Going into the 2019 American Music Awards, everyone’s eyes were at that point on Artist of the Decade recipient Taylor Swift as watchers eagerly anticipated whether she would, truth be told, play out her past hits and address her ongoing question with Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun over her right to do as such on the live awards show.
Swift did performed past hits like “Love Story,” “Shake It Off,” “Blank Space” and others. Be that as it may, she didn’t legitimately address Borchetta and Braun, simply discussing the significance of songwriting and making “something that will last.”
In any case, before the finish of the show, it was clear it was Swift’s night. The superstar vocalist musician won two aggressive honors, bringing her complete count of AMA prevails upon the course of her career to 25 (she had 23 profession wins preceding Sunday night’s show) and breaking Michael Jackson’s record of most AMA wins ever (the late King of Pop won 24 AMAs.)
Going into the night, the most designated artist was Post Malone, who had seven selections including nods for artist of the year, coordinated effort of the year and most favorite male artist – pop/rock.
Ariana Grande and Billie Eilish each went into the night with six nominations while Lil Nas X tied Swift with five nods.
The AMA selections depend on streaming, collection and digital song sales, radio radio airplay, social action and visiting. Champs are voted on completely by fans.
Ciara is facilitating the AMAs, airing live on ABC on the East Coast (tape deferred PT), from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.