Bella Thorne and French Montana Among Acts Gracing the Stage at Billboard Hot 100 Festival
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Also hitting the stage on the second day of the annual festival were Sabrina Carpenter, Daya and Justine Skye.

AceShowbiz - The much-anticipated 2018 Billboard Hot 100 Festival finally kicked off on Saturday, August 18. A slew of talented artists graced the stage at the Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater in New York, including Halsey and Rae Sremmurd. The two musicians treated audience to exciting performances on the first day of the festival.

The first day of the annual event was a huge success, and so was the second day. Many acts took turn to hype up the crowd with their exhilarating performances which were just as good as the first day. Among the stars who hit the stage on the second day of the festival were Bella Thorne and French Montana.

1. First Ever Live Performance

First Ever Live Performance
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Donning a print silk robe and fishnets, the former Disney darling kicked off her set with a rendition of her hit "B***h I'm Bella Thorne". She invited some of her friends to the stage, including boyfriend Mod Sun and YouTube personality Tana Mongeau.

2. Accompanying Little Sister

Accompanying Little Sister
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Besides Mod Sun and Tana, Bella brought her big sister Dani Thorne to the stage with her. The 25-year-old actress and model served as DJ during the "Midnight Sun" star's performance set.

3. Showing Up Late

Showing Up Late
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Despite starting his performance late, French still managed to keep the crowd hyped. He performed a few of his hit songs such as "Hot N****a" and "Shot Caller". The latter song was laid over Tupac Shakur's "California Love" beats.

4. Giving Off Model Presence

Giving Off Model Presence
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Singer and model Justine Skye also hit the stage at the Billboard Hot 100 festival. Flaunting her cleavage in a purple-and-black bodysuit and a dark blue jacket, she belted out rendition of some of her songs.

5. Let's Dance!

Let's Dance!
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It was hard for the audience not to dance when Daya took the stage to perform her hit collaboration with The Chainsmokers, "Don't Let Me Down".

6. Performing a Cover

Performing a Cover
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Besides belting out lead single "Almost Love" off her upcoming third album, Sabrina Carpenter treated the audience members to a cover of Arctic Monkeys' "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?"

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