BTS, Demi Lovato, Doja Cat And More To Perform At The 2020 Billboard Music Awards

K-pop boy band BTS visit the SiriusXM Studio
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The list of musical performers who will hit the stage during the 2020 Billboard Music Awards has just been released. Among the artists set to take the stage are K-pop group BTS, Demi Lovato and ICON Award recipient Garth Brooks, according to the magazine.

Saint Jhn performs during night one at Palms Casino Resort's KAOS Dayclub & Nightclub
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Saint Jhn, whose remix of “Roses” hit the Top 100, will perform his new song “Sucks To Be You” for the night.

Demi Lovato performs onstage during the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on January 26, 2020
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Lovato will premiere a new single during the event. There’s still no word on whether it will mark the official release of “Still Have Me,” which she leaked ahead of the release date, following her recent breakup with actor Max Ehrich, as reported by The Inquisitr.

Doja Cat performs during the TIDAL's 5th Annual TIDAL X Benefit Concert TIDAL X Rock The Vote At Barclays Center
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Doja Cat will be attending her first Billboard Awards show as a nominee. She was nominated for “Juicy” — her collaboration with rapper Tyga. According to Billboard, Doja Cat will perform a medley of her hits, including “Say So” and the aforementioned song.

(Top) Lil Nas X (C) performs with Jin, V, (Bottom) SUGA, Jimin, RM, J-Hope and Jungkook of BTS onstage
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K-pop sensation BTS will perform their single “Dynamite.” They were also nominated for Top Group and Top Social Artist. Fans vote for the winner of Top Social Artist, and with the K-pop army behind them, it is speculated BTS will take home at least one Billboard award this year.

Bad Bunny performs onstage during the 2020 Spotify Awards at the Auditorio Nacional on March 05, 2020
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Bad Bunny, who was nominated for Top Latin Artist, will also perform at the awards ceremony.

Garth Brooks performs onstage at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards
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Country artists Luke Combs and Brooks are also set to perform. Brooks will be receiving the Billboard ICON Award to recognize his contributions to the music industry. Past recipients include Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson and Stevie Wonder.

Brandy performs during the LA Pride Music Festival and Parade 2017 on June 11, 2017
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R&B artist and actress Brandy will also take the stage, performing a sampling of songs from her new album, B7. The songs include “Borderline,” “Almost Doesn’t Count,” and “No Tomorrow,” which features rapper Ty Dolla $ign on the album track.

Alicia Keys performs onstage during the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on January 26, 2020
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Fellow R&B singers Alicia Keys and Khalid will also be in attendance. While there is no plan for them to perform their duet, “So Done,” Khalid is set to appear with Kane Brown and Swae Lee to perform their single “Be Like That.”

Singer Sia performs onstage at the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena on September 23, 2016
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Australian pop artist Sia has also been announced to put on a performance. Her latest single, “Courage To Change” was released in September as part of the soundtrack for her upcoming musical, Music.

Dawn Robinson, Terry Ellis, Maxine Jones, Rhona Bennett, and Cindy Herron of En Vogue perform onstage during City Of Hope Spirit Of Life Gala 2019
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Rounding out the night is a reunion performance from ’90s R&B act En Vogue. The group hit No. 2 on the U.S. Hot 100 in 1990 with their single “Hold On.”

Post Malone — who received 16 nominations in 15 categories, including Top Artist and Top Hot 100 Artist — is also scheduled to perform. He has the most nominations this year, followed by Billie Eilish’s 12 nominations. Kelly Clarkson will host for her third year in a row.

The Billboard Music Awards will air on NBC on October 14 at 8 p.m. EDT.