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Jennifer Lopez gave the first performance of her new song “On My Way” at the American Music Awards.

JLo was dazzled by singing the track from her upcoming romantic comedy film, “Marry Me”, which will be released on Valentine’s Day (02/14/22).

Lopez started out wearing a black suit jacket, before walking behind a screen showing clips from the film and swapping out her ensemble for a blush Dolce & Gabbana wedding dress.

The first performance of the evening was by Silk Sonic – made up of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak – who did a rendition of ‘Smokin’ Out the Window ‘, sporting red leisure suits, perfectly matching the retro vibes of the song.

Olivia Rodrigo touched everyone with an acoustic performance of “Traitor” surrounded by a floral background, wearing a simple pink dress and natural makeup, letting the lyrics speak.

The singer – who released her debut album “Sour” earlier this year – also won the title of New Artist of the Year.

Mickey Guyton was next after the uncertainty it would happen after his son Grayson fell with a bug in his stomach that briefly put him in the ICU. However, he is on the mend, leading his mother to present a powerful performance of her song “All American”, which moved everyone to a standing ovation.

Boy groups New Kids on the Block and New Edition have gathered on stage for the first time for a face-to-face with the greatest hits.

New Kids On the Block kicked off with an excerpt from their hit “The Right Stuff” – featuring “Step by Step” and “Mr Telephone Man” – and New Edition followed suit with “Candy Girl” before to get together for ‘Is this the end’ and ‘Please don’t go Girl’.

BTS ended the night with a stunning performance of their hit song “Butter” in matching gold costumes, to really hammer home the big winners of the night.

They had previously joined Coldplay for the first live performance of their hit song “My Universe”.

Cardi B hosted the Starry Night at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday (11/21/21).

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K-pop’s BTS Wins Top American Music Awards https://steveazarlive.com/k-pops-bts-wins-top-american-music-awards/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://steveazarlive.com/k-pops-bts-wins-top-american-music-awards/ [ad_1] LOS ANGELES, Nov.21 (Reuters) – K-Pop group BTS were the big winners at the American Music Awards on Sunday just four years after making their first appearance on the fan-voted show. The seven-member group from South Korea beat veteran Taylor Swift, rapper Drake, pop singer Ariana Grande, teen phenomenon Olivia Rodrigo and Canada’s The […]]]>


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LOS ANGELES, Nov.21 (Reuters) – K-Pop group BTS were the big winners at the American Music Awards on Sunday just four years after making their first appearance on the fan-voted show.

The seven-member group from South Korea beat veteran Taylor Swift, rapper Drake, pop singer Ariana Grande, teen phenomenon Olivia Rodrigo and Canada’s The Weeknd for the night’s biggest prize – artist of the year. .

Adored by an army of avid fans, they were also named Favorite Pop Group and won the Best Pop Song award for their summer hit “Butter”.

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The group, known for their positive and inspiring music, was named Artist of the Year and won a miracle.

“We are truly honored to be on this stage with such amazing and wonderful artists,” said Kim Nam-Joon, known as RM.

“It’s been a long and amazing journey… no one could ever have bet on the chances that we were here and received this award except all of you,” he added, referring to the fans of the group.

BTS closed the show with a performance of “Butter” and joined Coldplay on stage for a rendition of their single “My Universe,” marking a post-pandemic return to the K-pop group’s live performances.

Swift was among several nominated artists, including Ariana Grande, The Weeknd and Drake, who did not attend Sunday’s ceremony.

Coldplay and BTS perform at the Annual American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, United States on November 21, 2021. REUTERS / Mario Anzuoni

She won the trophies for Favorite Female Artist and Best Pop Album for her lockdown album “Evermore”.

“I’m so lucky to be in your life and to have you in mine,” Swift told fans in a video acceptance speech.

First-time host Cardi B pulled off a series of extravagant costume changes and confessed that she was worried about ruining everything.

“I’m a little nervous. I’m shaking,” “Bodak Yellow” rapper said, sporting a head-to-toe black feather headdress as she opened the show.

Rodrigo, 18, who burst onto the charts in January, entered Sunday’s show with seven first nods, but ended up with just one – best new artist.

Doja Cat has won three awards, most notably for her “Kiss Me More” collaboration with SZA. Rapper Megan Thee Stallion also won three, including hip-hop’s favorite female artist.

New Edition and New Kids on the Block brought some nostalgia for the 1980s when they took the stage together to promote their comebacks, Jennifer Lopez sang her new ballad “On My Way”, and contest winner Maneskin Italian song Eurovision, delivered a rock version of Four Seasons from the 1960s. press “Start”.

