So who won the 2014 AMAs? One Direction won the coveted Artist of the Year and two other awards, while Taylor Swift captured the Dick Clark Award of Excellence, and Lorde was generally awesome. But plenty of other artists brought their A-game, as this was a star-studded night for the music industry.
At Sunday night's American Music Awards, you saw Selena Gomez bare her heart -- and Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Lopez bare so much more -- but there was plenty going on backstage at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater that didn't make it to your TV screens.
Lorde came home empty-handed at the 2014 American Music Awards, losing out in all four of her nominated categories. And while one could quibble about those results — losing out to Imagine Dragons in the alternative category was definitely a gut-punch — Lorde still reigned as the queen bee of the ceremony on Sunday night (Nov. 23).
Interscope has new videos coming from Eminem, Fergie, Gwen Stefani, and more -- and the company is going to let you know about them during the American Music Awards telecast on Sunday (Nov. 23), with the help of Chrysler.
Fergie is back with new solo material, and while she shouts out a whole bunch of cities in her new single “L.A. Love (La La),” only one made the actual title. Hours after rolling up to the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles in a party bus, Fergie made her stage return at the American Music Awards on Sunday night (Nov. 23) with the debut performance of “L.A. Love.”