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.
The show, which will broadcast live from Los Angeles at The Microsoft Theatre, will be hosted by Taraji P. Henson. The American Music Awards airs at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, and is produced by dick clark productions.
The AMAs is the world’s largest fan-voted awards show. Nominations are based on key fan interactions that include streaming, as well as album and song sales, radio airplay and social activity. Billboard and data partners MRC Data and Next Big Sound track the measurements, which reflect the period of Sept. 27, 2019, to Sept. 24, 2020.
Voting is currently open for all categories. To cast your vote, visit TheAMAs.com.
dick clark productions, producer of the American Music Awards, is owned by MRC Entertainment, which also owns Billboard.