Taylor Swift receiving the Artist Of The Decade award and putting on a power-packed performance, Selena Gomez’s phenomenal red carpet appearance, and Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello once again going all out on the PDA, the American Music Awards 2019 was full of surprises.
With singer Ciara as host, the night was nothing short of spectacular. Taylor, Halsey and Camila took the stage together (it doesn’t get better than that!), while Selena gave us a moving performance. Some of the major highlights from the 47th edition of the AMAs include Billie Eilish making her award show debut and Jenna Dewan debuting her baby bump on the red carpet. From the night’s energetic numbers to epic tributes, the show gave us plenty to talk about.
Scroll through our gallery to catch the best moments from the 2019 American Music Awards:
Just going leave this picture of Selena Gomez looking absolutely electrifying in a neon Versace mini right here.
Call her Senorita, because we're ready to hand Camila Cabello the best dressed award.
Halsey took home the AMA for Best Pop/Rock Song, Without me, and pal Taylor Swift had the sweetest reaction.
Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello couldn't keep their hands off of each other and well, we'll never be the same now.
That pregnancy glow tho! Jenna Dewan rocked AMAs red carpet while showing off her baby bump.
Lizzo turned up with the most epic Valentino bag, which (TBH) needs its own Insta account, like now.
Kesha made a triumphant return to the AMAs stage, performing her new song, Raising Hell, and throwing it back to her first single, Tik Tok. '90s kids, where y'all at?
Selena returned to the AMAs after two years with an emotional performance to her latest song, Lose You to Love Me (which is apparently about her ex-beau Justin Bieber).
Brit singer Dua Lipa and American model Anwar Hadid were WAY too cute on the red carpet.
We witnessed this powerful trio in their full form. And if we may say so ourselves, WOW.
Post Malone was the proudest pal when Billie Eilish won her first-ever AMA for Favourite Alternative Artist.
Ladies and gentlemen, would you please stand up for the AMAs Artist Of The Decade?