Watch the best performances from "VH1 Divas" right here!
If you read Buzzworthy with any regularity, you'll know that we have kind of a THANG for divas. We regularly follow the fabulous moments of loud and proud lady singers like Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj, and Beyoncé (to name a few) like it's our jobs (oh wait, it IS our jobs. We love our jobs!), and that's barely scraping the diva surface. That's why we're so super psyched to watch "VH1 Divas," a two-hour special (running from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET) celebrating diva culture and featuring performances by Demi Lovato, (a newly engaged!) Kelly Clarkson, Ciara, Iggy Azalea, Natasha Bedingfield, Miley Cyrus, Kelly Rowland, Ledisi, Keri Hilson, Paloma Faith, Metric, Melanie Fiona, and more. Can you imagine how they're even going to BEGIN to fit all that flawlessness onstage? We just tried, and we think we pulled a muscle. Plus, get this: The FABULOUS Adam Lambert is hosting the show! AND we heard he's performing a Madonna song!! How's that for incentive to watch?? We. Can't. Even.
Keep your eyes peeled to Buzzworthy as we'll be updating all evening with performances by our favorite artists -- sorry -- DIVAS.
Watch our favorite performances on "VH1 Divas" after the jump!
+ First, watch "Real Housewives Of Atlanta" star Nene Leakes teach Adam Lambert how to be a diva!
+ A newly engaged (!!!) Kelly Clarkson totally owned her performance of "Catch My Breath."
+ Kelly Rowland opened the "Divas" Donna Summer tribute with "Bad Girls," followed by Keri Hilson performing "She Works Hard For The Money," and Adam Lambert killing it on "Hot Stuff," before the trio finally came together for a triumphant "Last Dance."
+ Watch a very brunette (and first-time Diva!) Demi Lovato sing "Give Your Heart A Break."
+ Rocking even MORE bondage gear, Miley Cyrus tore her way through Billy Idol's "Rebel Yell."
+ Watch Jordin Sparks, Melanie Fiona, and Ledisi perform a "Divas" tribute to Whitney Houston, including tracks "I'm Every Woman," "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)," and "It's Not Right But It's Okay."