The nominees were based on Billboard music chart performances, streaming and album sales, radio broadcast and social media engagement, and the winners were chosen entirely by fans.

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K-pop group BTS wins top prize at American Music Awards https://steveazarlive.com/k-pop-group-bts-wins-top-prize-at-american-music-awards/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://steveazarlive.com/k-pop-group-bts-wins-top-prize-at-american-music-awards/ K-pop group BTS wins top prize at American Music Awards published: Nov 22, 2021, 5:15 PM BTS receives the Entertainer of the Year award at the 49th American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday. (Reuters photo) LOS ANGELES: K-Pop group BTS were the big winner at the American Music Awards […]]]>

K-pop group BTS wins top prize at American Music Awards

BTS receives the Entertainer of the Year award at the 49th American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday. (Reuters photo)

LOS ANGELES: K-Pop group BTS were the big winner at the American Music Awards on Sunday just four years after making their first appearance on the fan-voted show.

The seven-member group from South Korea beat out veteran Taylor Swift, rapper Drake, pop singer Ariana Grande, teenage phenom Olivia Rodrigo and Canadian The Weeknd for the biggest prize of the night – entertainer of the year. .

Adored by an army of fervent fans, they were also named Favorite Pop Group and won Best Pop Song for their hit of the summer. Butter.

The band, known for their positive uplifting music, have called out Artist of the Year to win a Miracle.

“We are truly honored to be on this stage with such amazing and great artists,” Kim Nam-Joon aka RM said.

“It’s been a long and amazing journey… no one could ever bet on our chances of being here and receiving this award, except all of you,” he added, referring to the band’s fans. .

BTS closed the show with a performance by Butter and earlier joined Coldplay on stage for a rendition of their single My world, marking a post-pandemic return to live performances for the K-pop group.

Swift was among several nominated artists, including Ariana Grande, The Weeknd and Drake, who did not attend Sunday’s ceremony.

She won Favorite Female Artist and Best Pop Album trophies for her lockdown album Always.

“I’m so lucky to be in your life and to have you in mine,” Swift told fans in a video acceptance speech.

First-time host Cardi B performed a series of extravagant costume changes and confessed that she feared she might be wrong.

“I’m a little nervous. I’m shaking,” said the “Bodak Yellow” rapper, sporting a head-to-toe black feather headdress, as she opened the show.

Rodrigo, 18, who burst onto the charts in January, entered Sunday’s show with seven nods but ended up with just one – best new artist.

Doja Cat won three awards, including for her kiss me more collaboration with SZA. Rapper Megan Thee Stallion also won three, including favorite hip-hop artist.

New Edition and New Kids on the Block brought some 1980s nostalgia when they took the stage together to promote their comebacks, Jennifer Lopez sang her new ballad On my way, and Italian Eurovision Song Contest winner Maneskin delivered a rock version of the 1960s hit Four Seasons Begging.

The nominees were based on Billboard music chart performances, streaming and album sales, radio airplay and social media engagement, and the winners were chosen entirely by fans.

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Watch Silk Sonic open the 2021 American Music Awards https://steveazarlive.com/watch-silk-sonic-open-the-2021-american-music-awards/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://steveazarlive.com/watch-silk-sonic-open-the-2021-american-music-awards/ [ad_1] Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak presented their Silk Sonic collaboration at the 2021 American Music Awards tonight (November 21) with a live performance. The duo announced their joint venture earlier this year and revealed that they have recorded an album together called “An Evening With Silk Sonic”. After winning the Favorite R&B Song Award […]]]>


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Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak presented their Silk Sonic collaboration at the 2021 American Music Awards tonight (November 21) with a live performance.

The duo announced their joint venture earlier this year and revealed that they have recorded an album together called “An Evening With Silk Sonic”.

After winning the Favorite R&B Song Award for “Leave The Door Open” before the start of the main ceremony, Silk Sonic took the stage at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles to perform “Smokin ‘Out The Window”. Both men were dressed in matching red suits and supported by a band and choir singers, all of whom also wore matching outfits.

Check out the footage from Silk Sonic’s 2021 AMAs below.

Some winners of the 2021 AMAs were announced on TikTok earlier today, ahead of the main event kicking off in LA. Among the first winners were Taylor Swift for Favorite Female Pop Artist and The Weeknd for Favorite R&B Male Artist.

