The 2016 Billboard Music Awards aired live from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on ABC Sunday night. The event brought together some of the top artists in the industry for a night of powerful performances and well deserved awards. Check out some of the top moments from the show below:

The Weeknd Dedicates His Top 100 Artist Win To Prince

The Weeknd won the first award of the evening, and chose to dedicate it to Prince with a touching speech.

“I want to dedicate this award to the late, great Prince. Rest in peace. I was told not long ago that his last TV appearance he had given me an award and that was like, the greatest experience of my entire life and I love him so much. And, I didn’t know him, but he was very close to me and he will always be an inspiration, and of course, help me push the envelope forever and for every artist I hope. Rest in peace prince, I love you.”

Celine Dion’s Emotional Acceptance Speech

Celine Dion was overwhelmed with emotion when Seal revealed that her eldest son, René-Charles, was presenting her with the Icon Award. Tear-eyed she thanked all her family and friends for their support through the years, specifically during her recent hard times. She added that she knows her late husband will continue watching over her and cheering her on from above.

Gwen Stefani And Blake Shelton’s Duet

Did everyone just fall in love with Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani tonight? The real-life couple took the stage to perform their duet “Go Ahead and Break My Heart.” The chemistry between them was undeniable.

Adele’s New Music Video

Adele’s tour kept her from coming to Las Vegas for the Billboard Music Awards, but she still delivered something for fans — a new music video! The songstress released the video for her single “Send My Love (To Your New Lover).”

Madonna And Stevie Wonder’s Prince Tribute

Stevie Wonder joined Madonna on stage for her Prince tribute. The duo sang the song “Purple Rain,” and the crowd joined in.

Kesha’s Standing Ovation

After much back and forth due to producer Dr. Luke initially canceling Kesha’s performance, the singer took the stage to sing Bob Dylan’s 1964 song “It Ain’t Me Babe” at the Billboard Music Awards. Her powerful set earned her a standing ovation.