How To Watch The 2023 Billboard Music Awards, Including Performances By Mariah Carey, Morgan Wallen And More

The 2023 Billboard Music Awards is being held today, November 19, and it’s not your typical awards show. This year, Billboard is featuring a revamped format.

Rather than a single arena, the ceremony will feature performances and acceptance speeches “in global locations, in the midst of sold-out tours, and in custom venues,” the producers say.

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The Billboard Music Awards are not going to be broadcast live on any TV channels. Instead, the event will be available to watch online at from 8 PM ET/5 PM PT.

All the awards announcements will be on the Billboard and Billboard Music Awards social media channels, with some winners to be revealed from 5 PM ET/2 PM PT.

You can also watch the Billboard Music Awards on the show’s official social media platforms: Facebook, X, Instagram, TikTok, Threads, and YouTube.

The show’s performers include David Guetta and Bebe Rexha, Karol G, NewJeans, Mariah Carey, Morgan Wallen, Peso Pluma, Stray Kids and Tate McRae.

The performances include Wallen singing “98 Braves” from the Atlanta Braves’ home field, Truist Park in Atlanta.

Carey will give a performance of “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” which will mark the first time the holiday perennial has ever been performed on an awards show.

Peso Pluma’s performance of “Rubicón” will include a special guest appearance by boxing legend Mike Tyson, who is a self-declared Pluma superfan.

McRae will make her BBMAs debut by performing her hit “greedy,” and Rexha and Guetta will perform “I’m Good (Blue)” and “One in a Million.”

Stray Kids will make their BBMAs debut with an action-packed performance featuring two of their hit singles, “S-Class” and “LALALALA.”

NewJeans will perform “Super Shy” and “OMG,” two of their five songs that made the Hot 100 this year.

Taylor Swift was the leading BBMA nominee with nods in 20 categories. Wallen and SZA are runners-up, with 17 entries each. They are followed by The Weeknd (16); Drake and Zach Bryan (14); Luke Combs (10); 21 Savage, Metro Boomin and Miley Cyrus (nine each); Beyoncé and Rema (seven each); Bad Bunny and Pluma (six each); and Ariana Grande, Guetta, Eslabon Armado, Karol G, NewJeans and Selena Gomez (five each).

The 2023 BBMAs are determined by year-end performance metrics on the Billboard charts.

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