Billie Eilish is returning to the American Music Awards stage for the Sunday, Nov. 22, ceremony. The 18-year-old, who performed "All the Good Girls Go to Hell" at last year's event, will this time be delivering the world-premiere performance of her brand new song "Therefore I Am," which was released Thursday (Nov. 12).
At last year's ceremony, Eilish also went home with two awards: new artist of the year and favorite artist - alternative rock. She's nominated again this year for favorite artist - alternative rock, as well as favorite social artist.
Eilish joins a long list of celebrated artists who will be performing at this year's ceremony. Among them are Jennifer Lopez and Maluma -- who were announced earlier in the day -- performing their tunes "Pa' Ti" and "Lonely"; K-pop superstars BTS with hit "Dynamite"; Shawn Mendes making his fifth appearance; Lil Baby with "Emotionally Scarred" live for the first time; Bad Bunny with Jhay Cortez; Megan Thee Stallion; and Dua Lipa.