#iHeartFestival Night 2 Recap

Last Night, live from Las Vegas, the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Festival gave us it all with it’s second night.

The sold-out audience was privy to everything they wanted and more from a superstar line-up including Miley CyrusDJ Khaled and Niall Horan.

From Cyrus' stellar cover of Nancy Sinatra's 1966 hit, "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" to DJ Khaled's long list of surprise guests, it was an evening of celebration for music!

The night offered up some memorable moments that lit the blogosphere on fire.

In case you missed it, we’ve rounded up some of the biggest highlights from the show.

Kesha Made An Emotional Return To The Stage

Kesha opened the iHeartRadio Music Festival, performing several songs from her new album Rainbow, including "Woman" and "Learn To Let Go," in addition to an amazing rendition of "Take It Off" that also included a guitar war between her two guitarists.

She also performed her new song with Macklemore called "Good Old Days."

But perhaps the shining moment of Kesha's five-song set was her hit single "Praying."

Before launching into the song, Kesha told the audience: "This song is not an easy song for me. It's a very very special and emotional song.”

DJ Khaled Brings Out Surprise Guests Travis Scott, Chance, Quavo, and Demi

“Love is the key, love is the most powerful thing in the world,” DJ Khaled yelled in his iconic delivery as he closed out the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Festival.

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His message of unity translated into his performance by bringing out Chance The Rapper, Quavo, Migos, Demi Lovato and French Montana to the stage that showed the power and influence the 41-year-old hip hop titan has created over his career.

Lorde & Friends

Lorde brought all the Melodrama to the Las Vegas Arena during the festival and even brought out a few of her friends on stage during her set.

She kicked things off by performing her newly-released remix of "Homemade Dynamite," which features Khalid, and then sat down at the piano with Jack Antonoff to perform "Liability."

Louis Tomlinson & Bebe Rexha = BFFs

Louis Tomlinson and Bebe Rexha brought their collaboration to life when they performed "Back To You" at the iHeartRadio Music Festival…and were totally adorable in the process.

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Miley Cyrus Covered “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’’ And YASS

Just a year after surprising the crowd with a rocking duet alongside Billy IdolMiley Cyrus splashed onto Night 2 of the festival for a country charged set that touched on her pop past, but also put the focus on her love for her roots with a sassy cover of Nancy Sinatra's hit, "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'."

Cyrus strutted the catwalk for the classic, admitting that she had never performed the song before.

Speaking of classics, it was onto her own legacy moments later with performances of "We Can't Stop" and "Party in the U.S.A."

Even though she's a little more subtle nowadays, Cyrus made the most of her final minutes on stage, offering the audience with a passionate speech about the US’ priorities.

Kylie Jenner Came Out to Support Travis Scott in Vegas

The internet actually broke on Friday when TMZ reported that 20-year-old Kylie Jenner is pregnant with her first child.

While Kylie hasn't made a formal statement about her alleged pregnancy yet, she did show up to support her boyfriend Travis Scott at the iHeartRadio Musical Festival on Saturday amidst all the rumours.

The reality star was spotted hanging out backstage with long time Kardashian family friend French Montana while he was waiting to join DJ KhaledChance the RapperQuavo, and her (rumoured) baby daddy Travis Scott on stage. 

If you look closely in the video below, you can make out Kylie standing behind her right hand woman Jordyn Woods. These two girls are literally attached at the hip. Where one goes, so does the other.

If Jordyn gets spotted hanging out backstage at a Travis Scott performance, then you know Kylie isn't far behind. 

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