The best thing that can be said about Sunday's iHeartRadio Music Awards is that nobody called Major Lazer onstage to receive a prize meant for the Chainsmokers.
Or wait — maybe that was the worst?
Now in its fourth year, this annual awards show put on by one of the country's biggest broadcasters has worked out most of the kinks that can trip up a new production (or even an established one like the Oscars).
So congratulations, iHeartRadio, for properly sorting your envelopes. Maybe the academy was taking notes.
But just because nothing went horribly wrong during this year's show, broadcast live on TBS from the Forum in Inglewood, didn't mean that everything went right.
Indeed, a mix-up like last week's best picture incident at the Academy Awards might've been welcome at this deeply forgettable event, which felt only more superfluous for taking place mere days after awards season was supposed to have ended.
Here are five moments that actually did happen at iHeartRadio — but won't likely be remembered come Tuesday.
2. Accepting the award for song of the year (for his effervescent "Trolls" hit "Can't Stop the Feeling"), Justin Timberlake provided a more straightforward political moment when he said the song was about inclusion.
"If you are black or you are brown or you are gay or you are lesbian or you are trans — or maybe you're just a sissy singing boy from Tennessee — anyone that is treating you unkindly, it's only because they are afraid, or they have been taught to be afraid, of how important you are," the singer continued. "Because being different means you make the difference."
4. Only at the iHeartRadio Music Awards would Thomas Rhett, a second-rate Nashville striver, beat
Other big winners, if you can call them that, included the Chainsmokers, whose “Closer” was named dance song of the year, and
5. Like Perry,
By iHeartRadio's ho-hum standards, the medley went off like a bomb. (It was pretty good.)