The 2017 Billboard Music Awards, the music chart's biggest event, honored today's top charting artists while giving memorable performances from rising stars and veterans. Popular artists from the United States, Canada, England and other countries delivered expressive performances of their songs that currently rule upon the charts.The award spectacle took place on May 21 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada co-hosted by rap veteran Ludacris and actress Vanessa Hudgens.

Drake, BTS and Twenty One Pilots make history

History was made Sunday night with the most notable being Drake who secured a whopping 13 Billboard Music Awards including Top Artist, Top Hot 100 and Billboard 200 Artist.

This milestone surpassed Adele's record as Drake is now the most awarded artist from one single night. His acceptance speeches drew up rapidly trending memes and the More Life artist performed "Gyalchester" in the Bellagio Fountains center platform. Looking at all his record breaking success, there re more projects to come in Billboard domination.

Newcomers to the Billboard charts, Korean pop boy band BTS (Bangtan Boys) made their presence felt in America by becoming the first K-pop act to win Top Social Artist award. The honor was rightfully awarded based on their social media presence as fans from all around the globe set Twitter ablaze with nonstop tweets about BTS. Rock duo Twenty One Pilots received this year's Chart Achievement Award for their single "Heathens" for spending a record 28 weeks at number one position on Billboard's Hot Rock Songs chart.

Biggest performances of the evening

The show opened with the Queen of Rap Nicki Minaj performing a nine-minute medley of her current and greatest hits. Former Fifth Harmony member Camilla Cabello gave her first solo treat to the fans with new singles "I Have Questions" and "Crying in the Club." The Chainsmokers played their track "Young" while Miley Cyrus displayed a resurging countryside of her artistry with the new song "Malibu."

The Canadian power ballad legend Celine Dion enacted a 20-year anniversary rendition of her classic "My Heart Will Go On." In 1997, the romantic song was chosen for the great film "Titanic" and 20 years later, the lyrics and emotions show why it's still Dion's biggest hit.

This year's Icon Award recipient Cher performed two of her most renowned songs "Believe" and "If I Could Turn Back Time." Cher has been one of the defining female voices for over five decades, and even in her seventies, she shows no sign of retirement.