AMAs 2022 PERFORMANCES: Pink and Carrie Underwood lead star-studded musical acts

AMAs 2022 PERFORMANCES: Pink impressively glides to the stage on rollerskates as Carrie Underwood showcases aerial acrobatics as they lead star-studded acts

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Pink started off the 2022 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday with a thrilling roller skate performance.

The Get the Party Started musician, 43, gracefully glided to the stage in a pair of hot pink wheels as she performed a live debut of her new song Never Gonna Not Dance Again. 

Meanwhile Country princess Carrie Underwood, 39, showed off her aerial acrobatic skills while floating in a cage above the audience as she flexed her limbs and vocals while singing Crazy Angels, from her album Denim & Rhinestones.

Fun night: Pink started off the 2022 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday with a thrilling roller skate performance

Fun night: Pink started off the 2022 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday with a thrilling roller skate performance

Pink was accompanied by a number of dancers for her funky high-energy performance.

The superstar looked cool as ever in a bedazzled pink bodysuit and tiny shorts, which she paired with black fishnets.

She finalized the look with a unique blue and pink jacket with sleeves made out of teddy bears.  

Too cool: The Get the Party Started musician, 43, gracefully glided to the stage in a pair of hot pink wheels as she performed a live debut of her new song Never Gonna Not Dance Again

Too cool: The Get the Party Started musician, 43, gracefully glided to the stage in a pair of hot pink wheels as she performed a live debut of her new song Never Gonna Not Dance Again

High energy: Pink was accompanied by a number of dancers for her funky high-energy performance

High energy: Pink was accompanied by a number of dancers for her funky high-energy performance

Bedazzled: The superstar looked cool as ever in a bedazzled pink bodysuit and tiny shorts, which she paired with black fishnets

Bedazzled: The superstar looked cool as ever in a bedazzled pink bodysuit and tiny shorts, which she paired with black fishnets

The performance started out with a colorful pre-taped segment with Pink singing, ‘Oh, I just wanna pop and lock to my records/There go all of my clothes. Never gonna not dance again.’ 

She later returned to the stage for a second performance, honoring the late singer-actress, Olivia Newton-John, who died back in August at 73 after a long battle with breast cancer.

Pink changed into a beautiful champagne-toned feather gown while singing Olivia’s hit Hopelessly Devoted To You. 

Aerial acrobatics: Country princess Carrie Underwood, 39, showed off her aerial acrobatic skills while floating in a cage above the audience as she flexed her limbs and vocals

Aerial acrobatics: Country princess Carrie Underwood, 39, showed off her aerial acrobatic skills while floating in a cage above the audience as she flexed her limbs and vocals 

Risky moves: She sang Crazy Angels, from her album Denim & Rhinestones, while performing risky moves in the air

Risky moves: She sang Crazy Angels, from her album Denim & Rhinestones, while performing risky moves in the air

Mesmerizing: Carrie floated in the air looking effortless as she entertained the crowd

Mesmerizing: Carrie floated in the air looking effortless as she entertained the crowd 

Cool gal: The singer eventually floated all the way to the stage, where she got out of her aerial contraption and began performing in her sporty metallic pink and blue catsuit

Cool gal: The singer eventually floated all the way to the stage, where she got out of her aerial contraption and began performing in her sporty metallic pink and blue catsuit

Sporty yet cute: Carrie was nominated for Female Artist-Country and Best Country Album for Denim & Rhinestones at the event

Sporty yet cute: Carrie was nominated for Female Artist-Country and Best Country Album for Denim & Rhinestones at the event

AMAs 2022 WINNERS: AT A GLANCE

 ARTIST OF THE YEAR: Taylor Swift

NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR: Dove Cameron

FAVORITE POP SONG: Harry Styles – As It Was

FAVORITE COUNTRY ALBUM: Taylor Swift – Red

FAVORITE MALE HIP-HOP ARTIST: Kendrick Lamar

FAVORITE FEMALE HIP-HOP ARTIST: Nicki Minaj

FAVORITE MALE R&B ARTIST: Chris Brown

FAVORITE FEMALE R&B ARTIST: Beyoncé

FAVORITE MALE LATIN ARTIST: Bad Bunny

FAVORITE FEMALE LATIN ARTIST: Anitta

FAVORITE ROCK ARTIST: Machine Gun Kelly

 FAVORITE ROCK SONG: Måneskin – Beggin’

