‘American Song Contest’ Winner AleXa Becomes First Female K-pop Act to Present at Billboard Music Awards

Photos of American Song Contest winner AleXa with celebrities Michael Buble, Doja Cat, Anitta, Jack Harlow, DJ Khaled, Becky G, and more at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards


The “Wonderland” singer is also slated to sing the National Anthem of the United States for the LA Dodgers in a whirlwind week of promotions post-win

Named “breakout star” by Rolling Stone for her dynamic performances, AleXa – fresh off a resounding win on NBC’s music competition show ‘American Song Contest‘ – became the first female K-pop act to present at the Billboard Music Awards (BBMAs). The “Wonderland” singer also shared photos with fellow BBMAs honorees and performers Doja Cat, Becky G, Anitta and more.

Facing off against legendary music icons like Michael Bolton, AleXa was crowned the winner of NBC’s ‘Eurovision Song Contest‘- remake earlier this week, after leaving an impression on viewers who rallied behind the soloist and drove her to first place in fan votes. “Wonderland” has been the most streamed song from “American Song Contest” with over 3 million streams online, and has propelled AleXa to become the fourth all-time most-played K-pop act on US radio according to data tracking platform Soundcharts.

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With Billboard Music Awards as its climax, this week has been a record-breaking one for AleXa, who also made an appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show earlier this week and is slated to sing the National Anthem of the United States for at Dodger Stadium in the LA Dodgers’ pre-game ceremonies, her second time performing since late last year. 50,000 fans are expected to attend.

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AleXa exploded onto the scene with her multilingual debut, “Bomb,” breaking into the Top 10 of Billboard’s “World Digital Song Sales Chart” within its first week of release. “Wonderland,” her latest release, has clinched a win as “Best Original Song” on NBC’s ‘American Song Contest.

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