Here's How You Can Watch The 2021 Billboard Music Awards

The 2021 Billboard Music Awards are right around the corner. On May 23 (from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Eastern Standard Time), fans can watch the highly anticipated red-carpet event and award show live and in action. From the dazzling outfits to one-of-a-kind performances, to especially the announcements of this year's top winners in the music industry, the night is always filled with headline-making moments.

According to People, the award show is taking place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Calif. this year and will be hosted by none other than the Jonas Brother pop sensation, Nick Jonas. He will be taking over Kelly Clarkson's spot, who has hosted the show for the past three years. It's also not his first time presenting at a celeb-filled event. Per People, Jonas "took part in announcing the 2021 Oscar nominees alongside his wife, Priyanka Chopra Jonas." So, it's safe to say that the 2021 Billboard Awards are in good hands with this Jonas Brother.

But, how do viewers get to see the show? If you're wondering how to tune in and watch the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, you've come to the right place. From streaming services providing the award show to which network it will be broadcast on, we've got all the information below.

The 2021 BBMAs will be available on several streaming services

The 2021 Billboard Music Awards are already gearing up for another wow-worthy night of celeb appearances and performances. The show will air on NBC, per Entertainment Tonight, and is also back to its regular end-of-May broadcast this year.

The award show's 2020 season unfortunately had to be postponed last year to October, due to Covid. The ceremony also included a lot of semi-live performances and remote acceptance speeches to ensure a safe and Covid-friendly environment, per The List. Therefore, we can only assume that this year, thanks to vaccine rollouts and the world slowly opening up again, that the 2021 Billboard Music Awards will make up for last year's Covid-regulated event.

But, how do you tune in if you don't have access to NBC? According to Entertainment Tonight, the show will also be available "on several live TV streaming services, including  Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, AT&T TV and YouTube TV." Viewers can also sign up for NBC's streaming platform service Peacock and stream the show on demand starting May 24.

So, whether you just want to watch the event live or if you want to rewatch the show's buzz-worthy performances over and over again, you're in luck. It looks like this award show is easily accessible to fans.