The 2022 Billboard Music Awards aired live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas last night (May 15th), celebrating artists of all genres under one roof.
Diddy, the rapper-billionaire with many nicknames including Love, hosted the event and came prepared with outfit changes and a dance number to open the show. Joined by rapper-singer Bryson Tiller for their new track “Gotta Move On,” Diddy did some choreographed steps and was later accompanied by Jack Harlow, who performed his hit “First Class.” Christian Combs, a.k.a. King Combs—Diddy's son—Teyana Taylor and her daughter Junie helped Diddy perform the classic “Mo' Money Mo' Problems” before Puffy turned to his hosting duties.
The night was full of notable moments, including Doja Cat taking home awards in the R&B categories, Diddy and the City Girls going off the teleprompter, Morgan Wallen and Travis Scott making award show appearances after having controversial moments of their own, Mary J. Blige being honored by Janet Jackson and much more.