Ahead of the ceremony, Doja Cat took home the most trophies this year, winning Favorite Female R&B Artist, Favorite R&B Album for “Planet Her” and Collaboration of the Year for her team with SZA, “Kiss Me More “.

Keep up to date with all of tonight’s 2021 AMA winners on NME.com here.

In a five-star review of Silk Sonic’s debut album, NME said, “On ‘An Evening With Silk Sonic’ the magic is in the way the music moves: the songs are radiant and full of joy, formed from the synergy of two tirelessly creative minds. The album radiates appreciation for the simple but irreplaceable power of working alongside someone you trust and respect like no other – and it feels as easy and rewarding as an old friendship.


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Cardi B makes her debut as a host at the 2021 American Music Awards – Music News https://steveazarlive.com/cardi-b-makes-her-debut-as-a-host-at-the-2021-american-music-awards-music-news/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://steveazarlive.com/cardi-b-makes-her-debut-as-a-host-at-the-2021-american-music-awards-music-news/ [ad_1] Cardi B made her debut as a host at the 2021 American Music Awards on Sunday night. Led by the 29-year-old rapper, the awards night took place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday. To kick off the event, Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak – aka Silk Sonic – performed their hit […]]]>


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Cardi B made her debut as a host at the 2021 American Music Awards on Sunday night.

Led by the 29-year-old rapper, the awards night took place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday. To kick off the event, Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak – aka Silk Sonic – performed their hit Smokin Out the Window, before winning the Favorite R&B song award for their track Leave the Door Open.

Six-time nominee Olivia Rodrigo performed an acoustic version of her song Traitor and won the coveted New Artist of the Year award. ’90s boy groups New Edition and New Kids on the Block faced off in an old-school battle of groups, performing Candy Girl and Is This the End respectively as well as Step by Step and Hangin’ Tough.

K-pop boy group BTS performed their hit Butter without Megan Thee Stallion, who withdrew from the awards show for personal reasons, before being joined by Coldplay to sing their My Universe collaboration. The seven-piece group was the big winner of the night, taking home three awards – Artist of the Year, Favorite Duo or Pop Group and Favorite Pop Song for Butter.

Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion also won three awards each. Doja won the award for Favorite R&B Female Artist; Collaboration of the Year for Kiss Me More with SZA, and Favorite R&B Album for Planet Her, while Megan notched wins for Favorite Trending Song for Body; Favorite female hip-hop artist; Favorite hip-hop album for the good news.

The full list of winners is as follows –

Artist of the year – BTS

New Artist of the Year – Olivia Rodrigo

Collaboration of the Year – Doja Cat ft. SZA, Kiss Me More

Favorite Trending Song – Megan Thee Stallion, Body

Favorite Music Video – Lil Nas X, Montero (Call me by your name)

Favorite Male Pop Artist – Ed Sheeran

Favorite Female Pop Artist – Taylor Swift

Favorite duo or pop group – BTS

Favorite Pop Album – Taylor Swift, Evermore

Favorite Pop Song – BTS, Butter

Favorite Male Country Artist – Luke Bryan

Favorite Female Country Artist – Carrie Underwood

Favorite Country Duo or Group – Dan + Shay

Favorite Country Album – Gabby Barrett, Goldmine

Favorite Country Song – Chris Stapleton, Beginning Over

Favorite Male Hip-Hop Artist – Drake

Favorite Female Hip-Hop Artist – Megan Thee Stallion

Favorite Hip-Hop Album – Megan Thee Stallion, Good News

Favorite Hip-Hop Song – Cardi B, Up

Favorite Male R&B Artist – The Weeknd

Favorite Female R&B Artist – Doja Cat

Favorite R&B Album – Doja Cat, Planet Her

Favorite R&B Song – Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak), Leave The Door Open

Favorite Male Latin Artist – Bad Bunny

Favorite Female Latin Artist – Becky G

Favorite Latin duo or group – Banda MS by Sergio Lizárraga

Favorite Latin Album – Bad Bunny, EL ÚLTIMO TOUR DEL MUNDO

Favorite Latin Song – Kali Uchis, telepatia

Favorite Rock Artist – Machine Gun Kelly

Favorite Inspirational Artist – Carrie Underwood

Favorite Gospel Artist – Kanye West

Favorite Dance / Electronic Artist – Marshmello.