FAVORITE AFROBEATS ARTIST: Wizkid

FAVORITE MUSIC VIDEO: Taylor Swift – All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)

FAVORITE MALE POP ARTIST: Harry Styles

FAVORITE FEMALE POP ARTIST: Taylor Swift

FAVORITE POP GROUP OR DUO: BTS

FAVORITE POP ALBUM: Taylor Swift – Red (Taylor’s Version)

FAVORITE MALE COUNTRY ARTIST: Morgan Wallen

FAVORITE FEMALE COUNTRY ARTIST: Taylor Swift

FAVORITE COUNTRY DUO OR GROUP: Dan + Shay

FAVORITE K-POP ARTIST: BTS

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Meanwhile Underwood eventually floated all the way to the stage, where she got out of her aerial contraption and began performing in her sporty metallic pink and blue catsuit.

The songstress was nominated for Female Artist-Country and Best Country Album for Denim & Rhinestones at the event.

Bebe Rexha, 33, kept up the positive energy and looked incredible while giving a futuristic performance of ‘I’m Good (Blue).’

Futuristic: Bebe Rexha, 33, looked incredible while giving a futuristic performance of 'I’m Good (Blue)'

Futuristic: Bebe Rexha, 33, looked incredible while giving a futuristic performance of ‘I’m Good (Blue)’ 

Hypnotizing: The blonde beauty took the stage in a shiny metallic catsuit, as she performed her and David Guetta‘s dance hit

Hypnotizing: The blonde beauty took the stage in a shiny metallic catsuit, as she performed her and David Guetta‘s dance hit

Unique performance: She was joined by a bevy of male dancers sporting green and black head pieces

Unique performance: She was joined by a bevy of male dancers sporting green and black head pieces

The blonde beauty took the stage in a shiny metallic catsuit, as she performed her and David Guetta‘s dance hit.

She was joined by a bevy of male dancers sporting green and black head pieces. 

Latin sensation Anitta, 29 – who won the Female Latin Artist award –  surprised the audience by bringing out Missy Elliott, 51, for an unforgettable  performance of her hit song Lobby.

Missy! Meanwhile Latin sensation Anitta, 29, surprised the audience by bringing out Missy Elliott, 51, for an unforgettable performance of her hit song Lobby

Missy! Meanwhile Latin sensation Anitta, 29, surprised the audience by bringing out Missy Elliott, 51, for an unforgettable performance of her hit song Lobby

Dynamic duo: Anitta started our her sultry performance with her other single, Envolver, wearing a black catsuit, with glittering boots, before she was joined by Missy

Dynamic duo: Anitta started our her sultry performance with her other single, Envolver, wearing a black catsuit, with glittering boots, before she was joined by Missy

90's icon: Missy later appeared looking iconic as ever in a silver Versace outfit, matching shiny sneakers, and Bantu knots, while rapping her famous verse

90’s icon: Missy later appeared looking iconic as ever in a silver Versace outfit, matching shiny sneakers, and Bantu knots, while rapping her famous verse

Too cool: She completed her outfit with large hoops and oversized black sunglasses

Too cool: She completed her outfit with large hoops and oversized black sunglasses

Hugs: The duo shared a warm hug onstage

Hugs: The duo shared a warm hug onstage

Anitta started our her sultry performance with her other single, Envolver, wearing a black catsuit, with glittering boots and a matching belt.

She showed off her famous choreography with two male dancers. 

Missy later appeared as she joined the performance looking iconic as ever in a silver Versace outfit, matching shiny sneakers, and Bantu knots, while rapping her famous verse. She completed her outfit with large hoops and oversized black sunglasses.

