Selena Gomez Performs New New music for To start with Time at AMAs 2019 – Hollywood Reporter



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5:twelve PM PST 11/24/2019

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Allison Crist

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The actress-singer-producer took the stage at the Microsoft Theater in her very first televised, stay general performance in two years.

Selena Gomez kicked off the 2019 American Music Awards on Sunday night with a double overall performance of her new singles, “Drop You To Love Me” and “Glance At Her Now.”

The rendition of Gomez’s psychological ballad “Get rid of You To Enjoy Me,” was shot in black and white, with her donning a ground-length, extended-sleeved black dress. When it came time for the upbeat “Glimpse At Her Now,” Gomez reappeared in a sparkly bodysuit (and in color).

The AMAs’ cameras showed a variety of audience members singing and dancing along with Gomez, which includes her close mate Taylor Swift.

Gomez’s past televised effectiveness was also at the AMAs, in which she done “Wolves” in 2017. Her other AMA performances were being in 2014 and 2015 — the latter of which was the identical calendar year Gomez introduced her most modern albumRevival.

“Drop You To Adore Me,” which marked Gomez’s to start with-at any time Billboard Warm 100 No. 1 strike, alongside with the observe-up solitary “Appear At Her Now,” are a component of her future untitled album, which is slated for a Jan. ten launch. Gomez formerly explained the album as her “diary from the previous couple of years.”

While Gomez just isn’t up for any AMAs this 12 months, she’s earlier been nominated for two, 1 of which — beloved pop/rock female artist — she won in 2016.

Extra performers set to acquire the AMAs phase all through Sunday evening involve Swift, Eco-friendly Working day, Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Article Malone showcasing Ozzy Osbourne, Thomas Rhett, Shania Twain, and additional.

Hosted by Ciara, the 2019 AMAs are airing stay from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on ABC. 

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  • Allison Crist