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Watch Drake's Opening Monologue and Other Highlights From Tonight's ESPY Awards

Right about now, the boy Drake is on stage at L.A.’s Nokia Theater yupping it up with the who's who of sports as host of this year's ESPY Awards. During his opening monologue, he took cracks at Cleveland, Donald Sterling, Russell Westbrook's wardrobe, himself... and more. Then he blew in Lance Stephenson's ear. Watch that above, and then check back later for more highlights and meme-worthy moments from the show.

UPDATE: In fresh white linens and some sort of crocheted tank, Drake performed three "new" songs, “Honorable Mention” (an ode to runners up featuring a shot Macklemore's Grammy win), “Sidepieces” (featuring Brian McKnight) and “#SterlingNeverLovedUs.” Later, he sang "Let it Go" as Filipino boxer and eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao.


Drake made peace (or something) with Chris Brown, allowing him to perform surgery on him and tie him up in an elaborate skit called "Drake VS Blake":

Then he recited poetry about Skylar Diggins out of a moleskin notebook until she showed up to shut him down-- with a kiss:

Watch Drake's Opening Monologue and Other Highlights From Tonight's ESPY Awards