The Billboard Music Awards will be airing on May 23 live from Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater.
Last year, the annual music awards show was postponed to October, amid the pandemic.
A socially distanced affair, this year's ceremony was finally happened live on NBC, broadcast from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
The country king's third studio album debuted atop both the US pop and country charts on September 28, 1991.
Winners will be announced live from LA’s Dolby Theater on October 14.
The new clip features all women, including Cara Delevingne, Suki Waterhouse and Debbie Harry.
The pop superstar's new album, 'Madame X', is scheduled for release on 14 June.
The 2019 Billboard Music Awards returned to the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Wednesday, 1 May, with Drake breaking the record for the most awards.
The jaunt kicks off on 7 August in Miami, FL and will make stops in Atlanta, Boston, New York, Chicago, Dallas and more before wrapping on 20 October in Los Angeles, CA.
Madonna’s latest collaboration with Latin superstar Maluma, ‘Medellín’, will be making its worldwide television premiere at this year’s awards.
The album sold 26,500 copies, 68% of which were physical sales, reports the Official Charts Company.
Sam Smith will make his Billboard Music Awards debut to perform his collaborative hit single ‘Dancing With A Stranger’ with Normani.
Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Bryan, Kelly Clarkson, Sam Hunt and Blake Shelton are also slated to take to the stage.
Other big winners included Ed Sheeran, Chris Stapleton and Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee with 'Despacito'.
From Rihanna to Metallica, the Billboard Music Awards cut across all genres. Here are just a few of the highlights from the show's almost 30-year history.