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Pink steals the show with an acrobatic performance of Cover Me In Sunshine

Before receiving the Icon Award at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, the legendary Pink stole the show with an acrobatic performance of Cover Me In Sunshine alongside nine-year-old daughter Willow Sage.

The 41-year-old singer released Cover Me In Sunshine in mid-February, a duet with her daughter Willow, that kicked off a medley of memorable Pink songs.

The performance featured mother and daughter showing off their acrobatic skills as they clung to rope swings and twirled high above the ground while delivering a memorable performance before she was presented with the Icon Award from one of the singer’s first crushes, Jon Bon Jovi. 

Pink and Willow: Before receiving the Icon Award at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, the legendary Pink stole the show with an acrobatic performance of Cover Me In Sunshine alongside nine-year-old daughter Willow Sage

Skills: The 41-year-old singer released Cover Me In Sunshine in mid-February, a duet with her daughter Willow, that kicked off a medley of memorable Pink songs

Pink started her performance wearing a sparkling black onesie with fishnet stockings and a flowing black skirt over it, as she embraced her daughter willow, wearing a tan dress as they both took to the stage barefoot.

A dual rope swing was lowered from the roof as they were taken up into the air with a huge image of the moon looming in the background.

The singer completed her look with small gold hoop earrings as she performed the song with her daughter, while twirling about in the dual rope swings in an impressive acrobatic performance. 

The performance even earned a rave review from a celebrity fan, Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner, who shared a stunned snap of herself on her Instagram story, adding, ‘Pink and her daughter OMG OMG OMG so beautiful.’

Mother and daughter: Pink started her performance wearing a sparkling black leotard as she embraced her daughter willow, wearing a tan dress as they both took to the stage barefoot

Mother and daughter: Pink started her performance wearing a sparkling black leotard as she embraced her daughter willow, wearing a tan dress as they both took to the stage barefoot

Rope swing: A dual rope swing was lowered from the roof as they were taken up into the air with a huge image of the moon looming in the background

Rope swing: A dual rope swing was lowered from the roof as they were taken up into the air with a huge image of the moon looming in the background

Impressive: The singer completed her look with small gold hoop earrings as she performed the song with her daughter, while twirling about in the dual rope swings in an impressive acrobatic performance

Impressive: The singer completed her look with small gold hoop earrings as she performed the song with her daughter, while twirling about in the dual rope swings in an impressive acrobatic performance

Pink made her debut on TikTok with a video of her and Willow singing Cover Me In Sunshine, and she officially released the song and music video just a few days later.

The song amassed 11,000 downloads and two million U.S. streams in the week ending on February, 18, debuting at number four on Billboard’s Digital Song Sales. 

The song kicked off a medley of her hits, followed by All I Know So Far, So What, Blow Me (One Last Kiss), Who Knew, Just Like a Pill and Just Give Me a Reason.

TikTok: Pink made her debut on TikTok with a video of her and Willow singing Cover Me In Sunshine, and she officially released the song and music video just a few days later

TikTok: Pink made her debut on TikTok with a video of her and Willow singing Cover Me In Sunshine, and she officially released the song and music video just a few days later

Streams: The song amassed 11,000 downloads and two million U.S. streams in the week ending on February, 18, debuting at number four on Billboard 's Digital Song Sales

Streams: The song amassed 11,000 downloads and two million U.S. streams in the week ending on February, 18, debuting at number four on Billboard ‘s Digital Song Sales

Medley: The song kicked off a medley of her hits, followed by All I Know So Far, So What, Blow Me (One Last Kiss), Who Knew, Just Like a Pill and Just Give Me a Reason

Medley: The song kicked off a medley of her hits, followed by All I Know So Far, So What, Blow Me (One Last Kiss), Who Knew, Just Like a Pill and Just Give Me a Reason

The performance was introduced by the singer’s first crush, Jon Bon Jovi, who he’s since become close friends with, though Pink made it clear she was ‘crushed’ upon learning the Bon Jovi frontman was married.  

‘Jon Bon Jovi, I think you know this. I didn’t come out of my room for a week when you married Dorothea,’ the singer said.

