8 Buzziest iHeartRadio Music Award Moments -- And Complete Winners List
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2017: Red Carpet Fashion

If you missed the 2017 iHeartRadioAwards on Sunday night, TooFab has all the buzziest moments you need to catch up on - plus the complete winner's list.

With iHeartRadio DJ Ryan Seacrest hosting, the show celebrated the year’s biggest names in music. Unsurprisingly, Drake, The Chainsmokers and Twenty One Pilots were among the nominees who dominated the awards. Meanwhile, Justin Timberlake, Miley Cyrus, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay and Bruno Mars provided the highlights.

Here are the eight buzziest moments of the night.

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Justin Timberlake’s heartfelt speech to the LGBTQ youth

The singer won iHeartRadio’s Song of The Year award and used his acceptance speech (above) as an opportunity to share the true meaning behind the hit song "Cant Stop The Feeling."

“If you are black or you are brown or you are gay or you are lesbian or you are trans or maybe you’re just a sissy singing boy from Tennessee. Anyone that is treating you unkindly it’s only because they are afraid or they have been taught to be afraid of how important you are.”

Miley and Noah Cyrus were giving us #SisterGoals

The pop star dressed up in full Noah Cyrus cheerleader gear to introduce her younger sister and best friend.

“She knows who she is as an artist and I can’t wait for the whole world to get a load of her vision,” Miley said holding an “I Love Noah Cyrus” sign. “She’s who I want to be when I grow up, and that’s saying a lot, ‘cause she’s younger than me. Get ready, because 2017 is about to be Noah’s year.”

Noah later told Seacrest that Miley’s sweet intro made her tear up right before she was about to sing.

DJ Khaled is the world’s greatest hype man

The major key producer brought his four-month-old son to help him introduce the wildest partier he has ever gone out with, who also just so happens to make chart-topping singles.

“Nobody, and I mean nobody, parties harder than this next performer. We went to Miami and we went from club to another club to another one, and another club, and another club,” Khaled said. “Then, after the club, we go to the studio. This man goes hard.”

Ed Sheeran was giving us all the feels as a one-man band

Ed Sheeran hit the stage with a very sweet and simple performance. The “Shape of You” singer didn’t need to be theatrical since his raw voice and crazy instrumental skills brought the majority of the audience to their feet.

Sheeran also told E! on the iHeart red carpet that a duet with his BFF Taylor Swift is in the works.

Chris Martin moshed with fans

The Coldplay front man hit the stage with The Chainsmokers for an extremely energetic performance of their new single “Something Just Like This."

Martin turned his cameo into a rave as he jumped up and down with his fans in the mosh pit. It looked like the singer may have even had a little too much fun since it sounded like he ran out of breath a few times during the performance.

Coldplay’s Adorable Acceptance Speech

Coldplay accepted the award for Best Tour by recruiting three of Katy Perry’s young dancers to read their hilarious speech that poked fun at the band's age and their adorableness in comparison to One Direction.

Big Sean photo bombed Ryan Seacrest

The “Bounce Back” singer took a page out of Timberlake’s Oscars playbook when he decided to repeatedly photo bomb Seacrest as he was hosting the awards.

Bruno Mars Knows How To Close Out A Show

Mars spread some “24K Magic” in the iHeart air to wrap up the show with his entertaining performance and acceptance of the 2017 Innovator Award.

“Innovator is a very heavy word,” Mars said after performing. “This award, I’m so honored. It’s a little ironic for me because I genuinely feel like I’m just getting started. I don’t know where we’re going yet, but we are going.”

Here's the complete winner’s list.

Song of the Year: “Can’t Stop the Feeling” – Justin Timberlake

Female Artist of the Year: Adele

Male Artist of the Year: Justin Bieber

Best Duo/Group of the Year: twenty one pilots

Alternative Rock Song of the Year: “Heathens” – twenty one pilots

Alternative Rock Artist of the Year: twenty one pilots

Rock Song of the Year: “Bang Bang” – Green Day

Rock Artist of the Year: Disturbed

Country Song of the Year: “Somewhere On a Beach” – Dierks Bentley

Country Artist of the Year: Thomas Rhett

Dance Song of the Year: “Closer” – The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey

Dance Artist of the Year: The Chainsmokers

Hip-Hop Song of the Year: “One Dance” – Drake featuring Wizkid and Kyla

Hip-Hop Artist of the Year: Drake

R&B Song of the Year: “Work” – Rihanna featuring Drake

R&B Artist of the Year: The Weeknd

Latin Song of the Year: “Duele El Corazon” – Enrique Iglesias featuring Wisin

Latin Artist of the Year: Nicky Jam

Regional Mexican Song of the Year: “Solo Con Verte” – Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga

Regional Mexican Artist of the Year: Calibre 50

Best New Rock/Alternative Rock Artist: The Strumbellas

Best New Country Artist: Kelsea Ballerini

Best New Hip-Hop Artist: Chance The Rapper

Best New Latin Artist: CNCO

Best New R&B Artist: Bryson Tiller

Best New Regional Mexican Artist: Joss Favela

Best New Pop Artist: The Chainsmokers

Producer of the Year: Benny Blanco

Best Lyrics: “Love Yourself” – Justin Bieber

Best Collaboration: “Work” – Rihanna featuring Drake

Best Cover Song: “Ex’s and Oh’s” – Fifth Harmony

Best Song from a Movie: “Girls Talk Boys” – 5 Seconds of Summer (Ghostbusters)

Best Music Video: “Pillowtalk” – ZAYN

Best Underground Alternative Band: Pierce the Veil

Social Star Award: Jack and Jack from Snapchat

Best Fan Army presented by Taco Bell: Fifth Harmony – Harmonizers