Watch Every 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards Performance Again and Again [VIDEOS]
Miss the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards? No worries, we've got you covered with a comprehensive list of all of the performances!
It was an insanely star-studded night, with viewers treated to music from current Disney stars such as Sabrina Carpenter and House of Mouse alumnus Nick Jonas. The variety of songs was just as broad. Whether Tori Kelly was wowing us with her stripped-down version of "Nobody Love" or Shawn Mendes was inspiring the crowd with his anthemic "Something Big," we were entranced.
Check out our ranking of the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards performances below!
Tori Kelly took things down a notch with her acoustic performance of "Nobody Love." Armed with just a guitar and her powerful voice, Tori captivated the audience with her lovestruck track.
The only thing better than watching Fifth Harmony perform is watching them collaborate with an equally amazing artist. Enter Natalie La Rose. The six women sounded amazing as they sang "Somebody" and "Worth It." Girl power moment, anyone?
We're obsessed with Sabrina Carpenter's new album and her Radio Disney performance will show you why. She sounded unbelievable as she belted out ballads “We’ll Be the Stars” & “Eyes Wide Open.” (Props to the crowd for setting the tone with light sticks.)
Shawn Mendes brought down the house with his anthemic "Something Big." The performance became even more epic when he introduced Sheppard's equally energetic hit, "Geronimo."
R5 fans got a two-for-one deal when the band performed “Smile” and “Let’s Not Be Alone” at the Radio Disney Music Awards. The group's energy was at max power, working the crowd at the Nokia Theatre (and everyone watching at home, too).
Will we ever tire of seeing Nick Jonas perform? Probably not. Nick turned down the steam factor while singing "Chains" and "Jealous," letting his amazing vocals stand out. (Shout-out to that upbeat remix of "Jealous!")
Need inspiration? Rachel Platten's "Fight Song" performance is for you! The crowd clearly agreed as they cheered when she insisted, "I've still got a lot of fight left in me."
Becky G brought all of the drama (in the best way possible!) with “Lovin’ So Hard” & “Shower." From the lights to her mid-performance costume change, she was all about entertaining the audience.