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.”
At the 2014 AMAs, the Dick Clark Award of Excellence was awarded for the first time, and it went to none other than Taylor Swift. Of course, she’s done everything possible to earn it with the performance of her new album "1989."
Although Selena Gomez is known for upbeat dance-pop hits like “Come & Get It” and “Love You Like a Love Song,” the 22-year-old slowed down the tempo of the 2014 American Music Awards with her heartfelt new single “The Heart Wants What It Wants.”
Iggy Azalea performed two songs during her first American Music Awards performance: “Fancy” and “Beg For It.” Only one of those two songs had their hook-singers present, though: while Charli XCX joined Azalea onstage to once again shout-out L.A. and Tokyo, “Beg For It” collaborator MØ was curiously absent from the AMAs, which aired on Sunday night (Nov. 23) live from Los Angeles.