With the recent whirlwind of media and music surrounding Selena Gomez it’s understandable that th former Scene front woman would make an epic return at the AMAs.
dick clark productions and ABC announced on Friday (November 1st) that the 27-year-old will take the stage at the 2019 American Music Awards for the television premiere of her new music. The performance marks her first live TV gig in two years, but she’s no stranger to the show as Gomez previously performed in 2014, 2015 and in 2017.
The announcement follows the release of the artists two current singles, “Lose You To Love Me” and “Look At Her Now” – each with their own unique videos. The upcoming album follows the singer’s 2016 Interscope Records-released Revival. Catch Gomez’s performance at the American Music Awards airing live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on November 24th at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Until then, listen to her newest productions below.
Taylor Swift has won more American Music Awards than any other artist in the last ten years, so it’s only fitting that the songstress be honored as Artist of the Decade at this year’s ceremony. dick clark productions and ABC announced the award Wednesday (October 30th) by confirming that the superstar will take the stage to perform a medley of her biggest hits from her multi-genre-spanning career.
“Taylor’s impact on music this decade is undeniable and her performances on the American Music Awards have been truly spectacular,” Mark Bracco, executive vice president of programming & development at dick clark productions said in a press statement. “We’re thrilled to honor her as our Artist of the Decade and can’t wait for her to blow everyone away with an epic, career-spanning performance unlike any other!”
Swift currently has the most AMA wins of any female artist in history with 23 and at 2019’s ceremony, she’s also nominated for artist of the year, favorite music video, and favorite female artist. And if she wins two of the five categories she may even surpass Michael Jackson‘s record for most AMAs trophies of all time
The 2019 American Music Awards will broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on November 24th at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.