Niall Horan, Imagine Dragons & Khalid Added to AMAs Performer Lineup

As the American Music Awards get closer, the roster of performers gets more and more star-studded. The latest to join the list of performers is Niall Horan, who announced on Twitter Friday morning (Nov. 10) that he will perform his Pop Songs No. 1 hit "Slow Hands" at the American Music Awards on Nov. 19. Shortly after that, the AMAs announced that Imagine Dragons and Khalid will come together on stage for their first-ever collaboration.

​Horan -- who just performed at the CMAs on Wednesday (Nov. 8), with Maren Morris -- is also nominated for new artist of the year along with James Arthur, Julia Michaels, Post Malone and Rae Sremmurd. He released his debut solo album Flicker, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, on Oct. 20, which marked the third One Direction member to debut their solo album atop the chart.

Imagine Dragons are up for two awards -- favorite duo/group - pop rock and favorite artist - alternative rock -- while Khalid received his first AMAs nomination for "Location," which is in the running for favorite song - soul/R&B. It's still unclear what exactly Imagine Dragons and Khalid will be performing together.

Check out the latest performer announcements below.

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