The 2015 American Music Awards (AMA) is definitely around the corner plus the show is definitely gearing up for being another star-studded event. Latest performers set to wow the crowd during the award show include Charlie Puth and Meghan Trainor, combined with band One Direction.
One Direction will resume this year’s AMA stage because of their third consecutive performance, as outlined by Entertainment Weekly. The four member band consists of Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles, is usually up for just two awards namely Artist of the Year and Favorite Pop/Rock Group. The British band is placed to perform their new single “Perfect” with this year’s American Music Awards. This marks once that One Direction will work at the AMA without former band member Zayn Malik. Check sheet music page.
Meanwhile, the 2015 American Music Awards will likely feature “all-star” duets over the award show, Billboard reported. Two of the artists inside the AMAs “all-star” duet performance list include Trainor and Puth. The two singers are teaming as much as sing Puth’s “Marvin Gaye” single. Trainor can be set to serenade AMA attendees together with her hit single “Like I’m Gonna Lose You.”
Aside from Trainor and Puth, Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild and Luke Bryan will likely perform a duet within this year’s American Music Awards, in accordance with Billboard. Bryan will debut his latest song “Home Alone Tonight” with Fairchild. More Perfect sheet music page.
Other stars who will be set to wow AMA viewers includes Selena Gomez, Nick Jonas, Carrie Underwood, Demi Lovato, 5 Seconds of Summer and Walk the Moon. The 2015 American Music Awards will likely be hosted by Jennifer Lopez.
In this year’s AMA, the artist that received essentially the most nomination is Taylor Swift, with six nods, including Artist of the Year, E!News reported. The “Bad Blood” singer can be up for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist and her album “1989” is nominated for just a Favorite Pop/Rock Album award.
The 2015 American Music Awards is going to be held in the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Nov. 22. It will likely be aired are now living in ABC at 8 p.m.