Rap stars: Another hot duo at the awards proved to be GloRilla, 23, and Cardi B, 30, who knocked out their first television performance of 'Tomorrow 2'

Rap stars: Another hot duo at the awards proved to be GloRilla, 23, and Cardi B, 30, who knocked out their first television performance of ‘Tomorrow 2’

Surprise! The young rapper started out her performance while sitting on a motorcycle, before Cardi surprised the audience by showing up in a purple convertible

Surprise! The young rapper started out her performance while sitting on a motorcycle, before Cardi surprised the audience by showing up in a purple convertible

X-rated: Cardi launched into her X-rated portion of the song, which was mostly bleeped out

X-rated: Cardi launched into her X-rated portion of the song, which was mostly bleeped out 

Nominated: Both GloRilla and Cardi were nominated for favorite female hip-hop artist at the event, but Nicki Minaj nabbed the award

Nominated: Both GloRilla and Cardi were nominated for favorite female hip-hop artist at the event, but Nicki Minaj nabbed the award

Passionate: She gave a passionate performance in a blue bodysuit and dramatic silver hoops

Passionate: She gave a passionate performance in a blue bodysuit and dramatic silver hoops 

‘Missy and Anitta, we rollin’ up to the party/That hottie, he can get the keys to my Bugatti. From the roof take it down (down)/We goin’ two rounds (rounds).’

The ladies finished their performance side-by-side before giving each other a hug. 

Anitta later thanked her fans and her entire country for her win, saying: ‘Without you guys and my whole country Brazil, I wouldn’t be here today.’ 

Return: Pink later returned to the stage for a second performance, honoring the late singer-actress, Olivia Newton-John

Return: Pink later returned to the stage for a second performance, honoring the late singer-actress, Olivia Newton-John

Tribute: Olivia - who died back in August after a long battle with breast cancer - was pictured on the screen behind the singer

Tribute: Olivia – who died back in August after a long battle with breast cancer – was pictured on the screen behind the singer 

Lovely: Pink passionately performed Olivia's hit Hopelessly Devoted To You

Lovely: Pink passionately performed Olivia’s hit Hopelessly Devoted To You

Champagne and feathers: The superstar changed into a beautiful champagne-toned feather gown for the performance

Champagne and feathers: The superstar changed into a beautiful champagne-toned feather gown for the performance 

Another hot duo at the awards proved to be GloRilla, 23, and Cardi B, 30, who knocked out their first television performance of ‘Tomorrow 2.’

The young rapper started out her performance while sitting on a motorcycle, with a fiery skyline behind her.

Cardi then surprised the audience by showing up in a purple convertible and launching into her X-rated portion of the song, which was mostly bleeped out. 

Both GloRilla and Cardi were nominated for favorite female hip-hop artist at the event, but Nicki Minaj nabbed the award. 

Ab-licious! Dan Reynolds, 35, of Imagine Dragons pleased his fans with not only his performance, but also his ripped physique, as he sang with his shirt open

Ab-licious! Dan Reynolds, 35, of Imagine Dragons pleased his fans with not only his performance, but also his ripped physique, as he sang with his shirt open

Magnetic: The band performed their single, Enemy, with a guest appearance from rapper J.I.D, 32

Magnetic: The band performed their single, Enemy, with a guest appearance from rapper J.I.D, 32

Double trouble: The hip hop star sported black leather pants and a sleeveless white shirt with a blood stain while performing with the rocker

Double trouble: The hip hop star sported black leather pants and a sleeveless white shirt with a blood stain while performing with the rocker

Matching: Dan also sang their hit song, Bones, as he was accompanied by dancers sporting all-black outfits

Matching: Dan also sang their hit song, Bones, as he was accompanied by dancers sporting all-black outfits

Showing off: The handsome singer accessorized his outfit with a simple gold chain

Showing off: The handsome singer accessorized his outfit with a simple gold chain 

Dan Reynolds, 35, of Imagine Dragons pleased his fans with not only his performance, but also his ripped physique, as he sang with his shirt open and put his impressive abs on display. 

The band performed their single, Enemy, with a guest appearance from 32-year-old rapper J.I.D.

Dan also sang their hit song, Bones, as he was accompanied by dancers sporting all-black outfits.

Let's keep it going: Rapper Lil Baby, 27, kept the party going by performing a few of the hits from his third studio album It’s Only Me

Let’s keep it going: Rapper Lil Baby, 27, kept the party going by performing a few of the hits from his third studio album It’s Only Me

Coming with the hits: His song selection included 'In a Minute' and 'California Breeze'

Coming with the hits: His song selection included ‘In a Minute’ and ‘California Breeze’

Setting the mood: Baby wore a light lavender fuzzy sweater and tan pants with a number of chains as he sang on a smoky stage

Setting the mood: Baby wore a light lavender fuzzy sweater and tan pants with a number of chains as he sang on a smoky stage

Rapper Lil Baby, 27, kept the party going by performing a few of the hits from his third studio album It’s Only Me.

