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See Photos From ‘Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2024′

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It’s not New Year’s Eve until the Times Square ball drops, and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2024 celebrated the start of a brand-new year in style with dozens of performances and hundreds of thousands of partygoers gathered in New York City.

Among the night’s biggest performers in NYC were Megan Thee Stallion, who did a medley of “Body,” “Cobra,” “Her” and her breakthrough 2020 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit “Savage” just after the clock struck midnight ET. Times Square also saw performances from Jelly Roll (“Need a Favor” and “Halfway to Hell,” as well as “Wild Ones” with Jessie Murph); LL Cool J (a final salute to hip-hop’s 50th anniversary with “I’m Bad,” “Mr. Good Bar,” “Phenomenon,” “Rock the Bells” and “Mama Said Knock You Out”);  Tyla (“One and On,” “Truth or Dare” and her breakout top 10 Hot 100 hit “Water”); and Sabrina Carpenter (“Feather” and “Nonsense,” which included the updated outro “Clark is everybody’s favorite di– type/ Make a toast to everyone you dislike/ Balls are dropping everywhere at midnight”).

The show’s Hollywood party included performances from “Barbie Girl” duo Aqua, as well as Billboard Women in Music 2023 Rising Star Doechii; Ellie Goulding; Green Day; Janelle Monae; Loud Luxury and Two Friends with Bebe Rexha; Ludacris; Chic’s Nile Rodgers; Paul Russell; Renee Rapp, with a guest appearance from Coco Jones; and Thirty Seconds to Mars.

Finally, away from New York and Los Angeles, Cardi B performed from Miami, NewJeans performed from South Korea, Post Malone performed from Las Vegas, and Ivy Queen performed from Puerto Rico.

Below, find photos of the performers at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2024.

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