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Boy group BTS dominate at American Music Awards | Music | DW https://steveazarlive.com/boy-group-bts-dominate-at-american-music-awards-music-dw/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://steveazarlive.com/boy-group-bts-dominate-at-american-music-awards-music-dw/ [ad_1] Despite the pandemic, the 49th annual American Music Awards were held in person at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday night. Unlike many other entertainment industry awards, the winners in each category are chosen by fans, making it a direct reference to the popularity of an artist, song, or album. . This […]]]>


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Despite the pandemic, the 49th annual American Music Awards were held in person at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

Unlike many other entertainment industry awards, the winners in each category are chosen by fans, making it a direct reference to the popularity of an artist, song, or album. .

This year also included several new categories: Favorite Trending Song, Favorite Gospel Artist, and Favorite Latin Duo or Group.

The host of the evening was rap diva Cardi B, who wowed the crowd with her signature humor and flamboyant dresses that she changed frequently throughout the evening.

In addition to her role as a host, Cardi B made her mark by winning the award for favorite hip-hop song with her track “Up”. “Oh my god I’m so famous! Thank you so much Bardi Gang, thank you to my fans, to my new fans, to those who have held me back all these years, thank you for voting for me,” she said. declared. said while wearing a dramatic yellow draped garment.

Cardi B changed her outfit several times during the evening

In another eye-catching look – a black dress with comically square shoulders and silver sleeves – she put on one of the most notable performances of the evening: the premiere of the song “My Universe”, a collaboration between the superstar of the South Korean boy band BTS and indie icons Cold game

Seven-member group BTS were the biggest winner of the night, taking home some of the top awards of the ceremony, including Artist of the Year, Favorite Pop Duo or Group, and Pop Song. favorite for their single “Butter”, which they also performed live at the event.

The boys have taken the world by storm, especially in light of recent English song releases, including their recent track “Permission to Dance,” which was filmed inside the General Assembly of Nations. United Nations and has garnered millions of views on the UN Youtube channel. .

Their music often touches on positive topics related to today’s youth, like self-esteem and accepting change in the midst of the pandemic.

Members of the boy band BTS posing for a photo.

BTS recently released songs in English

Other big winners of the night included rapper Megan Thee Stallion, who won the award for female hip hop artist, as well as the favorite trending song for her track “Body” and the best hip-hop album for. Good news.

Doja Cat had the same number of wins, including Collaboration of the Year for “Kiss Me More” with R&B crooner SZA, favorite female R&B artist and R&B album for Planet Elle.

Lil Nas X and Olivia Rodrigo renew their victories

When it comes to music videos, Lil Nas X has had a year of winning streak. He won the favorite music video of the provocative video inspired by Greek mythology for his song “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)”, which was the subject of hype and controversy on social media, including a feud with the governor of South Dakota over his homoeroticism. contents.

The video and track also won top prize earlier this year at the MTV Music Video Awards.

It has also been a great year for singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo. The 18-year-old former Disney Channel actress was voted New Artist of the Year at the AMAs; she had won in the same category at the MTV Music Video Awards. His album, Sour, was released earlier this year, and she performed one of her tracks, “Traitor”, at the ceremony on Sunday.

However, the evening was not entirely devoted to newcomers.

In the categories of favorite male and female pop artists, two industry veterans came out on top: crooner Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift proved that you don’t have to be a newbie to woo fans.

Swift’s album Always was also voted Favorite Pop Album.

With his two victories, Swift extended his record as the most awarded artist in AMAs, having won an accolade 34 times over the years.

 New Kids on the Block sings on stage

The night also included a comeback performance by ’80s boy group New Kids on the Block.

The evening was packed with performances, including a comeback performance by two popular boy groups in the 1980s and early 90s: New Edition and New Kids on the Block. Both groups performed musical mashups of several of their hits, while visibly excited older participants sang in the audience.

The opening performance of the evening was performed by Bruno Mars and Anderson. Paak, who recently released a collaborative album, titled An evening with Silk Sonic.

Still, some signs of the ongoing pandemic have remained. Guests in the pit surrounding the stage were required to wear masks, while VIP guests did not have to wear masks, but sat in socially remote headquarters.

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American Music Awards crown South Korean group BTS Artist of the Year https://steveazarlive.com/american-music-awards-crown-south-korean-group-bts-artist-of-the-year/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://steveazarlive.com/american-music-awards-crown-south-korean-group-bts-artist-of-the-year/ [ad_1] South Korean superstars BTS were crowned Artist of the Year at the American Music Awards on Sunday, dismissing challenges from Taylor Swift, Drake and The Weeknd as they won a total of three awards and teamed up with Coldplay for a “My Universe “rowdy. and closed the show with “Butter”. “Seven boys from Korea, […]]]>


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South Korean superstars BTS were crowned Artist of the Year at the American Music Awards on Sunday, dismissing challenges from Taylor Swift, Drake and The Weeknd as they won a total of three awards and teamed up with Coldplay for a “My Universe “rowdy. and closed the show with “Butter”.

