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2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards

The 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards were held on March 5, 2017 at The Forum in Inglewood, California,[2] and hosted by Ryan Seacrest.[3] The list of nominations was announced on January 3, 2017.[4] Drake received the most nominations with fifteen categories, followed by The Chainsmokers with twelve.[1]

2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards
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Date March 5, 2017 (2017-03-05)
Location The Forum, Inglewood
Country United States
Hosted by Ryan Seacrest
Most awards Drake (7)
Most nominations Drake (15)[1]
Television/radio coverage
Network TBS, TNT, truTV and CTV (Canada)

Contents

PerformancesEdit

Winners & nomineesEdit

The nominees were announced on January 3, 2017.[4] Winners are highlighted in boldface.[6]

Song of the Year
(presented by Jeremy Renner)
Female Artist of the Year
Male Artist of the Year Best New Artist
Best Duo/Group of the Year Album of the Year (per genre)
Alternative Rock Song of the Year Alternative Rock Artist of the Year
Rock Song of the Year Rock Artist of the Year
Country Song of the Year Country Artist of the Year
(presented by Kelsea Ballerini)
Dance Song of the Year
(presented by Ansel Elgort and Karrueche Tran)
Dance Artist of the Year
Hip-Hop Song of the Year Hip-Hop Artist of the Year
R&B Song of the Year R&B Artist of the Year
Latin Song of the Year Latin Artist of the Year
Regional Mexican Song of the Year Regional Mexican Artist of the Year
  • "Solo Con Verte" - Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga
Best New Rock/Alternative Rock Artist Best New Country Artist
Best New Hip-Hop Artist Best New Latin Artist
Best New R&B Artist Best New Regional Mexican Artist
  • Joss Favela
    • Cheyo Carrillo
    • Adriel Favela
    • Banda Los Sebastianes
    • La Séptima Banda
Best New Pop Artist Producer of the Year
Best Lyrics
(presented by Macklemore)
Best Collaboration
Best Song from a Movie Best Cover Song
Best Music Video Best Underground Alternative Band
Social Star Award Best Fan Army
(presented by Ryan Seacrest)
Best Tour
(presented by John Legend)
Best Solo Breakout
Most Thumbed Up Artist of the Year Most Thumbed Up Song of the Year
Label of the Year Innovator Award
(presented by Big Sean)

Category mistakeEdit

The day of the ceremony, Zayn was incorrectly announced as the winner for the Best Music Video category, and he accepted the award. The error was not caught until the next day, when the actual winner, Fifth Harmony, was announced on the iHeartRadio's official Twitter account.[7][8] Zayn was then announced as the winner of the category "Best Solo Breakout".[7]

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