Jennifer Lopez performed a medley of her hit songs before accepting the Video Vanguard award at the 2018 MTV VMAs in New York City on Aug. 20, 2018.  Theo Wargo/Getty Images

The 2018 MTV Video Music Awards were full of plenty of moments worth talking about, and the performances that took the stage were definitely some of the biggest.

In case you missed the award show on Monday night, check out all of the VMA performances below.

Backstreet Boys, “Don’t Go Breaking (My Heart)”

20 years after their very first VMA’s performance, the Backstreet Boys were back to share their vocals with the world. From the top of Radio City Music Hall, they wowed the crowd ahead of the official start to the awards.

Bryce Vine, “Drew Barrymore”

Vine also entertained the crowd from the top of Radio City Music Hall ahead of the show with his track.

Bazzi, “Mine”

Bazzi also warmed up the crowds outside Radio City with his own performance.

Shawn Mendes “In My Blood”

Channeling his best Bruce Springsteen with his look, Shawn Mendes opened the show (following an intro by Cardi B). After performing “In My Blood” on electric guitar, Mendes asked the audience to join in before unleashing a downpour of rain onto the stage.

Logic feat. Ryan Tedder, “One Day”

Once again, Logic made a statement with his performance at the VMA’s. While he made sure to clearly speak up while performing “1-800-273-8255" during the 2017 show to get his message across, this time around, he let the music, the shirts he and a group of kids, and the signage in the back of the stage get the point across this time around.

Panic! At the Disco, “High Hopes”

The band brought the energy with this performance, which featured a dazzling number of strings and horns to go alongside Brendon Urie’s voice—and very energetic floral suit ensemble.

Jessie Reyez, “Apple Juice”

The Push Artist nominee wowed during her short performance with no bells and whistles, letting her powerful vocals make the performance memorable.

Nicki Minaj, “Majesty”/ “Barbie Dreams”/ “Ganja Burn”/ “Fefe”

Taking the action outside of Radio City and bringing it downtown to World Trade Center terminal station, Minaj brought her A-game with a medley of songs from her newest album, “Queen.”

Jennifer Lopez, “Waiting for Tonight”/ “On the Floor”/ “Ain’t Your Mama”/ “Love Don’t Cost a Thing”/”Get Right”/ “All I Have”/ “Jenny From the Block”/ “I’m Real”/ “Ain’t It Funny/ “Dinero”

There was a reason JLo received the Video Vanguard award, but in case anyone needed a reminder, her 10-minute medley performance of just a few of her mega-smash hits over the years served it up. With her expert dance moves, elaborate costume changes and never-ending energy, she proved that no one can quite match her triple-threat status.

Ariana Grande “God Is a Woman”

The pop star brought an unexpected element to her performance by closing things with her aunt, grandmother and mother all appearing next to her.

Travis Scott feat. James Blake, “Stargazing/ “Stop Trying to Be God”/”Sicko Mode”

With an elaborate stage setup, Scott brought some of his hits to the VMAs crowd the best way he could, letting the energy level increase as the performance went on.

Maluma “Felices los 4”

Maluma’s debut performance at the VMAs brought his cultural flair to the stage. He managed to not only showcase his rich vocals but also performed a short dance at the end with Camila Cabello.

Post Malone, 21 Savage and Aerosmith, “Rockstar”/ “Dream On”/ “Toys in the Attic”

To close out the show, Post Malone started things off with his hit performed t=from the rafters, before being lowered down to the stage where Aerosmith waited—and brought the real Rockstar fantasy to life. Post allowed the classic band to shine as they belted out their hits, but it was clear throughout the performance that he was living his best life as he joined them.