“Seven boys from Korea, united by the love of music, met the love and support of all armies around the world,” BTS’s RM said after the group won their Artist of the Year for the first time. “This is all a miracle. Seriously, we would never take this for granted.”

The group was also named Favorite Pop Duo or Group and received the Favorite Pop Song award for “Butter”.

The show celebrated the best popular music for a pandemic second year with a mix of live and pre-recorded performances. Silk Sonic’s Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak kicked off the awards on a funky, R&B, prerecorded note with their “Smokin Out the Window” and Jennifer Lopez prerecorded her “On My Way” from her upcoming romantic comedy “Marry Me.”

Coldplay and BTS perform “My Universe” at the American Music Awards on Sunday, November 21, 2021 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
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A previous scheduled performance of “Butter” by BTS and Megan Thee Stallion was dropped after the rapper cited personal reasons for dropping out on Saturday. She turned out to be a big winner: named favorite female hip-hop artist, her “Good News” won the award for favorite hip-hop album and her “Body” was crowned Favorite Trending Song, a new one. awards this year.

Olivia Rodrigo entered the evening with seven nominations in the lead, but only won the crown of Favorite New Artist of the Year. “Writing songs is my favorite thing around the world and I am very grateful to everyone who has adopted my music,” she said.

Rodrigo lost his favorite pop album to Taylor Swift’s “evermore”. In a recorded speech, Swift told her fans, “I’m so lucky to be in your life.” Swift also won the award for Favorite Female Pop Artist, giving her a career total of 34, the record for the most awarded artist in AMA history.

Rodrigo performed his hit “traitor” live on a flower covered stage and Carrie Underwood and Jason Aldean brought some country to the stage when they sang their pre-recorded duet “If I Didn’t Love You”. With a little help from Julieta Venegas and Tainy, Bad Bunny performed her hit “Lo Siento BB: /”.

Olivia Rodrigo plays "Traitor" at the American Music Awards on Sunday, November 21, 2021 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Olivia Rodrigo performs “Traitor” at the American Music Awards on Sunday, November 21, 2021 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
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Among the live performances, Italian band MÃ¥neskin made their US Awards debut with their viral hit “Beggin”. twerk. Mickey Guyton received loud cheers as he sang his patriotic song “All American” in a silver dress, periodically shouting “How are you?”

The fan-voted awards show was broadcast live from Los Angeles on ABC. The nominees were based on streaming, album and digital sales, radio broadcast and social activity, and reflect the period September 25, 2020 to September 23, 2021.

Becky G won the Favorite Female Latin Artist Award and gave thanks to the Latinx community. “You are not alone,” she said. “We are the American dream.”

Machine Gun Kelly won the Favorite Rock Artist Award. “I want to accept this for all budding musicians, whoever wants to play an instrument, wants to rap, wants to sing – not just rock artists, but all artists,” he said.

Earlier Sunday, in pre-show awards announced, Swift was named Favorite Female Pop Artist, Ed Sheeran received Favorite Male Award and Doja Cat with SZA on “Kiss Me More” was named Collaboration of the Year. Kanye West has been named Favorite Gospel Artist.

Underwood won the award for Favorite Inspirational Artist and Favorite Female Country Artist and Doja Cat also won two other awards: Favorite R&B Female Artist and her “Planet Her” was named Favorite R&B Album.

Favorite Rock Artist Award-winner Machine Gun Kelly poses in the American Music Awards press room on Sunday, November 21, 2021 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Favorite Rock Artist Award-winner Machine Gun Kelly poses in the American Music Awards press room on Sunday, November 21, 2021 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
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Luke Bryan was named Favorite Country Artist and Bad Bunny was Favorite Male Latin Artist. The Weeknd was crowned Favorite Male R&B Artist and Drake won Favorite Male Hip-Hop Artist. Gabby Barrett won Favorite Country Album for “Goldmine” and Favorite Country Song for “The Good Ones”.

For older viewers, New Edition and New Kids on the Block performed together. The Boston-based bands take turns with the hits, swapping hits: “You Got It (The Right Stuff”), “Candy Girl”, “Step By Step”, “Mr. Telephone Man” and banding together for “Can You Stand the Rain “,” Is This the End “,” Hangin ‘Tough “and” If it is not love “.

