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Start your engines! It's all systems go for the 2017 Billboard Music Awards.

We know the nominees (Drakeand The Chainsmokers are in the lead), we've jotted down our must-see performances (Hellooo Céline Dion and Cher!) and now it's finally time to check out the BBMA's jam-packed red carpet.

Music's brightest stars across all genres have gathered tonight in Las Vegas, and we can expect celebs like Miley Cyrusand Nicki Minaj to really get the party started inside T-Mobile Arena. Co-hosted by Ludacrisand Vanessa Hudgens, the live awards show honors recording artists who dominated the chart across the past year. 

Scroll down to see all the red carpet arrivals at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards: 

 

Ludacris, Eudoxie Mbouguiengue, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The co-host of the 2017 Billboard Music Awards and his wife kept in hot in all-black ensembles on the red carpet.

Hailee Steinfeld, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The "Starving" singer turned up the heat with her glittering red carpet ensemble by David Koma.

Josh Duhamel, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The actor was sleek and sexy on the 2017 Billboard Music Awards pink carpet.

Nicole Scherzinger, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The musical personality selected a plunging frock.

Diplo, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The EDM superstar was all about pairing white with his grey suit.

Vanessa Hudgens, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The co-host of the 2017 Billboard Music Awards donned a blush design on the pink red carpet.

Lindsey Stirling, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The violinist went for a light and flowy look at the Billboard Music Awards.

Jason Derulo, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The singer showed off her long locks and a funky velvet ensemble.

Ty Dolla Sign, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The rapper looked dapper in a white tuxedo jacket.

Lea Michele, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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Going with the night's see-through trend, the former Glee star rocked a black David Koma gown.

Rita Ora, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The British singer went for a futuristic looked that showed off her best a$$ets. 

Olivia Munn, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The former Attack of the Show host went for a see-through number.

G-Eazy, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The rapper arrived in a black suit to the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Mark Cuban, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The Shark Tank star played it cool with his suit-without-a-tie look.

Rachel Lindsay, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The Bachelorette star was all smiles on the pink carpet.

Ansel Elgort, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The Fault in Our Stars actor opted for a casual bomber jacket for the BBMAs.

Kate Beckinsale, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The Brit opted for a colorful Zuhair Murad gown for the 2017 Billboard Music Awards.

DJ Khaled, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The music man was major key at Billboard's big night.

Jussie Smollett, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The Empire actor went for a layered look for his appearance at the BBMAs.

Halsey, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The singer opted for an avant-garde look for the 2017 Billboard Music Awards.

John Legend, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The crooner opted for a navy blue, double breasted suit for the fun-filled awards show.

Rachel Platten, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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Before serving as one of the night's presenters, the "Fight Song" singer shows off her red carpet look featuring a Tyler Ellis clutch.

Alexandra Daddario, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The Baywatch star opted for a Vivienne Westwood frock for the Las Vegas awards ceremony.

Sam Hunt, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The country star suited up at the awards show.

Camila Cabello, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The former Fifth Harmony singer was a lady in red thanks to her Jonathan Simkhai gown and robe. 

Brian Kelley, Tyler Hubbard, Florida Georgia Line, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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Florida Georgia Line kept it cool despite the heat.

Tish Cyrus, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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Mama knows best on and off the red carpet. 

Ashley Tisdale, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The actress was out in full force to support her High School Musical pal, Vanessa Hudgens, who is hosting the 2017 Billboard Music Awards with Ludacris. She wore Tadashi Shoji.

Jessie James Decker, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The country star arrived in black at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.

Lindsey Stirling, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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Between the Elie Youssef dress and Tyler Ellis clutch, the violinist makes a red carpet statement. 

Chris Daughtry, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The rocker suited up for the 2017 Billboard Music Awards.

Prince Michael Jackson, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The King of Pop's son stood tall in a black bomber jacket, white pants and combat boots.

Noah Cyrus, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The songstress opted for a bralette and pants for the 2017 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.

Kristin Maldonado, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The "Break a Little" singer and Pentatonix member heats up the red carpet. 

Machine Gun Kelly, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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MGK turned up the cool in his blue suit at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards.

Billy Ray Cyrus, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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It's a family affair for the Cyrus crew with Miley performing and Noah presenting. 

Julia Michaels, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The "Issues" singer showed off her sultry style at the hot awards show.

Rebecca Black, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The Internet sensation is showing she's all grown up at the BBMAs on Sunday.

Bebe Rexha, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The platinum singer opted for black at the BBMAs.

Brandi Cyrus, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The celeb was a babe in blue at the music award show.

Sway Calloway, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The TV personality suited up for the 2017 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas

Jason Kennedy, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The E! News co-host arrived in style at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.

Sibley Scoles, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The E! News correspondent was winning in silver when she arrived at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.

Erin Lim, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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Opting for white pants and bustier top, the E! News star was all smiles at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards. 

Laura Marano, 2017 Billboard Music Awards, Arrivals

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The Disney star opted for sequins for the 2017 Billboard Awards. 

Who's your pick for best dressed? Sound off in the comments!

Watch E!'s Live From The Red Carpet at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards starting at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT on Sunday, May 21 and tune into ABC at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT for the Billboard Music Awards. Then, watch Fashion Police: The 2017 Billboard Music Awards Monday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT only on E!