2020 American Music Awards: The Weeknd, Justin Bieber Join Performers’ List

Published: Wednesday 18th Nov 2020 by Rashad

The 2020 American Music Awards is en route to being the biggest TV event of the year thanks to the growing list of high profile stars set to present or perform at its 48th annual ceremony, which will air live on ABC Sunday (November 22).

Sending fans into a frenzy with the announcement Academy and EMMY-Award nominated actress Taraji P. Henson had been tapped host the affair from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles (as we reported here), now music lovers have even more reason to tune in thanks to reports Canadian hitmakers Justin Bieber The Weeknd are set to rock its stage.

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Thanks to their respective 2020 chart-topping albums, ‘Changes’ and ‘After Hours,’ Bieber and The Weeknd (born Abel Tesfaye) not only dominated the Billboard 200 but also saw those projects spawn multiple Hot 100 hits.  As the year’s top-performing male acts, it’s only fitting they bring their brigade of bops to the AMAs stage.

While Justin is likely to perform his latest top 20 hit, ‘Lonely,’ Tesfaye will reportedly crank out a Kenny G-assisted rendition of his top 20 smash, ‘In Your Eyes,’ and also give the first televised performance of ‘After Hours’ cut, ‘Save Your Tears.’

Bieber and The Weeknd’s addition fills out an already star-studded performance roster for the telecast, which includes previously announced performers Dua Lipa, BTS, Nelly, Megan Thee Stallion, Shawn Mendes, Lil Baby, and many more.

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  1. Erica November 18, 2020

    Is Doja performing or nah, at this point she’s the only person consistently delivering something 🔥

  2. Lima November 18, 2020

    gets worse and more boring from year to year

  3. Nicky November 18, 2020


    Camicky Cabelly nowhere to be seen. Multiple flops. Cancelled tour. Flop Album

    AMAs said No.

    But her pyscho fan will say that she’s busy for AMAs 😂😂😂

  4. 1988 (Celebrating the return of the 88′ L.A. Dodgers!) November 18, 2020

    American Music Awards 2020 is a must watch now! 🙂


  5. 🍭marilyn monh-O-E🍭(💫Perfectly Splendid✨) November 18, 2020

    In your eyes deserved #1. Too bad blinding light is still blocking the song enter top 10. Im hoping in your eyes will chart higher after the performance

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