‘I ripped your poster off the wall and replaced you with (Skid Row frontman) Sebastian Bach. I’m glad you found lasting love, but you broke my heart. I take it as an apology,’ she added.

First crush: The performance was introduced by the singer's first crush, Jon Bon Jovi, who he's since become close friends with, though Pink made it clear she was 'crushed' upon learning the Bon Jovi frontman was married

First crush: The performance was introduced by the singer’s first crush, Jon Bon Jovi, who he’s since become close friends with, though Pink made it clear she was ‘crushed’ upon learning the Bon Jovi frontman was married

A week: 'Jon Bon Jovi, I think you know this. I didn't come out of my room for a week when you married Dorothea,' the singer said

A week: ‘Jon Bon Jovi, I think you know this. I didn’t come out of my room for a week when you married Dorothea,’ the singer said

Crush: 'I ripped your poster off the wall and replaced you with (Skid Row frontman) Sebastian Bach. I'm glad you found lasting love, but you broke my heart. I take it as an apology,' she added

Crush: ‘I ripped your poster off the wall and replaced you with (Skid Row frontman) Sebastian Bach. I’m glad you found lasting love, but you broke my heart. I take it as an apology,’ she added

She thanked Billboard for the award, adding her daughter Willow, ‘nailed it,’ while her other child, four-year-old son Jamison is ‘nailing it.’ 

‘I love what I do and I love the people that I get to do it with. And we’re pretty good at what we do, but it wouldn’t matter if no one came to see us and play with us so all you guys out there and around the world, thank you for  coming out thank you for letting us feel together,’ she said to the crowd of hundreds outside the Microsoft Theater. 

‘I cannot wait until we can do it again, so we can just sweat all over each other. And just this is an absolute honor. Dream big because what if it comes true thank you,’ she concluded.

Nailed it: She thanked Billboard for the award, adding her daughter Willow, 'nailed it,' while her other child, four-year-old son Jamison is 'nailing it'

Nailed it: She thanked Billboard for the award, adding her daughter Willow, ‘nailed it,’ while her other child, four-year-old son Jamison is ‘nailing it’

Love: 'I love what I do and I love the people that I get to do it with. And we're pretty good at what we do, but it wouldn't matter if no one came to see us and play with us so all you guys out there and around the world, thank you for coming out thank you for letting us feel together,' she said to the crowd of hundreds outside the Microsoft Theater

Love: ‘I love what I do and I love the people that I get to do it with. And we’re pretty good at what we do, but it wouldn’t matter if no one came to see us and play with us so all you guys out there and around the world, thank you for coming out thank you for letting us feel together,’ she said to the crowd of hundreds outside the Microsoft Theater

Cannot wait: 'I cannot wait until we can do it again, so we can just sweat all over each other. And just this is an absolute honor. Dream big because what if it comes true thank you,' she concluded

Cannot wait: ‘I cannot wait until we can do it again, so we can just sweat all over each other. And just this is an absolute honor. Dream big because what if it comes true thank you,’ she concluded

Willow wasn’t the only youngster to steal the show on Sunday night, with Drake’s young son Adonis Graham, 3, tearing at heartstrings with an emotional moment on stage as he accepted the Artist of the Decade award.

Drake thanked everyone who helped him achieve his monumental success during, and while he was about to thank his ‘beautiful family,’ Adonis started walking off the stage with the award.

Drake picked up his son and said, ‘I want to dedicate this award to you,’ as his son started crying before his doting dad put the tyke down with a laugh.

Drake and Adonis: Willow wasn't the only youngster to steal the show on Sunday night, with Drake's young son Adonis Graham, 3, tearing at heartstrings with an emotional moment on stage as he accepted the Artist of the Decade award

Drake and Adonis: Willow wasn’t the only youngster to steal the show on Sunday night, with Drake’s young son Adonis Graham, 3, tearing at heartstrings with an emotional moment on stage as he accepted the Artist of the Decade award

Dedicated: Drake picked up his son and said, 'I want to dedicate this award to you,' as his son started crying before his doting dad put the tyke down with a laugh

Dedicated: Drake picked up his son and said, ‘I want to dedicate this award to you,’ as his son started crying before his doting dad put the tyke down with a laugh

The 2021 Billboard Music Awards kicked off with a fun-filled live performance by DJ Khaled, who was joined by H.E.R. and Migos to sing their hit We’re Going Crazy.