His song selection included ‘In a Minute’ and ‘California Breeze.’ 

Baby wore a light lavender fuzzy sweater and tan pants with a number of chains as he sang on a smoky stage. 

Lil Baby was nominated for Favorite Male Hip-Hop Artist at the event, alongside Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Future and Lil Durk. 

Red hot: Dove Cameron, 26, gave a sensual rendition of her hit 'Boyfriend' wearing a red hot bra underneath a cropped black blazer

Red hot: Dove Cameron, 26, gave a sensual rendition of her hit ‘Boyfriend’ wearing a red hot bra underneath a cropped black blazer

Sensual: The bisexual singer serenaded a stunning female dancer, who performed in a glittering red dress with a saucy slit

Sensual: The bisexual singer serenaded a stunning female dancer, who performed in a glittering red dress with a saucy slit

A kiss: At one point she gave the dancer a kiss on the hand

A kiss: At one point she gave the dancer a kiss on the hand

Wow: She crooned the lyrics: 'I could be a better boyfriend than him/ I could do the s*** that he never did/ Up all night, I won't quit/ Thinking I'm gonna steal you from him'

Wow: She crooned the lyrics: ‘I could be a better boyfriend than him/ I could do the s*** that he never did/ Up all night, I won’t quit/ Thinking I’m gonna steal you from him’

Dove Cameron, 26, gave a sensual rendition of her hit ‘Boyfriend’ wearing a red hot bra underneath a cropped black blazer. 

The bisexual singer serenaded a stunning female dancer, who performed in a glittering red dress with a saucy slit. 

At one point she gave the dancer a kiss on the hand while crooning the lyrics: ‘I could be a better boyfriend than him/ I could do the s*** that he never did/ Up all night, I won’t quit/ Thinking I’m gonna steal you from him/ I could be such a gentleman/ Plus all my clothes would fit.’

Emotion: Country and soul singer Yola, 39, brought emotion to the event with a beautiful performance of Break the Bough, from her 2021 album Stand for Myself

Emotion: Country and soul singer Yola, 39, brought emotion to the event with a beautiful performance of Break the Bough, from her 2021 album Stand for Myself

Talented: Yola showed off her musical range by bringing her own tambourine for the performance

Talented: Yola showed off her musical range by bringing her own tambourine for the performance

Soul: The talented musician was also the recipient of AMAs’ 'song of soul' honor

Soul: The talented musician was also the recipient of AMAs’ ‘song of soul’ honor

Country and soul singer Yola, 39, brought emotion to the event with a beautiful performance of Break the Bough, from her 2021 album Stand for Myself. 

Yola showed off her musical range by bringing her own tambourine for the performance.

The talented musician was also the recipient of AMAs’ ‘song of soul’ honor. 

Closing act: Stevie Wonder, 72, and Charlie Puth, 30, closed out the show with a star-studded tribute of 'We Are The World' in honor of Lionel Richie, 73

Closing act: Stevie Wonder, 72, and Charlie Puth, 30, closed out the show with a star-studded tribute of ‘We Are The World’ in honor of Lionel Richie, 73

Paying homage to the icon: The long closing performance took place after Lionel received the Icon Award

Paying homage to the icon: The long closing performance took place after Lionel received the Icon Award

Funny: The duo started the performance sitting across from each other while playing the piano, as Puth joked that they were playing a 'musical tennis match of Lionel Richie copyrights'

Funny: The duo started the performance sitting across from each other while playing the piano, as Puth joked that they were playing a ‘musical tennis match of Lionel Richie copyrights’

Stevie Wonder, 72, and Charlie Puth, 30, closed out the show with a star-studded tribute of ‘We Are The World’ in honor of Lionel Richie, 73.  

The duo brought out Ari Lennox, Melissa Etheridge, Jimmie Allen, Muni Long, Smokey Robinson and more to perform alongside of them. 

The long closing performance took place after Lionel received the Icon Award. 

