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Nick then responded with a simple "thank you" to show his appreciation for coming out to see them.Let's just hope watching other artists rock the stage will inspire Niall to get back out there (hopefully with the rest of the boys).
Khalid lit up the stage with a smile and a tight band as the young audience sang every word of his set, including the show closer “Young, Dumb and Broke.” Bleachers also worked the crowd into a sweaty frenzy as singer Jack Antonoff demanded fans get on their friends shoulders so it would, “Feel more like a festival.” The band amped things up with the Springsteen-esque “Rollercoaster” and anthemic “I Want to Get Better.” Little Mix caused a commotion with an a capella rendition of their song “Wings.” Unfortunately, member Perrie Edwards —or “our little Periwinkle,” as Jade Thrilwall billed her — was “under the weather” and unable to group her groupmates.
Highlights included red-hot sets by Halsey, Bleachers, Kelsea Ballerini, Migos, Khalid, Bebe Rexha (with a surprise appearance by Louis Tomlinson for their hit, “Back to You”), French Montana (with surprise guest Juicy J), Noah Cyrus, Little Mix, All Time Low, Hey Violet, and Cheat Codes.
Other standout moments included a hot set by Halsey, who kicked off her performance with “Strangers,” her collaboration with Fifth Harmony’s Lauren Jaregui, and continued with her hit, “Now or Never” and her Chainsmokers’ collaboration, “Closer,” with “my part, because it’s better,” she cracked.
"Amárrame," her duet with Juanes, earned best alternative song at the Latin Grammys.
The 39-year-old British host of The Late Late Show decided to lend his skills to help out Nick Spampanato, the General Manager of The Forum concert venue in Los Angeles.
Rocking a snake crop top and a mesh shirt underneath, Corden fearlessly flaunted his curves and he danced to the pop tune. Swift ended up slaying the Jingle Ball (without Corden).