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iHeartRadio Awards 2019: Red Carpet Looks & Winner list

iHeartRadio Awards started in 2014, awarded for best performance in music platforms and radio airplay. Through public voting, the winner gets selected. iHeartRadio Awards 2019 was sixth annual awards held on Friday, March 15, 2019, at 5:30 am IST, at Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles, California, United States. It was hosted by T-Pain. iHeartRadio Awards broadcasted by NBC, TBS, TNT, TruTV and Fox.

All Looks from iHeartRadio Awards 2019 Red Carpet:-

Taylor Swift



Katy Perry





Lele Pons



Billie Eilish




Alicia Keys



5 Seconds of Summer



Kacey Musgraves



Agnez Mo


Elle Fanning



Madison Beer


Winner List of iHeartRadio Awards 2019:-

Awards Winners
Best Fan Army BTS, BTS Army
Best Lyrics ‘Consequences’ by Camila Cabello
Best Dance Song ‘The Middle’  by Zedd, Maren Morris, Grey
Best Music Video ‘Delicate’ by Taylor Swift
Best Alternative Rock Song ‘High Hopes’ for Panic! at the Disco
Best Cover Song ‘You’re Still The One’ by Harry Styles, Kacey Musgraves
Best New Country Artist Jordan Davis
Best Cutest Musicians Pet Gracie, Lauren Jauregui
Best New Hip-Hop Artist BlocBoy JB
Best New Rock/ Alt. Rock Artist lovely the band
Best New Latin Artist Manuel Turizo
Best Female Artist Ariana Grande
Best Social Star Agnes Monica
Best Song That Left Us Shook ‘I’ll Never Love Again Extended version’ by Lady Gaga
Best R&B Song ‘Boo’d Up’ by Ella Mai
Best Country Artist Luke Combs
Best New R&B Artist Ella Mai
Best Rock Song ‘Safari Song’ by Greta Van Fleet
Best Alternative Rock Album ‘Pray for the Wicked’ for Panic! at the Disco
Best Collaboration ‘Finesse’ by Cardi B, Bruno Mars
Best Country Song ‘Meant to Be’ by Bebe Rexha, Florida George Line
Best Regional Mexican Song ‘Mitady Mital’ by Calibre 50
Best Alternative Rock Artist Imagine Dragons
Best Duo/Group 5 Seconds of Summer
Best Song ‘The Middle’ by Zedd, Maren Morris, Grey
Best Hip-Hop Song ‘God’s Plan’ by Drake
Best Male Artist Drake
Best New Pop Artist Marshmello
Best Regional Mexican Artist Calibre 50
Best R&B  Artist Ella Mai
Best Rock Artist Three Days Grace
Best Innovator Alicia Keys
Best Latin Song ‘X’ by Nicky Jam, J Balvin
Best Dance Artist Marshmello
Best Pop Album ‘Sweetener’ by Ariana Grande
Best Fangirls Halsey
Best Rock Album Trench for Twenty One Pilots
Best Dance Album ‘Sick Boy’ by The Chainsmokers
Best Producer Louis Bell
Best Tour Photographer Helene Pambrun
Best Solo Breakout Tiffany
Best Latin Artist Bad Bunny
Best Country Album ‘Rearview Town’ by Jason Aldean
Best Hip-Hop Artist Cardi B
Best Latin Album ‘Vibras’ by J Balvin
Best Tour ‘Taylor’ Swift for Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour
Best Artist of the Decade Garth Brooks
Best Most Thumped Up Artist Imagine Dragons


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