A scantily clad Jennifer Lopez is joined by Iggy Azalea for an energetic live performance of her new single 'Booty' at the 2014 American Music Awards. The song is from her newest album 'A.K.A.', released in June 2014.
Everyone's favourite boyband dished the dirt at the American Music Awards
One Direction are, quite simply, the best Artist of the Year. While this fact is already known by many of the boy band’s fans, it was unanimously proved at the American Music Awards when the boys scooped the Artist of the Year award and Favourite Pop Group.
The boys were crowned Artist of the Year at the AMAs
But having all this fame, fortune and adoration must have changed them in so many ways - surely they’re higher maintenance than they ever were?
Luke Bryan talks success at the American Music Awards
Luke Bryan is an American country singer-songwriter who has had phenomenal success, chalking up 11 number one singles in his career to date. Fortunately for us mere mortals he was willing to share his secrets and tell everyone exactly how he’s achieved them and what it feels like to have hit the number one spot so many times.
Luke Bryan won Favourite Country Male Artist at the AMAs
Speaking at the American Music Awards, he said: "Everytime you get a number you thank God and you never take it for granted.
Continue reading: Luke Bryan Doesn't Take His 11 Number 1s For Granted
Becky G talks Katy Perry at American Music Awards
Becky G may be a 17-year-old star in her own right having shot herself to recognition by posting several videos of herself performing remixes of popular songs but it seems the American rapper, singer, actress and dancer is still happy to get a little help from the super, super stars.
Speaking at the American Music Awards, Becky G explained what she learned about the music world and touring when she supported Katy Perry and Jason Derulo.
Continue reading: Katy Perry Was Huge Inspiration For Becky G On Tour
Nick talks favourite artists and songs at the American Music Awards
Nick Jonas stutted his stuff on the AMA red carpet
Look dapper in a smart suit, the 22-year-old musician was without his one-time partners in crime, Kevin and Joe, who had previously won at the awards as the Jonas Brothers in 2008.
Continue reading: Nick Jonas' Ideal Collaboration Is Prince
Mary J Blige says being true to her fans and taking risks is the key to staying relevant.
Fresh from being named the most successful R&B artist of all time by Billboard magazine, Mary J. Blige has explained why she believes she has stayed relevant over the past 25 years. The singer - who releases her latest album The London Sessions on December 2 - was speaking on the red-carpet at the American Music Awards, where she also performed.
Mary J. Blige at the American Music Awards in 2014
"Being myself, but not being afraid to take risks" she said when asked the key to staying popular in an ever-changing music business, "Staying true to my fans and knowing they are the reason that have gotten me here. And staying rounded and spiritual and prayerful. Knowing that God is first. That's what did it. Not wavering at all."
Continue reading: Mary J. Blige Reveals How She Stayed Relevant for 25 Years
Lorde performs her newest single 'Yellow Flicker Beat', from 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Pt. 1' soundtrack, live at the 2014 American Music Awards. The track was produced by Paul Epworth and released in September 2014.
Wyclef Jean and MAGIC! Collaborate on a medley performance of their respective singles 'Divine Sorrow' and 'Rude' live at the 2014 American Music Awards. The latter single was a US and UK number one on its 2013 release.