Due to COVID-19, the legendary iHeartRadio Jingle Ball will be slightly different, taking a virtual route. However, this has not stopped iHeartRadio from compiling their usual killer lineup and we're here to remember the past performances of the widely-loved concert.
Taylor Swift's "Christmas Tree Farm" (2019 Jingle Ball)
Taylor Swift was the headliner of the 2019 Jingle Ball. Towards the end of her set, the Grammy and Billboard winning artist performed her new Christmas song "Christmas Tree Farm," which had fans going crazy.
Swift was also surprised with a birthday cake presented to her by radio personality Elvis Duran to celebrate the singer's 30th birthday.
Lizzo's Medley (2019 Jingle Ball)
Lizzo was introduced by actress and comedian Tina Fey, alongside the star of Broadway's Mean Girls Reneé Rapp. After delivering an inspirational speech to the audience, the Grammy and Billboard award winner performed a medley of her greatest hits.
Camila Cabello and Machine Gun Kelly's "Bad Things" (2019 Jingle Ball)
Billie Eilish's "bad guy" (2019 Jingle Ball)
Jonas Brothers' "Like It's Christmas" (2019 Jingle Ball)
Cardi B's "I Like It" (2018 Jingle Ball)
In 2018, Cardi B performed her Billboard Music Award winning hit "I Like It" at the iHeatRadio Jingle Ball alongside firecracker background dancers.
A Group Caroling Session (2016 Jingle Ball)
DNCE, Hailee Steinfeld, Charlie Puth, and Fifth Harmony came together to perform "Santa Clause is Coming to Town" at the 2016 Jingle Ball. The group played with the background of instruments and harmonized the Christmas classic.
Ariana Grande's Medley (2014 Jingle Ball)
Ariana Grande performed a medley of her hits at the 2014 Jingle Ball. The set list included "Santa Tell Me" (2014), "Problem" (2014), "Love Me Harder" (2014), and "Break Free" (2014).
Miley Cyrus's "Party in the U.S.A." (2013 Jingle Ball)
Miley Cyrus performed "Party in the U.S.A." in a two piece sparkling ruby set with white fur lining and white cowgirl boots. The MTV VMA award winning performer went on to dance on a young Santa Clause while performing the classic hit.
iHeartRadio has held the Jingle Ball since 1995. The show has hosted various top-charting artists performing their hits of the year, alongside some Holiday classics, in front of a live audience.
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