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2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards announced

The Weeknd and Taylor Swift were among the biggest winners at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards

Dua Lipa, The Weeknd, and Taylor Swift were among the biggest winners at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards as they took home the award for the Best Female Artist, Male Artist, and Best pop album of the year on Thursday.

American singer-songwriter Usher hosted the star-studded night which was telecasted from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Thursday and aired live on FOX at 8:00 pm EST/PST. The legendary singer-songwriter Elton John was honoured with the iHeartRadio Icon Award by Demi Lovato, Brandi Carlile, and H.E.R., who took the stage to honour the Academy award-winning singer’s greatest hits, as per Fox News.

Beyonce, Maren Morris, BTS, Harry Styles and more took home awards, here’s the complete list of winners:

Song of the year : The Weeknd- ‘Blinding Lights’
Female artist of the year : Dua Lipa
Male artist of the year : The Weeknd
Best duo/group of the year : Dan plus Shay
Best collaboration : Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyonce- ‘Savage (Remix)’
Best new pop artist : Doja Cat
Best pop album of the year : Taylor Swift- ‘folklore’
Alternative rock album of the year : Machine Gun Kelly- ‘Tickets To My Downfall’
Alternative rock song of the year : twentyone pilots- ‘Level Of Concern’
Alternative rock artist of the year : twenty one pilots
Best new rock/alternative rock artist : Powfu
Rock album of the year : AD/DC- ‘Power Up’
Rock song of the year : Foo Fighters- ‘Shame Shame’
Rock artist of the year : The Pretty Reckless
Country album of the year : Luke Combs- ‘What You See Ain’t Always What You Get’
Country song of the year : Maren Morris- ‘The Bones’
Country artist of the year : Luke Combs
Best new country artist : Gabby Barrett
Dance album of the year : Diplo- ‘Diplo Presents Thomas Wesley, Chapter 1: Snake Oil’
Dance song of the year : SAINt JHN- ‘Roses’ (Imanbek Remix)
Dance artist of the year : Marshmello
Hip-hop album of the year : Lil Baby- ‘My Turn’
Hip-hop song of the year : Roddy Ricch- ‘The Box’
Hip-hop artist of the year : Roddy Ricch
Best new hip-hop artist : Roddy Ricch
R&B song of the year : Chris Brown and Young Thug- ‘Go Crazy’
R&B artist of the year : H.E.R.
Best new R&B artist : Snoh Aalegra
R&B Album of the year : Jhene Aiko- ‘Chilombo’
Latin pop/reggaeton song of the year : KAROL G and Nicki Minaj- ‘Tusa’
Latin pop/reggaeton album of the year : Bad Bunny- ‘YHLQMDLG’
Latin pop/reggaeton artist of the year : J Balvin
Best new Latin artist : Rauw Alejandro
Regional Mexican song of the year : Christian Nodal- ‘Se Me Olvido’
Regional Mexican album of the year : Christian Nodal- ‘AYAYAY!’
Regional Mexican artist of the year : Christian Nodal
Producer of the year : Max Martin
Songwriter of the year : Ashley Gorley
Best lyrics (socially voted category) : Harry Styles- ‘Adore You’
Best cover song (socially voted category) : ‘Adore You’ (Harry Styles)- Lizzo
Best fan army (socially voted category) : BTS – #BTSARMY
Best music video (socially voted category) : BTS- ‘Dynamite’
Social star award (socially voted category) : Olivia Rodrigo
Favourite music video choreography (socially voted category) : BTS – Son Sung Deuk
TikTok bop of the year (socially voted category) : The Weeknd – “Blinding Lights”

Ariana Grande, The Weeknd gave the opening performance for the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards. Ariana made her first public appearance after getting married earlier this month. Other performances also featured pop stars like Demi Lovato, Brandi Carlile, Paak, Dan plus Shay, Doja Cat, Bruno Mars and more.

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