Lenny Kravitz will host and perform at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards, following his appearance at the 2023 Oscars. On Monday, March 27, Fox will broadcast the event live from Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre, where the Oscars were also presented.
Kravitz performed “Calling All Angels,” a song from his 2004 album Baptism, during the In Memoriam segment at the Oscars on Sunday night. In a statement, Kravitz stated, “I’m pleased to host and perform at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards to celebrate the finest in music.
Music lovers around the nation won’t want to miss the program, which will as usual include some fantastic surprises and spectacular performances. Moreover, P! nk, Kelly Clarkson, Keith Urban, Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo, Muni Long, Cody Johnson, Coldplay, and the recipient of the 2023 Icon Award, Neil Giraldo, will all perform. Latto also joins the already-announced performance roster (via a live performance from Brazil).
Although she won’t sing, Taylor Swift will receive the 2023 iHeartRadio Innovator Award. Last year’s iHearts host, LL Cool J, will make a special appearance. iHeartMedia has announced its nominations for producer of the year and songwriter of the year in addition to the previously announced categories.
Here you may find the most recent information on the Oscars 2023:
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- Oscars 2023 Full Winners List: Everything Everywhere All at Once Sweeps RRR Song “Naatu Naatu”
- Pre Oscar Party 2023: Gigi Hadid and Leonardo DiCaprio Reunite for Pre-Oscars Party in 2023
The-Dream, Justin Tranter, Omer Fedi, Ashley Gorley, Amy Allen, and Justin Tranter are up for songwriter of the year. The-Dream and Allen were also contenders for the Grammys’ first-ever non-classical songwriter of the year award.
For the producer of the year, Tyler Johnson, Kid Harpoon, Louis Bell, Jack Antonoff, and Blake Slatkin are up for consideration. On February 5 at the Grammy Awards, Antonoff won producer of the year, non-classical for the second consecutive year.
The iHeartRadio Music Awards, now in their tenth year, will honor the performers and songs that received the most plays on iHeartRadio stations and the iHeartRadio app in 2022.
Best lyrics, best music video, best fan army, social star award, favorite tour photographer, TikTok bop of the year, favorite documentary, favorite tour style, favorite residency, and favorite use of a sample will all be determined by fan voting this year.
For all categories, social voting will end on March 20 at 11:59 p.m. PT. Fans can cast their votes by going to iHeartRadio.com/awards or by tweeting using the relevant category and nominee hashtags.
The iHeartRadio Music Awards are executive produced by Joel Gallen of Tenth Planet and John Sykes, Tom Poleman, and Bart Peters of iHeartMedia. Fans can watch the live red carpet pre-show before the event. Visit iHeartRadio.com/awards for breaking news and exclusive iHeartRadio Music Awards coverage.
On March 27 from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. ET, FOX will broadcast The iHearts live (tape-delayed on the West Coast). Moreover, iHeartMedia radio stations around the country and the iHeartRadio app will be airing the event.