The American Music Awards, airing this month on ABC, announced that this year’s ceremony will feature performances by Kelly Clarkson and Demi Lovato.
The broadcast is set for Sunday, Nov. 19. Produced by dick clark productions, the ceremony is billed as the world’s largest fan-voted awards show.
Clarkson, a four-time American Music Award winner, brought the house down during her last American Music Awards performance in 2012 with a medley of her hits “Miss Independent,” “Since U Been Gone,” “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” and “Catch My Breath.” This year she will perform a new single off her just released album “Meaning of Life.”
“Lovato will treat fans to her soulful, unapologetic single, ‘Sorry Not Sorry,’ off her latest album, ‘Tell Me You Love Me,’ which hit No. 1 on the iTunes album chart in the U.S. and 37 countries around the world,” the announcement notes.
Other artists scheduled to appear include Diana Ross, Christina Aguilera, BTS and Selena Gomez.
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