The 2014 Billboard Music Awards (BBMAs) spark major sales action, as the May 18 ABC broadcast's performances spurred 1.58 million song downloads in the week ending May 25. The 20 songs performed during the show that were also available for purchase combined to sell 1.58 million.
The stars of ABC's "Rising Star" were on hand to discuss the upcoming TV sing-off on the red carpet of the Billboard Music Awards. Billboard's Keith Caulfield caught up with the unlikely, genre-hopping cast of Brad Paisley, Josh Groban, Kesha and Ludacris.
From Lorde winning back to back awards, to the animated revival of Michael Jackson, to Jennifer Lopez’s big moment, the 2014 Billboard Music Awards had its fair share of big moments. Which were the biggest drivers of online conversation?
At the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, the stars were out in full force both on the red carpet and backstage and Billboard's cameras caught up with dozens of hitmakers including Nicki Minaj, Imagine Dragons, Carrie Underwood, OneRepublic, Florida Georgia Line, Phillip Phillips, Charli XCX.
Last year, former 'N Sync member Lance Bass got back into a recording studio for the first time in over a decade. On the red carpet at the Billboard Music Awards, he spoke to Keith Caulfield about what he has in the works.
Jason and Keith reconvene for a special Monday podcast to discuss Sunday's 2014 Billboard Music Awards, including the best performances, most memorable moments, coolest red-carpet chatter and a certain hologram that was the talk of the evening.
OneRepublic rocked the 2014 Billboard Music Awards with a performance of their Top 5 hit "Counting Stars" on Sunday night (May 18), and before taking the stage, the group talked to Billboard's Keith Caulfield about their show-building hit and the new edition of their 2013 album "Native." Frontman Ryan Tedder also let it slip that he'll be rejoining Adele in the studio soon, to work on her long-awaited follow-up to "21."
Phillip Phillips' sophomore album "Behind the Light" just dropped today. To mark the occasion, the singer-songwriter caught up with Billboard's Keith Caulfield yesterday on the Billboard Music Awards' red carpet to chat about his latest release.