Jennifer Lopez and Maluma to Perform at 2020 American Music Awards

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Jennifer Lopez and Maluma have joined the performer roster for the upcoming 2020 American Music Awards. The dynamic duo will take the stage alongside an already jam-packed performance slate that includes Shawn MendesMegan Thee StallionLil BabyBad BunnyBTS and Dua Lipa.

Marry Me co-stars Lopez and Maluma will team up for the premiere performances of their collaborations "Pa' Ti" and "Lonely" on the Taraji P. Henson-hosted show, which will air on ABC on Nov.  22 at 8 p.m. ET.  "The Lopez and Maluma collaboration emphasizes the undeniable crossover success of Latin music this year, as the show has also expanded categories in both Latin and hip-hop genres to match its overarching popularity," reads a statement from the show.

“Pa’ Ti” and “Lonely” are two of the songs the pair co-wrote for the soundtrack to Marry Me, and the performances will mark Maluma's AMAs debut. The awards show will air live from the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles for the 14th consecutive year. The 2020 American Music Awards is produced by dick clark productions. Amy Thurlow, Barry Adelman, Mark Bracco and Linda Gierahn are executive producers. Larry Klein is producer.

Nominations are based on key fan interactions, including streaming, album and digital song sales, radio airplay and social activity. These measurements are tracked by Billboard and its data partners MRC Data and Next Big Sound, and reflect the time period of Sept. 27, 2019, through Sept. 24, 2020.

Voting is now open for all AMA categories. Fans can access the official voting ballot for the AMAs directly by visiting For the latest American Music Awards news, follow the AMAs on social (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube), online at and, and join the conversation by using the official hashtag for the show, #AMAs.

dick clark productions, producer of the American Music Awards, is owned by MRC Entertainment, which also owns Billboard.

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