The 2023 Billboard Music Awards, scheduled for November 19 at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST, promises an exhilarating lineup of performances from some of the music industry's most celebrated artists. Canadian sensation Tate McRae is set to grace the stage, showcasing her chart-topping hit "Greedy" from her forthcoming album "Think Later," slated for a December 8 release via RCA Records.
This performance comes just ahead of her highly anticipated 2024 world tour. McRae, a remarkable talent in the music scene, has again secured her position as a finalist for Top Dance/Electronic Song at the "2023 Billboard Music Awards," marking her second consecutive nomination in this category with her Tiësto collaboration "10:35."
Carey's Historic Performance
Adding to the star-studded event, Mariah Carey will deliver a unique Aspen-themed performance of her perennial favorite "All I Want For Christmas Is You." This historic rendition marks the first time the iconic Christmas hit will be performed at an awards ceremony.
Carey will also receive the Billboard Chart Achievement Award, a tribute to her enduring impact on the music charts. K-pop enthusiasts can look forward to an electrifying act by Stray Kids. The group, which debuted in 2018 under JYP Entertainment, will perform "S-Class" and "Lalalala" from their 2023 EP, "Rock-Star." Stray Kids, known for hits like "Miroh," have become global sensations, appearing on major stages worldwide, including Lollapalooza.
The group's Hyunjin has recently been spotlighted as Versace's brand ambassador, highlighting the group's growing influence. Morgan Wallen, leading the pack as this year's top male finalist at the BBMAs, is set to perform "98 Braves" at Truist Park in Atlanta, home of the former ‘98 Braves.
Wallen's remarkable 16 award nominations encompass categories like Top Artist and Top Billboard 200 Artist. The event will also mark the U.S. award show debut of K-pop supergroup NewJeans. They will perform "Super Shy" and "Omg," vying for five awards, including Top Global K-Pop Artist.
The group, comprising Minji, Hanni, Danielle, Haerin, and Hyein, has rapidly risen to fame with hits like "Hype Boy" and "Super Shy." Each member holds prestigious brand ambassadorships, reflecting their skyrocketing popularity.
Bebe Rexha, joining forces with David Guetta, will take the stage for a rendition of "I'm Good (Blue)," a track nominated in multiple categories. Peso Pluma, also confirmed to perform, competes for five awards, including Top New Artist and Top Latin Album.
The 2023 Billboard Music Awards, presented by Marriott Bonvoy, is not just a celebration of outstanding musical talent but a reflection of the year's chart-topping achievements. This year's event, honoring the most influential names in music, is poised to be an unforgettable evening of stellar performances and prestigious accolades.