Lauren Jauregui, Sofia Carson, Nick Viall, AJ Gibson, Raja Kumari and Jaymes Vaughan will host the 2019 “AMAs Red Carpet Live Presented by Security Benefit.” The official pre-show for this year’s AMAs will stream live for two hours before the awards show exclusively on Twitter so fans can watch and engage in real-time conversation.
The red carpet pre-show will include interviews with nominees, performers and presenters, beginning at 6:00 p.m. ET and ending at 8:00 p.m. ET when the AMAs is set to officially start. “I need questions for your fave artists…OK GO!!!” Gibson tweeted today (Nov. 19).
The 2019 AMAs will broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Calif. Sunday, Nov. 24 at 8:00 p.m. ET on ABC.
See what this year’s pre-show hosts are already saying about their latest (and for some, their first) hosting gig:
–♥? see you Sunday #AMAs @AMAs https://t.co/501iJX31YA
— Sofia Carson (@SofiaCarson) November 19, 2019
HOW IS THIS REAL LIFE?!? —
Ummmm I get to work with Queen @LaurenJauregui & I’m so pumped!!! I know you all ADORE her (as do I)…any advice?!? This is her first hosting gig…I can’t mess this up! — #AMAs #LaurenJauregui https://t.co/rDIzWVOeGo
— AJ Gibson (@AJGibson) November 19, 2019
Excited to share that I’ll be hosting this years @AMAs Red Carpet LIVE presented by @securitybenefit!! It all starts Sunday at 6pm ET/3pm PT at https://t.co/zgmwnaYCTv. #AMAs pic.twitter.com/E4emNfSy0K
— Nick Viall (@viallnicholas28) November 19, 2019
SO EXCITED to announce that I’ll be hosting this year’s @AMAs Red Carpet Live presented by @securitybenefit! Join me Sunday at 6pm ET/3pm PT at https://t.co/iT1hIPKLQm #AMAs pic.twitter.com/bb9D3Dm28G
— Raja Kumari (@TheRajaKumari) November 19, 2019
Y’all OMG I’m so excited! I can now announce that I’m hosting this year’s @AMAs Red Carpet LIVE presented by @SecurityBenefit! Aww yeahhh boy!!
Join me this Sunday to watch it all live at 6pm ET/3pm PT at https://t.co/3sIHECYdoR #AMAs pic.twitter.com/DR6S6xjYJ9
— Jaymes Vaughan (@JaymesV) November 19, 2019
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