Unlike many of the performances over the past year and a half, the artists performed in front of actual fans outside of the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles, in what was likely one of the largest live crowds in months. 

Host Nick Jonas revealed in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter last week that there will be between 500 and 600 fans in attendance, who were treated to the performance by Khaled, H.E.R. and Migos first on Sunday afternoon. 

Crazy performance: The 2021 Billboard Music Awards kicked off with a fun-filled live performance by DJ Khaled, who was joined by H.E.R. and Migos to sing their hit We’re Going Crazy

On stage: She had her long black locks died back in a pony tail with black sunglasses and black spandex shorts

On stage: She had her long black locks died back in a pony tail with black sunglasses and black spandex shorts

Doja on stage: Doja Cat rocks a unique ensemble on stage during the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Doja on stage: Doja Cat rocks a unique ensemble on stage during the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Doja Cat and SZA left little to the imagination in racy outfits while performing their song Kiss Me More at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards.

Doja Cat (real name Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini), 25, and SZA (real name Solána Imani Rowe), 31, rocked unique outfits with their lively performance among the night’s highlights from the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday.

Earlier in the awards show, Doja Cat won Top R&B Female Artist at the Billboard Awards, beating Jheno Aiko and SZA.

Doja and SZA: Doja Cat is joined by SZA, both in provocative outfits on stage at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Doja and SZA: Doja Cat is joined by SZA, both in provocative outfits on stage at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Alicia Keys celebrates the 20th Anniversary of her debut album Songs in A Minor with a medley of her greatest hits at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards. 

Other performers included Twenty One Pilots and The Sounds of Blackness, who performed from Prince’s Paisley Park while being introduced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

The singers celebrated the Minneapolis music scene by performing the early 90s hit Optimistic. 

Anniversary: Alicia Keys celebrates the 20th Anniversary of her debut album Songs in A Minor with a medley of her greatest hits at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Anniversary: Alicia Keys celebrates the 20th Anniversary of her debut album Songs in A Minor with a medley of her greatest hits at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Phone call: Alicia Keys makes a 'phone call' on stage during a medley of her greatest hits at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Phone call: Alicia Keys makes a ‘phone call’ on stage during a medley of her greatest hits at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Pilots: Twenty One Pilots perform on stage at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Pilots: Twenty One Pilots perform on stage at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Karol G made her Billboard debut performing her hit songs Bichota and El Makinon at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards.

Global superstars BTS also performed during the three-hour telecast, while also taking home two Billboard Music Awards as well.

The Korean superstars took home the Top Group/Due award, beating AC/DC, AJR, Dan + Shay and Maroon 5 and the fan-voted Top Social Group.

Minneapolis sound: Ann Nesby of The Sounds of Blackness performs from Prince's Paisley Park during the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Minneapolis sound: Ann Nesby of The Sounds of Blackness performs from Prince’s Paisley Park during the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Debut: Karol G makes her Billboard debut performing at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Debut: Karol G makes her Billboard debut performing at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

BTS: Korean superstars BTS perform during the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

BTS: Korean superstars BTS perform during the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Spotlight: The spotlight was on global superstars BTS as they performed during the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Spotlight: The spotlight was on global superstars BTS as they performed during the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Other performers included Bad Bunny and The Weeknd, who turned in a previously-taped performance that involved a number of sports cars.

The iconic group Duran Duran perform from the Hammersmith Apollo in London for their first ever Billboard Music Awards performance.

Duran Duran sang a three-song medley with their 1986 hit Notorious, their new single Invisible off the forthcoming album Future Past and their 1982 classic Hungry Like the Wolf.

The awards show was closed out by host Nick Jonas joined by his brothers Joe and Kevin Jonas for a medley of songs as The Jonas Brothers, joined by Marshmello. 

