Legend reference: All of us here at PopCrush love all of the singer -- especially after his incredible performance of 'All of Me' and 'You and I' tonight at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards.
Lorde, one of the night's biggest winners, unleashed the very first primetime performance of her new single 'Tennis Court' at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards tonight. The 17-year-old singer brought her signature arm movements -- and trademark vocals -- to the number, donning a wide-brimmed black hat and all-black ensemble (sans feathers) for the performance.
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