2019 American Music Awards Performers Revealed
The 2019 American Music Awards is bringing the girl power this year, with a handful of captivating female artists announced as performers.
Eilish is nominated for a whopping six awards this year, including Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist, Favorite Pop/Rock Album for When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, New Artist of the Year, Favorite Music Video for "Bad Guy," Favorite Social Artist and Favorite Alternative Rock Artist. This also marks Eilish's first-ever performance at an award show.
Lizzo is nominated for three awards, for New Artist of the Year, Soul/R&B Favorite Female Artist and Favorite Soul/R&B Song for "Juice." This marks the "Truth Hurts" singer's first time performing on the AMAs.
Cabello is nominated for Collaboration of the Year for "Señorita” alongside her boyfriend, Shawn Mendes. Last year, the "Easy" singer performed her ballad "Consequences" and took home the Favorite Pop/Rock Song for "Havana."
Dua Lipa is not nominated for an award this year, as she has been working on a new album. She performed a stunning mashup of "One Kiss" and "Electricity" at last year's show.
Selena Gomez was previously announced as a performer and she is set to give the world premiere performance of new music, which fans have speculated is one of her two singles, "Lose You to Love Me" or "Look at Her Now."
The 2019 AMAs will broadcast live from Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater, and will air at 8 PM ET on ABC.