iHeartRadio Music Festival Features No Doubt, Taylor Swift and a Green Day Meltdown
12:29 PM PDT 9/26/2012 by Sophie Schillaci, Erin Carlson, Chris Godley
The music industry invaded Las Vegas for the second annual iHeartRadio music fest on Sept. 21 and 22. Taking the stage at MGM's Grand Garden Arena was everyone from Linkin Park to Brad Paisley and Rihanna to Deadmau5. Click through for highlights from the show's performers.
Taylor Swift mixed old classics with new hits ("We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together") during a set on Saturday night. The country cute came this close to an embarassing wardrobe malfunction during the show when a fan tugged on her dress, causing a strap to come undone. Luckily, Swift's modesty was saved by a sequined shirt underneath the dress.
Steven Tyler returned to the iHeartRadio stage once again, this time with his band in tow. The rockers performed on the second night of festivities, promoting their new album (due out Nov. 6).
Pitbull and Ne-Yo
Pitbull and Ne-Yo closed out the iHeartRadio Music Fest with their smash hit single, "Give Me Everything."
The newly reunited No Doubt, featuring Gwen Stefani and Tony Kanal, summoned Pink on stage for a surprise duet of their '90s hit "Just a Girl."
Swedish House Mafia
DJ trio Swedish House Mafia brought Usher on stage for a live performance of "Euphoria."
Linkin Park brought their hard rocking style to the stage on Saturday.
Mary J. Blige
Mary J. Blige surprised concert goers when she brought out special guest Prince to assist on "Sweet Thing."
Calvin Harris got the crowd going with his Kelis-assisted hit "Bounce," Ne-Yo collaboration "Let's Go," closing out with perhaps his biggest hit, "Feel So Close."
Country superstar Jason Aldean, whose songs dominate the radio charts, performed at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena.
During Lil Wayne's iHeartRadio performance, the hip-hop star brought out Keyshia Cole for "Enough of No Love."
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