The 2023 Billboard Music Awards are currently scheduled to commence on Sunday evening, although this year’s ceremony will not be televised.
Instead, the annual event’s performances and award presentations will be scattered across several locations around the world, including various venues and tour stops.
Behind-the-scenes content will be broadcast from 8 a.m. PT, and certain winners will be revealed from 2-5 p.m. PT.
Numerous artists are scheduled to perform as part of the ceremony, including David Guetta, Morgan Wallen and Bebe Rexha.
Mariah Carey is set to play her hit 1994 track All I Want For Christmas Is You for the first time at an awards show, and the performance will be both ‘Aspen-inspired’ and ‘surprise-filled,’ according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The singer will also be honored with the Billboard Chart Achievement Award for her work on the holiday standard.
Wallen, who is currently nominated for 16 awards, will perform his track 98 Braves to an audience of select members of the 1998 Atlanta Braves team at Truist Park in Atlanta.
Rexha and Guetta, who are also in the running for Billboard Music Awards for their collaborative work, are set to play their songs I’m Good (Blue) and One In A Million.
Peso Pluma is scheduled to perform his track Rubicon in what has been described as a boxing-inspired show that will feature an appearance from Mike Tyson.
Tate McRae will play her song Greedy, while Stray Kids are set to perform their tracks S-Class and LALALALA.
NewJeans are scheduled to make their United States awards show debut during the Billboard Music Awards, and they will play both Super Shy and OMG.
Hip-hop industry legends Ludacris, T.I. and Jermaine Dupri will all make appearances at the show.
Taylor Swift is the most-nominated artist of the evening, as she has been put up in a total of 20 categories.
The Karma singer will also compete with Wallen, Drake, SZA and Luke Combs for the top artist award.
First-time finalists include Grupo Frontera, Jelly Roll and Metro Boomin, among numerous others.
Nine new awards were added to the show this year, including top Afrobeats artist, top Hot 100 songwriter and top global K-pop artist.