Bunny performs: Bad Bunny performs on stage at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Bunny performs: Bad Bunny performs on stage at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

The Weeknd sings: The Weeknd belts out a tune in a previously-taped performance during the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

The Weeknd sings: The Weeknd belts out a tune in a previously-taped performance during the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

Car chase: The Weeknd performs in a classic red convertible while followed by a number of other exotic cars

Car chase: The Weeknd performs in a classic red convertible while followed by a number of other exotic cars

Legendary first: The iconic group Duran Duran perform from the Hammersmith Apollo in London for their first ever Billboard Music Awards performance

Legendary first: The iconic group Duran Duran perform from the Hammersmith Apollo in London for their first ever Billboard Music Awards performance

Medley: Duran Duran sang a three-song medley with their 1986 hit Notorious, their new single Invisible off the forthcoming album Future Past and their 1982 classic Hungry Like the Wolf

Medley: Duran Duran sang a three-song medley with their 1986 hit Notorious, their new single Invisible off the forthcoming album Future Past and their 1982 classic Hungry Like the Wolf

Jonas close: The awards show was closed out by host Nick Jonas joined by his brothers Joe and Kevin Jonas for a medley of songs as The Jonas Brothers

Jonas close: The awards show was closed out by host Nick Jonas joined by his brothers Joe and Kevin Jonas for a medley of songs as The Jonas Brothers

Marshmello: The Jonas Brothers were joined by Marshmello for a medley of songs to close out the show

Marshmello: The Jonas Brothers were joined by Marshmello for a medley of songs to close out the show

2021 BILLBOARD AWARD NOMINEES

Top Billboard 200 Album

Juice WRLD ‘Legends Never Die’

Lil Baby ‘My Turn’

Pop Smoke ‘Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon’ — WINNER

Taylor Swift ‘folklore’

The Weeknd ‘After Hours’

 

Top R&B Album

Jhené Aiko ‘Chilombo’

Chris Brown & Young Thug ‘Slime & B’

Doja Cat ‘Hot Pink’

Kehlani ‘It Was Good Until It Wasn’t’

The Weeknd ‘After Hours’ — WINNER

 

Top Rap Album

DaBaby ‘Blame It On the Baby’

Juice WRLD ‘Legends Never Die’

Lil Baby ‘My Turn’

Lil Uzi Vert ‘Eternal Atake’

Pop Smoke ‘Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon’ — WINNER

 

Top Country Album

Gabby Barrett ‘Goldmine’

Sam Hunt ‘Southside’

Chris Stapleton ‘Starting Over’

Carrie Underwood ‘My Gift’

Morgan Wallen ‘Dangerous: The Double Album’ — WINNER

 

Top Rock Album

AC/DC ‘Power Up’

Miley Cyrus ‘Plastic Hearts’

Glass Animals ‘Dreamland’

Machine Gun Kelly ‘Tickets to My Downfall’ — WINNER

Bruce Springsteen ‘Letter to You’

 

Top Latin Album

Anuel AA ‘Emmanuel’

Bad Bunny ‘El Último Tour Del Mundo’

Bad Bunny ‘Las que no iban a salir’ — WINNER

Bad Bunny ‘YHLQMDLG’

J Balvin ‘Colores’

 

Top Dance/Electronic Album

DJ Snake ‘Carte Blanche’

Gryffin ‘Gravity’

Kygo ‘Golden Hour’

Lady Gaga ‘Chromatica’ — WINNER

Kylie Minogue ‘Disco’

 

Top Christian Album

Bethel Music ‘Peace’

Elevation Worship ‘Grave Into Gardens’

Carrie Underwood ‘My Gift’ — WINNER

We The Kingdom ‘Holy Water’

Zach Williams ‘Rescue Story’

 

Top Gospel Album

Koryn Hawthorne ‘I AM’

Tasha Cobbs Leonard ‘Royalty: Live at the Ryman’

Maverick City Music ‘Maverick City Vol. 3 Part 1’ — WINNER

Maverick City Music ‘Maverick City Vol. 3 Part 2’

Kierra Sheard ‘Kierra’ 

 

