The list of performers for this year’s ceremony keeps growing!
Demi Lovato and Kelly Clarkson will be back on stage of the American Music Awards. The news was announced on Monday by ABC and Dick Clark productions, and confirmed by Demi and Kelly themselves via their official Twitter accounts.
Clarkson will perform a “brand new single” from her most recent album “Meaning of Life”—her eighth top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart—as well as a “fan-favorite, surprise track.” Lovato will offer a presentation of his hit “Sorry Not Sorry”, from his album “Tell Me You Love Me” – which reached number 1 on the list of iTunes albums in the United States and 27 other countries.
Clarkson last performed at the AMAs in 2012 with a medley of her hits “Miss Independent,” “Since U Been Gone,” “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” and “Catch My Breath.” Lovato last performed at the AMAs in 2015, where she sang her track “Confident” and also joined Alanis Morissette for a rendition of the latter’s iconic hit “You Oughta Know.”
Lovato and Clarkson join a bill that includes Korean boyband BTS, Selena Gomez, Diana Ross and Christina Aguilera. Additional performers should be announced soon.