The duo started the performance sitting across from each other while playing the piano, as Puth joked that they were playing a ‘musical tennis match of Lionel Richie copyrights.’ 

Memorable finish: The duo brought out Ari Lennox, Melissa Etheridge, Jimmie Allen, Muni Long, Smokey Robinson and more

Memorable finish: The duo brought out Ari Lennox, Melissa Etheridge, Jimmie Allen, Muni Long, Smokey Robinson and more

One of a kind: Together they performed the iconic hit We Are The World, written by Michael Jackson and Richie

One of a kind: Together they performed the iconic hit We Are The World, written by Michael Jackson and Richie

Wonder went first, doing his rendition of ‘Three Times A Lady’ while Puth countered with ‘Easy.’

The two continued to play back and forth, before they finally got to We Are The World – written by Michael Jackson and Richie – with the other performers joining them onstage.

Richie was so moved by the performance that he ran up onto the stage to perform with the group.  

The musician also shared an inspirational message during his acceptance speech, telling fans: ‘When you hear the word “hip,” it means today. When you hear the word “inspiring,” it means forever. If you get a chance to have that light on you, understand what God has in store.’ 

Touched: Richie was so moved by the performance that he ran up onto the stage to perform with the group

Touched: Richie was so moved by the performance that he ran up onto the stage to perform with the group

American Music Awards 2022: WINNERS

ARTIST OF THE YEAR 

Adele 

Bad Bunny 

Beyoncé 

Drake 

Harry Styles 

Taylor Swift (Winner)

The Weeknd

NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR

Dove Cameron (Winner)

GAYLE

Latto

Måneskin

Steve Lacy

COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR

Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz & Encanto Cast – We Don’t Talk About Bruno

Elton John & Dua Lipa – Cold Heart – PNAU Remix (Winner)

Future ft. Drake & Tems – WAIT FOR U

Lil Nas X ft. Jack Harlow – INDUSTRY BABY

The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber – STAY

FAVORITE TOURING ARTIST

Bad Bunny

Coldplay (Winner)

Ed Sheeran

Elton John

The Rolling Stones  

FAVORITE POP SONG 

Adele – Easy on Me

Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz & Encanto Cast –  We Don’t Talk About Bruno

Harry Styles – As It Was (Winner)

Lizzo – About Damn Time

The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber – Stay

FAVORITE COUNTRY ALBUM  

Carrie Underwood – Denim & Rhinestones

Luke Combs – Growin’ Up

Cody Johnson – Human: The Double Album

Taylor Swift – Red (Taylor’s Version) (Winner)

Walker Hayes – Country Stuff: The Album

FAVORITE COUNTRY SONG  

Chris Stapleton – You Should Probably Leave

Cody Johnson – Til You Can’t

Dustin Lynch ft. MacKenzie Porter –  Thinking ‘Bout You

Jordan Davis ft. Luke Bryan – Buy Dirt

Morgan Wallen – Wasted on You (Winner)

FAVORITE MALE HIP-HOP ARTIST  

Drake

Future

Kendrick Lamar (Winner)

Lil Baby

Lil Durk

FAVORITE FEMALE HIP-HOP ARTIST  

Cardi B

GloRilla

Latto

Megan Thee Stallion

Nicki Minaj (Winner)

FAVORITE MALE R&B ARTIST  

Brent Faiyaz

Chris Brown (Winner)

Givēon

Lucky Daye

The Weeknd

FAVORITE FEMALE R&B ARTIST 

Beyoncé (Winner)

Doja Cat

Muni Long

Summer Walker

SZA

FAVORITE MALE LATIN ARTIST  

Bad Bunny (Winner)

Farruko

J Balvin

Jhayco

Rauw Alejandro

FAVORITE FEMALE LATIN ARTIST  

Anitta (Winner)

Becky G

Kali Uchis

Karol G

Rosalía

FAVORITE ROCK ARTIST  

Imagine Dragons

Machine Gun Kelly (Winner)

Måneskin

Red Hot Chili Peppers

The Lumineers

FAVORITE ROCK SONG  

Foo Fighters – Love Dies Young

Imagine Dragons x JID – Enemy

Kate Bush – Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)

Måneskin – Beggin’ (Winner)

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Black Summer

FAVORITE ROCK ALBUM

Coldplay – Music of the Spheres

Ghost – Impera (Winner)

