The chart-topping beauty proudly flew the flag for the UK, grinding on a giant pink flamingo as she belted out her global smash New Rules.
Dressed to impress, the 22-year-old oozed sex appeal as she lapped up the world’s attention in a racy cut-out number.
Slipping into the bright purple gown, Dua looked hotter than ever – exposing as much flesh as possible for a wall of eager cameras.
Featuring a plunging neckline, the starlet left little to the imagination as the garment was cut all the way to her navel.
Turning up the heat even more, Dua ditched her bra in favour of exposing her naked assets.
In fact, the BRIT Award winner came dangerously close to suffering a wardrobe malfunction as she made her way into the venue.
Taking place at the iconic MGM Grand Garden Arena in Sin City, the glitzy award show was packed to the roof with celebs, though was noticeably tamer than the infamous VMAs.
While Ariana Grande put on a sensual rendition of her comeback single, the pint-sizes pop princess had nothing on her filthy 2016 American Music Awards performance Side to Side with Nicki Minaj.
“She represents undeniable artistic genus and iconic performance”
Meanwhile, Janet Jackson wowed with a special medley of her greatest hits including Nasty and Throb before picking up the Icon Award.
Gushing over the 52-year-old, Bruno Mars said: “She represents undeniable artistic genius and iconic performance, the Jacksons are music royalty and the first family of entertainment.
“Her legendary brothers who were first introduced into the world in 1964 and from the moment that they took to the stage they created pandemonium wherever they went… breaking down racial bias and making hits.
“They left a major mark in history… a mark which would inspired the youngest member of their family, their baby sister… Janet Jackson.”
Referencing the Me Too movement, as she picked up the gong, Janet said: “I believe that for all our challenges, we live in a glorious moment in history.
“It is a moment, that at long last, women have made it clear that we will no longer be controlled, manipulated or abused
“I stand with those women and with those men equally outrage with discrimination.”