The star-studded iHeartRadio Music Awards are back! The annual awards show, now in its sixth year, will return in 2019 on March 14th, and will be broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on FOX at 8pm ET. The event will also be streamed live simultaneously on iHeartRadio radio stations across the country and on iHeartRadio.
The fan-driven iHeartRadio Music Awards will celebrate the most-played artists and songs on iHeartRadio stations and the iHeartRadio app throughout 2018, as well as preview upcoming 2019 hits. The show will also showcase incredible live performances from some of your favorite stars, including a few special surprise duets and collaborations. In previous years, artists like Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Madonna, Pharrell, and many others have all taken the iHeartRadio Music Awards stage.
As always, the iHeartRadio Music Awards will celebrate all of the fans, especially those who will be casting millions of votes for their favorite artists on social media. Which fan army will be the loudest this year? Find out on March 14th!
More information about the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards, including the award categories and ticket info, will be announced at a later date. So, stay tuned for those nominations and to find out who will be performing in 2019.
Ranking as one of the most talked-about television events in social media this past year, the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards garnered over 216 billion social media impressions in the U.S. alone. It also proved its strength on individual platforms, such as Twitter, where the official hashtag of the evening, #iHeartAwards2018, trended #1 on Twitter worldwide and in the U.S. in more than 30 cities.
Last year's big winners included Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" for Song of the Year, Taylor Swift for Female Artist of the Year, Cardi B for Best New Artist, and more. Additionally, 2018's iHeartRadio Innovator Award went to Chance the Rapper while the first-ever Fangirls Award recognized Camila Cabello, and the 2018 iHeartRadio Icon Award was presented to legendary rock band Bon Jovi.
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