Nov 20, 2017
Selena Gomez brought her song "Wolves" to the 2017 American Music Awards stage for its debut television performance with Marshmello and it was raw, emotionProceed to the page: http://linkis.com/N1eEkLP
BTS will make their U.S. debut while Christina Aguilera will pay tribute to Whitney Houston with a performance on the 2017 American Music Awards. Selena Gomez will make the first live TV performance of her new Marshmello collaboration "Wolves" on the 2017 American Music Awards on November 19, 2017.
BTS has now performed for the first time on U.S. television at the 2017 American Music Awards! The star-studded show is being held on November 19 (local ti
On November 17, BTS held the rehearsal for their U.S. TV debut performance at the '2017 American Music Awards'.The official…
K-Pop band BTS to perform at the 2017 American Music Awards; First U.S. television performance; AMAs performers; Performing at awards show
Watch BTS perform "DNA" at the American Music Awards.
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Nick Jonas attended the 2017 American Music Awards and performed his hit song "Find You." See all the pictures of Nick Jonas from his night at the AMAs.
Shawn Mendes attended the 2017 American Music Awards where he performed and took home the trophy for Favorite Artist - Adult Contemporary.
We were all crying when these music superstars accepted their AMAs on Sunday. Take a look at these touching, heartfelt acceptance speeches below.
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