Favorite Latin album went to Bad Bunny’s “El Último Tour Del Mundo”.

Host Cardi B, wearing a constant stream of new outfits, turned the crowd upside down. Later, her song “Up” was named the favorite hip-hop song. The Associated Press was unable to transmit footage of Cardi B while she was on stage as her representatives needed approval, a restriction the PA would not agree to.

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How to watch the 2021 American Music Awards | the moving train https://steveazarlive.com/how-to-watch-the-2021-american-music-awards-the-moving-train/ Sun, 21 Nov 2021 10:00:00 +0000 https://steveazarlive.com/how-to-watch-the-2021-american-music-awards-the-moving-train/ [ad_1] The 2021 American Music Awards is almost there. Hosted by Cardi B to Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on November 21, 8 p.m. CET, the annual awards ceremony will feature performances by personalities such as Silk Sonic, Olivia Rodrigo, Bad Bunny, BTS, Coldplay, and more. Here’s how to log in: November 21, 7 p.m. […]]]>


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The 2021 American Music Awards is almost there.

Hosted by Cardi B to Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on November 21, 8 p.m. CET, the annual awards ceremony will feature performances by personalities such as Silk Sonic, Olivia Rodrigo, Bad Bunny, BTS, Coldplay, and more.

Here’s how to log in:

November 21, 7 p.m. ET, 8 p.m. CET we ABC, Hulu
November 21, 8 p.m. ET / PT Canada CTV.ca
November 22, 10 a.m. KST Korea TO CONCERN
November 22, 9 a.m. PHT Philippines TV5
November 22, 9 a.m. PHT Philippines GigaPlay

Discover the nominees here *:

ARTIST OF THE YEAR

Ariana Grande

BTS

Duck

Olivia rodrigo

Taylor Swift

The weekend

NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR

24kGold

Overlook

Masked wolf

Olivia rodrigo

Kid LAROI

COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR

24kGoldn ft. Iann Dior “Mood”

Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez “DÁKITI”

Chris Brown & Young Thug “Go Crazy”

Doja Cat ft. SZA “Kiss Me More”

Justin Bieber ft. Daniel Caesar & Giveon “Peaches”

FAVORITE TRENDING SONG

Erica Banks “Buss It”

MÃ¥neskin “Beggin ‘”

Megan Thee Stallion “Body”

Olivia Rodrigo “driving license”

Popp Hunna “Adderall (Corvette Corvette)”

FAVORITE MUSICAL VIDEO

Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak) “Leave the door open”

Cardi B “Up”

Lil Nas X “MONTERO (Call me by your name)”

Olivia Rodrigo “driving license”

The weekend “Save your tears”

FAVORITE MALE POP ARTIST

Duck

Ed sheeran

Justin bieber

Lil Nas X

The weekend

FAVORITE FEMALE POP ARTIST

Ariana Grande

Doja cat

Dua Lipa

Olivia rodrigo

Taylor Swift

POP DUO OR FAVORITE GROUP

AJR

BTS

Glass animals

Bordeaux 5

Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak)

FAVORITE POP ALBUM

Ariana Grande “Positions”

Dua Lipa “Nostalgia for the future”

Olivia Rodrigo “SOUR”

Taylor Swift “forever”

The Kid LAROI “F * CK LOVE”

FAVORITE POP SONG

BTS “Butter”

Doja Cat ft. SZA “Kiss Me More”

Dua Lipa “Levitation”

Olivia Rodrigo “driving license”

The Weeknd & Ariana Grande “Save Your Tears (Remix)”

FAVORITE COUNTRY ARTIST

Chris Stapleton

Jason aldean

Luke Bryan

Luc Combs

* Morgan Wallen

FAVORITE COUNTRY FEMALE ARTIST

Carrie Underwood

Gabby Barrett

Kacey musgraves

Maren Morris

Miranda Lambert

PREFERRED COUNTRY DUO OR GROUP

Dan + Shay

Florida Georgia Line

Lady A

Former Domination

Zac Brown Band

FAVORITE COUNTRY ALBUM

Chris Stapleton “Start Over”

Gabby Barrett “Gold Mine”

Lee Brice “Hey World”

Luke Bryan “Born here live here die here”

* Morgan Wallen “Dangerous: the double album”

FAVORITE COUNTRY SONG

Chris Stapleton “Start Over”

Chris Young and Kane Brown “Famous Friends”

Gabby Barrett “The good guys”

Luke Combs “Forever after all”

Walker Hayes “Fancy Like”

