If you're jonesin' because it's been at least a week since an awards show, take a chill pill because the Billboard Music Awards are coming to your rescue Sunday night at 8 on ABC.
It's an eclectic mix of performers who will try to not screw up some of your favorite songs.
Of course we gotta have a little Bruno Mars love! Hope he nails it like he did at the Super Bowl and Grammys. Bruno is pretty dependable.
Ed Sheeran rarely makes a mistake with his guitar. Doubt he will screw it up Sunday.
Hopefully the dude from up the QEW in Toronto Drake will break out a smile while he's on stage. He looks a bit sad above.
Here's a wild card: Cher. The last time I saw her live back in the '90s in Rochester, the thing I remember the most about her show was her male impersonator who opened Cher's show. That's probably not a good sign, is it?
Lorde shares a few things with Cher: they both sing, have one name, and will perform Sunday night. One thing not in common: age. Lorde is 20, born five decades after 70-year-old Cher.
Wanna bet that Celine Dion breaks out the song that was burned into your skull, thanks to the movie "Titanic"? It is the 20th anniversary of her hit "My Heart Will Go On" after all, and she lost her husband to cancer last year. The odds are pretty good she may tear up IF she breaks that baby out!
See all the drama, like when Lorde was crowned Top New Artist in 2014, when the Billboard Music Awards are unveiled Sunday beginning at 8 p.m. on ABC.