2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards
The 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards were held on March 11, 2018 at The Forum in Inglewood, California. The list of nominations was announced on January 10, 2018. DJ Khaled and Hailey Baldwin hosted the ceremony. TBS, TNT, and truTV broadcast the ceremony in the United States, while the red carpet was broadcast live on the network's social media pages. The telecast aired following the 2018 NCAA Selection Show on TBS. Taylor Swift's music video for her single "Delicate" premiered at the show. This was also the last year that TBS, TNT, and truTV simulcast the show, as the show would move back to broadcast television the next year, as Fox would take over in 2019.
|2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards|
|Date||March 11, 2018|
|Location||The Forum, Inglewood|
|Hosted by||DJ Khaled and Hailey Baldwin|
|Most awards||Ed Sheeran (4)|
|Most nominations||Luis Fonsi |
Daddy Yankee (7)
|Network||TBS, TNT, and truTV|
The following performed at the show:
(live from Melbourne, Australia)
|Bon Jovi||"It's My Life"|
"You Give Love a Bad Name"
|Charlie Puth||"How Long"|
Winners and nomineesEdit
|Song of the Year
(presented by Jenna Dewan and Eve)
|Female Artist of the Year|
(presented by Dustin Lynch and Isla Fisher)
|Male Artist of the Year||Best New Artist|
(presented by The Chainsmokers)
|Best Duo/Group of the Year||Album of the Year (per genre)|
(presented by Rita Ora and Bebe Rexha)
|Best New Pop Artist|
|Alternative Rock Song of the Year||Alternative Rock Artist of the Year|
|Best New Rock/Alternative Rock Artist||Rock Song of the Year|
|Rock Artist of the Year||Country Song of the Year|
|Country Artist of the Year||Best New Country Artist|
|Dance Song of the Year||Dance Artist of the Year|
|Hip-Hop Song of the Year
(presented by Sean "Diddy" Combs and Christian Combs)
|Hip-Hop Artist of the Year|
|Best New Hip-Hop Artist||R&B Song of the Year|
|R&B Artist of the Year||Best New R&B Artist|
|Latin Song of the Year||Latin Artist of the Year|
|Best New Latin Artist||Regional Mexican Song of the Year|
|Regional Mexican Artist of the Year||Best New Regional Mexican Artist|
|Producer of the Year||Best Lyrics|
|Best Cover Song||Best Fan Army|
|Best Music Video||Social Star Award|
|Best Boy Band||Best Solo Breakout|
|Best Remix||Cutest Musician's Pet|
(presented by Paris Hilton)
|Most Thumbed-Up Song of the Year||Most Thumbed-Up Artist of the Year|
|Best Tour||Label of the Year|
(presented by Laverne Cox)
|iHeartRadio Innovator Award|
(presented by Pharrell Williams)
|Camila Cabello||Chance the Rapper|
|iHeartRadio Icon Award|
(presented by Shaun White)
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