The 2020 Billboard Music Awards Gets New Date With Kelly Clarkson to Host

Courtesy of the Billboard Music Awards


Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 Billboard Music Awards was postponed, and it has finally received a new date. Originally set to occur on April 29, the show will now take place on October 14 live on NBC, as reported by Entertainment Weekly. Kelly Clarkson, the singer, and talk show host is set to host the show. This will mark the third year in a row Clarkson has hosted the ceremony.

There are currently no details on the production of the show, so it’s still uncertain whether the ceremony will be virtual or an in-person and socially distanced event. The nominees will also be announced at a later date. For more information on past and upcoming nominees, performers, and more, visit the Billboard Music Awards website.

Make sure to catch the ceremony Wednesday, October 14 on NBC.


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