Top Hot 100 Song Presented by Rockstar

24kGoldn ft. iann dior ‘Mood’

Gabby Barrett ft. Charlie Puth ‘I Hope’

Chris Brown & Young Thug ‘Go Crazy’

DaBaby ft. Roddy Ricch ‘ROCKSTAR’

The Weeknd ‘Blinding Lights’ — WINNER

 

Top Streaming Song

Cardi B ft. Megan Thee Stallion ‘WAP’

DaBaby ft. Roddy Ricch ‘ROCKSTAR’ — WINNER

Future ft. Drake ‘Life Is Good’

Jack Harlow ft. DaBaby, Tory Lanez, & Lil Wayne ‘WHATS POPPIN’

The Weeknd ‘Blinding Lights’

 

Top Selling Song

Gabby Barrett ft. Charlie Puth ‘I Hope’

BTS ‘Dynamite’ — WINNER

Cardi B ft. Megan Thee Stallion ‘WAP’

Megan Thee Stallion ‘Savage’

The Weeknd ‘Blinding Lights’

 

Top Radio Song

Gabby Barrett ft. Charlie Puth ‘I Hope’

Chris Brown & Young Thug ‘Go Crazy’

Dua Lipa ‘Don’t Start Now’

Harry Styles ‘Adore You’

The Weeknd ‘Blinding Lights’ — WINNER

 

Top Collaboration (Fan Voted)

24kGoldn ft. iann dior ‘Mood’

Gabby Barrett ft. Charlie Puth ‘I Hope’ — WINNER

Chris Brown & Young Thug ‘Go Crazy’

DaBaby ft. 

Roddy Ricch ‘ROCKSTAR’

Jack Harlow ft. DaBaby, Tory Lanez, & Lil Wayne ‘WHATS POPPIN’

 

Top R&B Song

Jhené Aiko ft. H.E.R. ‘B.S.’

Justin Bieber ft. Quavo ‘Intentions’

Chris Brown & Young Thug ‘Go Crazy’

Doja Cat ‘Say So’

The Weeknd ‘Blinding Lights’

 

Top Rap Song

24kGoldn ft. iann dior ‘Mood’

Cardi B ft. Megan Thee Stallion ‘WAP’

DaBaby ft. Roddy Ricch ‘ROCKSTAR’ — WINNER

Jack Harlow ft. DaBaby, Tory Lanez, & Lil Wayne ‘WHATS POPPIN’

Megan Thee Stallion ‘Savage’

 

Top Country Song

Jason Aldean ‘Got What I Got’

Gabby Barrett ‘I Hope’ — WINNER

Lee Brice ‘One of Them Girls’

Morgan Wallen ‘Chasin’ You’

Morgan Wallen ‘More Than My Hometown’

 

Top Rock Song

AJR ‘Bang!’ — WINNER

All Time Low ft. blackbear ‘Monsters’

Glass Animals ‘Heat Waves’

Machine Gun Kelly ft. blackbear ‘my ex’s best friend’

twenty one pilots ‘Level of Concern’

 

Top Latin Song

Bad Bunny ‘Yo Perreo Sola’

Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez ‘Dákiti’ — WINNER

Black Eyed Peas & J Balvin ‘RITMO (Bad Boys For Life)’

Maluma & The Weeknd ‘Hawái’

Ozuna x Karol G x Myke Towers ‘Caramelo’

 

Top Dance/Electronic Song

Lady Gaga ‘Stupid Love’

Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande ‘Rain on Me’

SAINt JHN ‘Roses (Imanbek Remix)’ — WINNER

Surf Mesa ft. Emilee ‘ily (i love you baby)’

Topic & A7S ‘Breaking Me’

 

Top Christian Song

Elevation Worship ft. Brandon Lake ‘Graves Into Gardens’ — WINNER

for KING & COUNTRY, Kirk Franklin & Tori Kelly ‘TOGETHER’

Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes, & Elevation Worship ‘The Blessing (Live)’

Tauren Wells ft. Jenn Johnson ‘Famous For (I Believe)’

Zach Williams & Dolly Parton ‘There Was Jesus’

 

