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Billboard No. 1’s Party: Behind-the-Scenes Polaroids

Ahead of the 2023 Billboard Music Awards, some of today’s brightest stars came together in Los Angeles on Saturday night (Nov. 18) to celebrate a year of chart-toppers at Billboard No. 1s: The Official Party of the Billboard Music Awards.

Among the star-studded attendees at the bash were Jordin Sparks and Keena from the K-pop girl group FIFTY FIFTY, as well as Miguel, Coco Jones, Madison Beer, Jaden Smith, Normani, Landon Barker, Bella Poarch, Iann Dior, Diane Warren, Victoria Justice, Westside Gunn, The Rose’s Woosung and Jaehyung, Ross Lynch, Paul Russell, Bia, Baby Tate, The Veronicas, Yvng Lvcas, Queen Naija, Slayyyter, Lele Pons, Harry Jowsey, Skai Jackson, Laura Marano, McKenna Grace and many more.

Throughout the night, the stars stopped to pose for Polaroids throughout the Sheats-Goldstein Residence in the Beverly Crest neighborhood of LA, showcasing the fun throughout the evening.

Keena posed for a pic, and told Billboard on the red carpet that she was still processing FIFTY FIFTY being up for two prizes at tonight’s BBMAs: top duo/group and top global K-pop song for “Cupid.” “This is so surreal,” she said. “I can’t believe I’m here. I feel so honored and grateful to be nominated for this award.”

Coco Jones, whose breakthrough smash “ICU” spent four weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, also shared excitement for her song’s success. “Even seeing ‘ICU’ on the Billboard charts was such a huge goal of mine,” Jones told Billboard on the carpet. “It’s been on my vision board since I was literally 16 years old. So it’s so full-circle and I’m so honored to be here.”

See below for our full gallery of Polaroids from Billboard No. 1s: The Official Party of the Billboard Music Awards.

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