During the 2021 American Music Awards which was held on Sunday November 21, there were fabulous performances from everyone of the artistes on the day.
Soon after a flawless opening performance from Silk Sonic, the fun proceeded from that point, with other fine displays additionally adding up to the award ceremony.
There was also a tip top performance from Bruno Mars, BTS, Coldplay, Bad Bunny and a few other artistes who made the evening a memorable one for the audience present.
It was an evening of AMA debut performances, with Olivia Rodrigo making that big appearance for an amazing presentation of “Traitor,” the fourth single from her record-crushing collection, “Sour.”
Then, at that point, came in front of the massive audience the three-time AMA winner Jennifer Lopez. Almost all entertainers set up a great work, but JLo conveyed a ‘magical’ show of her newly released tune “On My Way” from the soundtrack of her forthcoming film, ‘Marry Me’.
Jennifer Lopez gave a first class show, which called for an overwhelming applause by guests and fans at the “2021 American Music Awards” (AMAs).
From the beginning of the performance, which outdoored her new track “On My Way”, it plainly portrayed that Lopez’s new tune will be successful.
The short but show-stopping performance accompanied an exceptional stage gestures, which had her change from ‘All Black’ to a complete ‘All light Brown’ wedding outfit before ending her gig beautifully.
Meanwhile, the official video of ‘On My Way’ has been released with millions of people already enjoying it on YouTube.
Watch The Performance Below:
Chlöe made her AMA performance debut from the Xfinity Stage, with her debut single, “Have Mercy.” Whilst Walker Hayes marked his AMAs debut with a fun performance of his viral song, “Fancy Like.”
This year’s “AMA Song of the Soul” segment honored German singer/songwriter Zoe Wees for her powerhouse performance of “Girls Like Us.”
Five-time AMA winner Kane Brown performed his hit “One Mississippi” at Tennessee State University (TSU), a notable HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities). Brown also gave fans a look into his Tennessee and Georgia roots leading into his performance.