Imagine Dragons – Mercury – Act 1

Machine Gun Kelly – mainstream sellout

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Unlimited Love

FAVORITE DANCE/ELECTRONIC ARTIST  

Diplo

Marshmello (Winner)

Swedish House Mafia

The Chainsmokers

Tiësto

FAVORITE AFROBEATS ARTIST  

Burna Boy

CKay

Fireboy DML

Tems

Wizkid (Winner)

 

FAVORITE MUSIC VIDEO

Adele – Easy On Me

Bad Bunny ft. Chencho Corleone – Me Porto Bonito

Harry Styles – As It Was

Lil Nas X ft. Jack Harlow – INDUSTRY BABY

Taylor Swift – All Too Well (Taylor’s Version) (Winner)

FAVORITE MALE POP ARTIST

Bad Bunny

Drake

Ed Sheeran

Harry Styles (Winner)

The Weeknd

FAVORITE FEMALE POP ARTIST

Adele

Beyoncé

Doja Cat

Lizzo

Taylor Swift (Winner)

FAVORITE POP GROUP OR DUO

BTS (Winner)

Coldplay

Imagine Dragons

Måneskin

OneRepublic

FAVORITE POP ALBUM

Adele – 30 

Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti

Beyoncé – Renaissance

Harry Styles – Harry’s House

Taylor Swift – Red (Taylor’s Version) (Winner)

The Weeknd – Dawn FM

FAVORITE MALE COUNTRY ARTIST

Chris Stapleton

Cody Johnson

Luke Combs

Morgan Wallen (Winner)

Walker Hayes

FAVORITE FEMALE  COUNTRY ARTIST

 Carrie Underwood

Lainey Wilson

Maren Morris

Miranda Lambert

Taylor Swift (Winner)

FAVORITE COUNTRY DUO OR GROUP

Dan + Shay (Winner)

Lady A

Old Dominion

Parmalee

Zac Brown Band

FAVORITE HIP-HOP ALBUM  

Future –  I Never Liked You

Gunna – DS4EVER

Kendrick Lamar – Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers (Winner)

Lil Durk – 7220

Polo G – Hall of Fame 2.0

FAVORITE HIP-HOP SONG  

Future ft. Drake & Tems – Wait For U (Winner)

Jack Harlow – First Class

Kodak Black – Super Gremlin

Latto – Big Energy

Lil Nas X ft. Jack Harlow – Industry Baby

FAVORITE R&B ALBUM  

Beyoncé – Renaissance (Winner)

Drake – Honestly, Nevermind

Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak) – An Evening with Silk Sonic

Summer Walker – Still Over It

The Weeknd – Dawn FM

FAVORITE LATIN DUO OR GROUP  

Banda MS de Sergio Lizárraga

Calibre 50

Eslabon Armado

Grupo Firme

Yahritza Y Su Esencia (Winner)

FAVORITE LATIN ALBUM  

Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti (Winner)

Farruko – La 167

J Balvin – Jose

Rauw Alejandro -Vice Versa

Rosalía – Motomami

FAVORITE LATIN SONG  

Bad Bunny ft. Chencho Corleone – Me Porto Bonito

Becky G x Karol G – MAMIII

Karol G – Provenza

Rauw Alejandro – Todo de Ti

Sebastián Yatra – Dos Oruguitas (Winner)

FAVORITE INSPIRATIONAL ARTIST  

Anne Wilson

for King & Country (Winner)

Katy Nichole

Matthew West

Phil Wickham

FAVORITE GOSPEL ARTIST  

CeCe Winans

DOE

E. Dewey Smith

Maverick City Music

Tamela Mann (Winner)

FAVORITE SOUNDTRACK  

ELVIS (Winner)

Encanto

Sing 2

Stranger Things: Soundtrack from the Netflix Series, Season 4

Top Gun: Maverick

FAVORITE K-POP ARTIST  

Blackpink

BTS (Winner)

Seventeen

Tomorrow X Together

Twice

FAVORITE R&B SONG

Beyoncé – Break My Soul

Muni Long – Hrs And Hrs

Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak) – Smokin Out The Window”

SZA – I Hate U

Wizkid ft. Tems – Essence

 

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