Watch Hailee Steinfeld and Alessia Cara's Performances at 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards

Steinfeld paid tribute to Britney Spears and debuted new single 'Most Girls', while Cara teamed up with Auli'i Cravalho to sing 'Moana' soundtrack.

AceShowbiz - Radio Disney Awards 2017 was anything but boring. The star-studded event was full of show-stopping performances from top musicians like %cHailee Steinfeld%, %cAlessia Cara%, %cNoah Cyrus%, %cKelsea Ballerini%, %cJulia Michaels% and %cSabrina Carpenter%.

As previously promised, Steinfeld took the stage with the event's hosts Ballerini and %cSofia Carson% to perform a medley in honor of pop diva %cBritney Spears% who received the first-ever Icon Award. Ballerini opened the show by singing a guitar version of "Oops... I Did It Again". The camera then moved to Steinfeld who performed a rendition of "Circus", followed by the performance from Carson who sang "...Hit Me Baby One More Time".

There was a surprise appearance from Spears' sister %cJamie Lynn Spears% who joined the three singers onstage to perform "'Till The World Ends". Britney Spears who couldn't hide her smile then walked onstage to receive her well-deserved award.

Seinfeld then took the stage for the second time to perform two songs, "Starving" and a recent-released single "Most Girls".

Another highlight at 2017 RDMAs was the first collaboration of Alessia Cara and %cAuli'i Cravalho%. Cara joined Cravalho, who played Moana on animated film "Moana", to perform the movie soundtrack, "How Far I'll Go".

After receiving Best New Artist Award, %cGrace VanderWaal% took the stage to showcase her ukulele skill while performing "I Don't Know My Name". Meanwhile, %cNoah Cyrus% lit up the stage with fun performance of a new arrangement of her debut single "Make Me (Cry)". She changed the original tune into %cMarshmello%'s remix and turned the track into a dance hall banger.

Other performers included Sabrina Carpenter who performed her song "Thumbs" and Julia Michaels who debuted her single "Issues" on the stage.

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