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The music industry pays tribute to those lost this year, including Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees, at the Billboard Music Awards. We'll have more, coming up.
Bobbi Kristina Brown
Whitney Houston's Daughter
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It was an emotional night for the music industry at the Billboard Music Awards, and "Avengers" continues to since the competition at the box office. Melisa Raney has more in today's Hollywood Minute.
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MUSIC'S BIGGEST STARS PUT ON A SHOW IN VEGAS SUNDAY AT THE BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS.
"PARTY ROCK ANTHEM" SINGERS L-M-F-A-O WON BEST GROUP AND HOT 100 SONG OF THE YEAR.
Dance music is back baby!
CHRIS BROWN WON TOP R&B ARTIST...AND WIZ KHALIFA WAS CROWNED TOP NEW ARTIST.
WHITNEY HOUSTON'S DAUGHTER BOBBI KRISTINA ACCEPTED THE MILLENNIUM AWARD ON BEHALF OF HER LATE MOTHER.
I'm just blessed to have been in such an incredible woman's life, there will never be another one, ever.
JOHN LEGEND AND JORDAN SPARKS PAID TRIBUTE IN SONG.
ADAM YAUCH OF THE BEASTIE BOYS...AND DONNA SUMMER WERE ALSO REMEMBERED.
THE SHOW MARKED A MOMENT OF SILENCE FOR ONE OF THE CO-FOUNDERS OF THE BEE GEES.
ROBIN GIBB DIED SUNDAY AFTER A LONG BATTLE WITH CANCER.
THE BEE GEES WAS MADE UP OF THREE BRITISH-BORN AND AUSTRALIAN-RAISED BROTHERS. THEY SOLD MORE THAN 200 MILLION ALBUMS AND WERE INDUCTED INTO THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME.
IT'S REPORTED THAT BARRY GIBB, LAST SURVIVING MEMBER OF THE GROUP, MAINTAINED A VIGIL AT HIS BROTHER'S BEDSIDE IN LONDON.
ROBIN GIBB WAS 62.
MARVEL'S "THE AVENGERS" DOMINATED THE BOX OFFICE FOR THE THIRD WEEKEND IN A ROW.
THE SUPERHERO BLOCKBUSTER PULLED IN ANOTHER 55-MILLION-DOLLARS IN DOMESTIC TICKET SALES.
"BATTLESHIP" FLOATED TO A DISTANT SECOND IN ITS FIRST WEEKEND IN THEATERS.
AND SACHA BARON COHEN'S "THE DICTATOR" DEBUTED IN THIRD.
FOR HOLLYWOOD MINUTE, I'M MELISA RANEY.