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2012 Billboard Awards Performances and Review #TammyTalks #BBMA

Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell, stars of ABCs Modern Family, did an okay job hosting the awards...there were def some awkward moments.  


The 2012 Billboard Awards opened up with a performance from LMFAO. Of course they performed the same song they perform EVERYWHERE they are invited to. 









The Billboard Award for Social Media Artist of the world went to Justin Bieber....anyone shocked? Im kinda wondering why they have a Social Media Award anyways? Oh and was Justin Bieber high or what...his speech was super awkward. 

Katy Perry won the Spotlight award for having the most #1 number singles by a female on the Billboard charts.

Next up was Kelly Clarkson...I personally didnt care for her performance, seems like i brought down the energy at the show. 









Miley Cyrus looked gorgeous in her white blazer

Wiz Khalifa won Best New Artist....Im a little confused cuz I dont feel like he is a new artist but congrats!


Brandy looked stunning even with her big hair

Chris Brown took to the stage for a high energy performance of "Turn Up The Music"

Chris Brown – ‘Turn Up the Music’


Natasha Bedingfield performed "Last Dance" in tribute to the late Donna Summers

Usher took to the stage to perform his newest single "Scream"...which if I never see that performance again or hear that song again it will be too soon.




LMFAO beat out Adele for Hot 100 Song of the Year  for that damn "Party Rock Anthem" song....smh.

Justin Bieber took to the stage to sing her new single "Boyfriend" which is a knock off version of N Sync's "Girlfriend" song.

Male Artist of the Year  went to Lil Wayne...who of course wasnt there. He beat out Drake, Justin Bieber, and Bruno Mars. 


Chris Brown beat out Beyonce, Rihanna, and more for R&B Artist of the Year. 


John Legend took to the stage to perform "Greatest Love of All" in honor of Whitney Houston...followed by Jordin Spark performing "I Will Always Love You" and Bobbi Krisina gave a touching short and to the point acceptance speech on behalf of her mother. 


Alicia Keys paid tribute to Stevie Wonder 







Complete list of winners



Top Artist:
Adele
Top New Artist:
Wiz Khalifa
Top Male Artist:
Lil Wayne
Top Female Artist:
Adele

Top Duo/Group:

LMFAO
Top Billboard 200 Artist:Adele
Top Hot 100 Artist:Adele
Top Digital Songs Artist:Adele
Top Radio Songs Artist:Adele
Top Touring ArtistU2
Top Social Artist:Justin Bieber
Top Streaming Artist:Rihanna
Top Digital Media ArtistAdele
Top Pop Artist:Adele
Top R&B Artist:Chris Brown
Top Rap Artist:Lil Wayne
Top Country Artist:Lady Antebellum
Top Rock Artist:Coldplay
Top Alternative Artist:Coldplay
Top Latin ArtistShakira
Top Dance ArtistLady Gaga
Top Christian ArtistCasting Crowns
ALBUMS AWARDS:
Top Billboard 200 Album:Adele “21″
Top Pop AlbumAdele “21″
Top R&B AlbumBeyonce “4″
Top Rap Album:Lil Wayne “Tha Carter IV”
Top Country Album:Jason Aldean “My Kinda Party”
Top Rock Album:Coldplay “Mylo Xyloto”
Top Alternative Album:Coldplay “Mylo Xyloto”
Top Latin Album:Romeo Santos “Formula: Vol. 1″
Top Dance Album:Lady Gaga “Born This Way”
Top Christian Album:Casting Crowns “Come To The Well”
SONG AWARDS:
Top Hot 100 Song:LMFAO Feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock “Party Rock Anthem”
Top Digital Song :LMFAO Feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock “Party Rock Anthem”
Top Radio Song:Pitbull Feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer “Give Me Everything”
Top Streaming Song (Audio)Adele “Rolling in the Deep”
Top Streaming Song (Video)Nicki Minaj “Super Bass”
Top Pop Song:LMFAO Feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock “Party Rock Anthem”
Top R&B Song:Kelly Rowland Feat. Lil Wayne “Motivation”
Top Rap Song:LMFAO Feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock “Party Rock Anthem”
Top Country Song:Jason Aldean “Dirt Road Anthem”
Top Rock Song:Foster The People “Pumped Up Kicks”
Top Alternative Song:Adele “Rolling In The Deep”
Top Latin Song:Don Omar & Lucenzo “Danza Kuduro”
Top Dance Song:LMFAO Feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock “Party Rock Anthem”

Top Christian Song

Laura Story “Blessings”




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