When Cher got up to accept her Icon Award, she wasn't afraid to do a little bragging.
She also said that some of her career wasn't down to her talent, adding: "I think luck has so much to do with with my success". The 71-year-old singer started nearly every trend that stars are still wearing today.
And Celine Dion delighted fans by dancing along to Cher's performance of Believe at the Billboard Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday night.
The first name that springs to mind when you think of the "Billboard Music Awards" might not be actress Kate Beckinsale, but based on the outfit she wore to the 2017 celebration, you won't soon forget her.
She certainly showed off that athletic bod in a revealing outfit with pasties and a blonde wig as she performed her '90s dance hit "Believe", then changed into a teased up curly black mane and leather jacket for her performance of "If I Could Turn Back Time". The Canadian singer returned to celebrate the Oscar-winning song 20 years after it topped the charts as the theme to the blockbuster "Titanic".
Another one of the night's highlights came from Dion, who performed one of the biggest hits of all time, "My Heart Will Go On".
Dressed in a dramatic white gown featuring sculptural shoulders, the My Heart Will Go On hitmaker was seen swaying her hips from side to side as she sang along to the chorus.
Ahead of a moment's silence, Imagine Dragons singer Dan Reynolds paid tribute to Cornell as a "prolific songwriter, a legendary performer, a singer who had a voice for the ages and a philanthropist". While presenting the award to Cher, Stefani said the 70-year-old legendary singer "proved there's nothing she can not do" (except maybe keeping her promises on leaving the planet under Trump presidency), and called Cher "a woman who is truly the definition of the word Icon".