FAVORITE MALE HIP-HOP ARTIST

Duck

little baby

Money bag Yo

Polo G

Pop Smoke

FAVORITE HIP-HOP FEMALE ARTIST

Cardi B

Coi Leray

Erica Banks

Megan you stallion

Saweetie

FAVORITE HIP-HOP ALBUM

Drake “Certified Lover Boy”

WRLD Juice “Legends Never Die”

Megan Thee Stallion “Good News”

Pop Smoke “Shoot For The Stars Aim for the Moon”

Rod Wave “SoulFly”

FAVORITE HIP-HOP SONG

Cardi B “Up”

Internet Money ft. Gunna, Don Toliver & NAV “Lemonade”

Lil Tjay ft. 6LACK “Call my phone”

Polo G “RAPSTAR”

Pop Smoke “What You Know About Love”

FAVORITE MALE R&B ARTIST

Chris Brown

Overlook

Tank

The weekend

Bailiff

FAVORITE FEMALE R&B ARTIST

Doja cat

HER

Jazmine Sullivan

Jhené Aiko

SZA

FAVORITE R&B ALBUM

Cat Doja “Planet Her”

Giveon “When all is said and done … Take the time”

SOUND “Back of My Mind”

Jazmine Sullivan “Heaux Tales”

Queen Naija “misunderstood”

FAVORITE R&B SONG

Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak) “Leave the door open”

Chris Brown & Young Thug “Go Crazy”

Giveon “Anniversary of grief”

ITS “Damage”

Jazmine Sullivan “Take Back Your Feelings”

FAVORITE LATIN MALE ARTIST

Bad bunny

J. Balvin

Maluma

Ozuna

Rauw Alejandro

FAVORITE LATIN FEMALE ARTIST

Becky g

Kali Uchis

KAROL G

Natti natasha

ROSALÍA

FAVORITE LATIN DUO OR GROUP

Banda MS by Sergio Lizárraga

Caliber 50

Eslabon Armado

La Arrolladora Banda El Limón By Rene Camacho

Los Dos Carnales

FAVORITE LATIN ALBUM

Bad Bunny “EL LTIMO TOUR DEL MUNDO”

Kali Uchis “Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios)”

KAROL G “KG0516”

Maluma “PAPI JUANCHO”

Rauw Alejandro “Afrodisíaco”

FAVORITE LATIN SONG

Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez “DÁKITI”

Bad Bunny x ROSALÍA “LA NOCHE DE ANOCHE”

Farruko “Pepas”

Kali Uchis “telepathy”

Maluma & The Weeknd “Hawaii (Remix)”

FAVORITE ROCK ARTIST

AJR

Lower than ever

Foo fighters

Glass animals

Kelly machine gun

FAVORITE INSPIRATION ARTIST

CAIN

Carrie Underwood

Elevation worship

Lauren Daigle

Zach williams

FAVORITE GOSPEL ARTIST

Kanye west

Kirk franklin

Koryn hawthorne

Maverick city music

Tasha Cobbs Leonard

FAVORITE DANCE / ELECTRONIC ARTIST

David Guetta

ILLENIUM

Marshmello

Concerning

Tiësto


* The list will be updated as the winners are announced


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Walker Hayes loses his American Music Award nomination, but wins by performing at ceremony https://steveazarlive.com/walker-hayes-loses-his-american-music-award-nomination-but-wins-by-performing-at-ceremony/ Sun, 21 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://steveazarlive.com/walker-hayes-loses-his-american-music-award-nomination-but-wins-by-performing-at-ceremony/ [ad_1] Walker Hayes didn’t grab an American Music Award on Sunday night, but the Alabama country singer still managed to secure a victory. Hayes, 41, had been nominated for Favorite Country Song for “Fancy Like” but lost the award to Gabby Barrett and “The Good Ones”. However, the native of Mobile raised his profile by […]]]>


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Walker Hayes didn’t grab an American Music Award on Sunday night, but the Alabama country singer still managed to secure a victory.

Hayes, 41, had been nominated for Favorite Country Song for “Fancy Like” but lost the award to Gabby Barrett and “The Good Ones”.

However, the native of Mobile raised his profile by performing “Fancy Like” during the awards ceremony, broadcast live on ABC from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Hayes also walked the red carpet as a nominee, greeting fans with his wife, Laney Beville Hayes, by his side.

The AMAs are another momentous moment in Hayes’ big year.

“Fancy Like” reached No. 1 on the Billboard charts for digital country song sales in June and topped the Hot Country Songs chart in July. The song went viral on TikTok, was featured in an Applebee commercial, and sparked a remixed version that paired Hayes with Kesha.

