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The planet's biggest stars descended on Liverpool this weekend for two days of non-stop music action LIVE from Fusion Festival 2016.
The 16 year old singing sensation opened the entire festival performing her Vodafone Big Top 40 No.1 single 'Say You Do'! (We still can't believe how young she is, what a career she has ahead of her!).
We kind of wish she'd just carried on forever.
Wow, wow, wow. This lady can belt out a tune or two can't she!? Anne-Marie stunned the crowd with her incredible voice. Plus, WHERE can we get our own 'Dump Him' t-shirt?
Look at the absolute joy on this ladies' face!
We literally haven't got enough hands to count the amount of No.1s this dream-team duo have under their belt and they showed exactly why! With an endless stream of tunes, the boys had Liverpool bouncing.
The rap pair braved a potential soaking by strutting into the rain like true legends. Let's be honest, you wouldn't expect anything less from the 'Freak Of The Week' lads.
From a dance break featuring the likes of Desiigner and Justin Bieber to flawless singing, the Londoner made every routine look effortless.
So many SWEET outfits it is actually giving us a toothache.
There aren't many artists that can get EVERY, SINGLE crowd member jumping up and down at the same time but oh yes, T.T did just that. #DisturbingLiverpool
Tinie Tempah and DJ Charlsey are officially our new favourite bromance.
As soon as these lads busted out 'All Cried Out', the crowd's whole spirit went through the roof! You wouldn't expect any less from these two though would you...
Sigala came out of absolutely nowhere when he dropped his first single 'Easy Love' and now he's bringing the sun back out in the North #Legend.
Nobody rocks a denim jacket like Craig David, that is just a plain and simple fact.
Singing, mixing, freestyling...he's got it all.
You know it is a good festival when Labrinth started his entire set by shredding a guitar solo like Hendrix.
Confetti, smoke machines and a shirtless Jason Derulo. We are in heaven.