Top Gospel Song

Koryn Hawthorne ‘Speak To Me’

Jonathan McReynolds & Mali Music ‘Movin’ On’

Marvin Sapp ‘Thank You For It All’

Tye Tribbett ‘We Gon’ Be Alright’

Kanye West ft. Travis Scott ‘Wash Us In The Blood’ — WINNER

 

Top Gospel Artist

Kirk Franklin

Koryn Hawthorne

Tasha Cobbs Leonard

Maverick City Music

Kanye West — WINNER

 

 

 Top Artist

 Drake

Juice WRLD

Pop Smoke

Taylor Swift

The Weeknd — WINNER

Top New Artist

Gabby Barrett

Doja Cat

Jack Harlow

Pop Smoke — WINNER

Rod Wave 

 

Top Male Artist

Drake

Juice WRLD

Lil Baby

Pop Smoke

The Weeknd — WINNER

 

Top Female Artist

Billie Eilish

Ariana Grande

Dua Lipa

Megan Thee Stallion

Taylor Swift — WINNER

 

Top Duo/Group

AC/DC

AJR

BTS — WINNER

Dan + Shay

Maroon 5

 

Top Billboard 200 Artist

Drake

Juice WRLD

Pop Smoke

Post Malone

Taylor Swift — WINNER

 

Top Hot 100 Artist

DaBaby

Drake

Dua Lipa

Pop Smoke

The Weeknd — WINNER

 

Top Streaming Songs Artist

DaBaby

Drake — WINNER

Lil Baby

Pop Smoke

The Weeknd

 

Top Song Sales Artist

Justin Bieber — WINNER

BTS

Megan Thee Stallion

Morgan Wallen

The Weeknd

 

Top Radio Songs Artist

Justin Bieber

Lewis Capaldi

Dua Lipa

Harry Styles

The Weeknd — WINNER

 

Top Social Artist (Fan Voted)

BLACKPINK

BTS — WINNER

Ariana Grande

SB19

Seventeen

 

Top Radio Songs Artist 

Jhené Aiko

Justin Bieber

Chris Brown

Doja Cat

The Weeknd — WINNER

 

 Top R&B Artist

Jhené Aiko

Justin Bieber

Chris Brown

Doja Cat

 The Weeknd — WINNER

 

Top R&B Male Artist

Justin Bieber

Chris Brown

The Weeknd — WINNER

 

Top R&B Female Artist

Jhené Aiko

Doja Cat — WINNER

SZA

 

Top Rap Artist

DaBaby

Drake

Juice WRLD

Lil Baby

Pop Smoke — WINNER

 

Top Rap Male Artist

Juice WRLD

Lil Baby

Pop Smoke — WINNER

 

Top Rap Female Artist

Cardi B

Megan Thee Stallion — WINNER

Saweetie

 

Top Country Artist

Gabby Barrett

Kane Brown

Luke Combs

Chris Stapleton

Morgan Wallen — WINNER

 

Top Country Male Artist

Luke Combs

Chris Stapleton

Morgan Wallen

 

Top Country Female Artist

Gabby Barrett — WINNER

Maren Morris

Carrie Underwood

 

Top Country Duo/Group

Dan + Shay

Florida Georgia Line — WINNER

Maddie & Tae

 

Top Rock Artist

AC/DC

AJR

Five Finger Death Punch

Machine Gun Kelly — WINNER

twenty one pilots

 

Top Latin Artist

Anuel AA

Bad Bunny — WINNER

J Balvin

Maluma

Ozuna

 

Top Latin Male Artist

Bad Bunny — WINNER

J Balvin

Ozuna

 

Top Latin Female Artist

Becky G

Karol G — WINNER

Rosalía

 

Top Latin Duo/Group

Banda MS de Sergio Lizárraga

Eslabón Armado — WINNER

Los Dos Carnales

 

Top Dance/Electronic Artist

The Chainsmokers

Kygo

Lady Gaga — WINNER

Marshmello

Surf Mesa

 

Top Christian Artist

Casting Crowns

Elevation Worship — WINNER

for KING & COUNTRY

Carrie Underwood

Zach Williams  

 

 

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