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Justin Timberlake, hometown rockers Imagine Dragons and Robin Thicke were big winners at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday in Las Vegas where a computer-generated Michael Jackson danced and sang a newly released song.The annual televised awards show, a main showcase for the music industry, honored Timberlake seven times, including top artist, top male artist and top Billboard 200 album for last year's "The 20/20 Experience". Imagine Dragons won five awards, including top Hot 100 artist for songs' chart performance, top rock artist and top duo/group among others. The Grammy-winning Las Vegas band also performed their song "Tiptoe" on the show.R&B singers Thicke, Pharrell Williams and rapper T.I. scored four wins on the back of their megahit "Blurred Lines," including awards for top Hot 100 song, digital song and radio song and R&B song.
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