Hayes made late night television appearances, performed “Fancy Like” on the CMT Artists of the Year special, and earned platinum certification for the Recording Industry Association of America single.

He recently released two other singles, “U Gurl” and “AA”. Monument Records also announced a release date for their “Country Stuff The Album”. It will be released on January 21 and will include “Fancy Like”, the two new singles and 10 other tracks.

Hayes began singing as a child at Spring Hill Baptist Church in Mobile and met his future wife, Laney Beville, at St. Paul’s Episcopal School, where they both performed in the musical ” Little Shop of Horrors “. The couple now have six children.

After studying music at Birmingham-Southern College, Hayes moved to Nashville in 2005 to write songs for a music publishing house. He has two albums and five EPs to his credit. Hayes’ latest EP, “Country Stuff” from 2021, features six tracks which are bundled into the new “Country Stuff the Album”.

Hayes will return to his home country in 2022 on his “Fancy Like” tour, performing on February 17 at the Saenger Theater in Mobile and on February 19 in Iron City in Birmingham.

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Two other Alabama-related artists, Florida Georgia Line and Zac Brown Band, were up for an American Music Award on Sunday, in the Favorite Country Duo or Group category. The prize went to Dan + Shay.

The Zac Brown Band features drummer Chris Fryar, a Birmingham native who lives in Mount Olive. Tyler Hubbard (from Monroe, GA) and Brian Kelley (from Ormond Beach, Florida) are the directors of Florida Georgia Line. Hubbard’s parents, the late Roy Wayne Hubbard and Amy Eady Hubbard, are from Bibb County. Hubbard has other relatives in Tuscaloosa and Centerville.

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BTS members exchange phone numbers with Lizzo at Harry Styles concert https://steveazarlive.com/bts-members-exchange-phone-numbers-with-lizzo-at-harry-styles-concert/ Sun, 21 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://steveazarlive.com/bts-members-exchange-phone-numbers-with-lizzo-at-harry-styles-concert/ [ad_1] The BTS members had fun at the 2021 American Music Awards on Sunday. They reportedly met Lizzo at Harry Styles’ concert and exchanged phone numbers with the singer. “It was fun” meeting Lizzo this weekend, said BTS member J-Hope in an exclusive interview with ET. The 27-year-old South Korean rapper also revealed that he […]]]>


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The BTS members had fun at the 2021 American Music Awards on Sunday. They reportedly met Lizzo at Harry Styles’ concert and exchanged phone numbers with the singer.

“It was fun” meeting Lizzo this weekend, said BTS member J-Hope in an exclusive interview with ET. The 27-year-old South Korean rapper also revealed that he danced so much during the concert that his shirt was covered in sweat.

The 2021 American Music Awards took place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday.

When host Cassie DiLaura asked the members of BTS if they had discussed anything regarding the potential collaboration between the singer and the boy group, Park Ji-min explained that the music was so loud they couldn’t not really having a conversation.

J-Hope intervened and noted that they had exchanged phone numbers. RM also praised Lizzo for being “so open” about the collaboration, adding, “She’s so on fire.”

The boy band added that they have waited to perform at the American Music Awards “for so, so long.”

“It’s like a dream,” Suga said. RM agreed and explained how they dreamed of performing at the American Music Awards. The 27-year-old singer also thanked fans, known as ARMY on social media.

“We actually dreamed of this dream, so it’s crazy!” noted RM. “We’re just here to have a good time. With ARMYs, with real people, not with AIs! “

ET shared a video of the interview on Twitter and wrote: “From jamming with Harry Styles at his #LoveOnTourLA to finally performing for their ARMYs at #AMAs – @bts_bighit are living the dream.”

The boy group, which consists of seven members – V, Suga, Jin, Jungkook, RM, Jimin and J-Hope – shared a series of photos on their official Twitter account with Lizzo. They captioned the photos: “We met @lizzo.”

Lizzo quoted the tweet and wrote: “I met @BTS_twt.”

Lizzo also shared a screenshot that showed the official BTS grip following her on Twitter. “Did we just become BFFS?” She wrote with a crying, red heart emoji.

BTS carried out “My Universe” with rock band Coldplay and “Butter” at the event.

South Korean group BTS enjoy churros during a recording of The Morning Mash Up ‘on SiriusXM Hits 1 Channel at SiriusXM Studios on April 12, 2019 in New York City. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz / Getty Images for SiriusXM


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