The awards took over London’s O2 Arena, marking the first, live large-scale indoor event since March of last year.
The newly-rearranged shows kick off in Glasgow on September 23, with the band also looking to reschedule further shows in Leeds and Dublin.
‘What’s Your Pleasure? The Platinum Pleasure Edition’ is out June 11.
The festival is set to take place Friday, September 24th through Sunday, September 26th at the Citi Field complex in Queens.
Smash Mouth’s song ‘All Star’ changed the course of the band's career and become one of pop radio’s most enduring hits.
The set list will also include first-time performances of her versions of Paul McCartney’s 'Lavatory Lil' and The Cure’s 'Lovesong.'
COVID-19 has again forced the event to cancel, but it is being rescheduled for summer 2022.
Eilish's co-hosts for the 13 September event include poet Amanda Gorman and tennis star Naomi Osaka.
Olivia Rodrigo will perform just six days before the release of her highly anticipated debut album, SOUR.
Among the changes are the elimination of Nominations Review Committees, two GRAMMY Award category additions, and more.
The song appears on the forthcoming second season of ‘High School Music: The Musical: The Series.’
The film will be directed by Petra Collins.
The highly anticipated album arrives May 31, BigHit Music has revealed.
The pop singer and songwriter’s long awaited debut features previously released singles ‘All Your Exes’ and ‘Lie Like This.’
Though small in number, these pioneering female music producers have made their mark in the industry, from Sylvia Moy to Linda Perry.
The Billboard Music Awards will be airing on May 23 live from Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater.