There was plenty of action at last night’s Billboard Music Awards.
From Taylor Swift snuggling up to new man Calvin Harris, to Chris Brown posing with his daughter Royalty on the red carpet, it was all happening.
But rock band Simple Minds managed to steal the show by performing their classic hit Don’t You (Forget About Me) to mark the 30th anniversary of The Breakfast Club.
To top it all off, actress Molly Ringwald, who starred in the iconic movie, introduced the band to the stage and paid tribute to director John Hughes, who died in 2009.
‘Thirty years ago I was part of a club that made history, ’ said the 47-year-old star.
‘To celebrate John and this [30th] anniversary I am proud to introduce a rock classic.’Eighties It Girl Molly Ringwald is still as cute as ever (Picture: Getty Images)Don’t You (Forget About Me) is the theme song to The Breakfast Club (Picture: WireImage)
The Eighties It Girl, who starred alongside Ally Sheedy, Emilio Estevez and Judd Nelson in the 1985 film, then joked that she wanted to be a member of Taylor’s club.
You’re not the only one, Molly!
She then rushed down to join the Bad Blood singer in the crowd and the duo clapped and sung along to the hit, which was the theme song to The Breakfast Club.Molly asked if she could join Taylor Swift’s club, and the singer happily obliged (Picture: Getty Images)
A montage of stills from the film, which centres around a group of high school students who spend a Saturday detention together, played out as the Scottish band performed.
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