Exclusive Portraits From The 2016 Billboard Music Awards.

DJ Khaled

The hip-hop star — who introduced pal Justin Bieber at the Billboard Music Awards — has a serious moment backstage at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on May 22.

Keke Palmer

The singer and actress took to the stage with with Kelly Rowland as both introduced DNCE’s performance .


DNCE whose  performance of “Cake by the Ocean” turned Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena into one big party, were pictured in a festive mood backstage at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards on May 22.

The French DJ was named top dance/electronic artist.


The Billboard Music Awards co-host (along with Ciara) poses backstage.

Ty Dolla $ign

The hip-hop star hit the stage with Fifth Harmony for their song “Work From Home”.


The Empire star surely looked incredible.

Rachel Platten

“Fight Song” singer Rachel Platten shows off her enviable abs backstage.


Britney Spears

The pop diva  won the Millennium Award and performed a medley of her hits.

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