Meghan Trainor wows in plunging hot pink pantsuit at the American Music Awards in LA

Meghan Trainor is a real-life Barbie in plunging hot pink pantsuit as she shows off her 60 pound weight loss at the American Music Awards in LA

Meghan Trainor showed off her incredible figure in a hot pink look at the 2022 American Music Awards held at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday.

The All About That Bass singer, 28, looked like a real-life Barbie in a plunging neon sequin pantsuit, after recently revealing that she lost 60 pound following the birth of her son last year.

The hitmaker continued with the pink theme, pairing the vivid outfit with platform heels.

Barbie: Meghan Trainor showed off her incredible figure in a hot pink look at the 2022 American Music Awards held at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday

Barbie: Meghan Trainor showed off her incredible figure in a hot pink look at the 2022 American Music Awards held at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday

The blonde beauty wore her tresses parted on the side and cascading down her shoulders in gentle curls. 

The Massachusetts-born star further sparkled up her look with a diamond necklace and silver rings.

As for glam, Meghan drew attention to her magnetic eyes with a touch of pink eyeshadow.  

Trim: The All About That Bass singer, 28, looked like a real-life Barbie in a plunging neon sequin pantsuit, after recently revealing that she lost 60 pound following the birth of her son last year

Trim: The All About That Bass singer, 28, looked like a real-life Barbie in a plunging neon sequin pantsuit, after recently revealing that she lost 60 pound following the birth of her son last year

Trainor mingled with a number of other stars on the red carpet, including former child actor Chris Olsen, who looked dapper in a black suit.

She was also spotted chatting with country music singer Jimmie Allen, 37, who looked cool as ever in a military-style jacket, cheetah-print pants and a wide-brim black hat. 

Meghan continued to make the rounds and was later pictured with actress Niecy Nash-Betts, 52, who was an eye-turner in a form-fitting low-cut black dress and leather gloves. 

Mingling: Trainor mingled with a number of other stars on the red carpet, including former child actor Chris Olsen, who looked dapper in a black suit

Mingling: Trainor mingled with a number of other stars on the red carpet, including former child actor Chris Olsen, who looked dapper in a black suit

Cool: She was also spotted posing with country music singer Jimmie Allen, 37, who looked cool as ever in a military-style jacket, cheetah-print pants and a wide-brim black hat

Cool: She was also spotted posing with country music singer Jimmie Allen, 37, who looked cool as ever in a military-style jacket, cheetah-print pants and a wide-brim black hat

Stunner: Meghan continued to make the rounds and was later pictured with actress Niecy Nash-Betts, 52, who was an eye-turner in a form-fitting low-cut black dress and leather gloves

Stunner: Meghan continued to make the rounds and was later pictured with actress Niecy Nash-Betts, 52, who was an eye-turner in a form-fitting low-cut black dress and leather gloves

During the show Meghan presented Machine Gun Kelly, 32, with the favorite Rock Artist of the Year award. 

Puerto Rican rapper and singer Bad Bunny landed the most nominations at this year’s American Music Awards.

He leads fellow rapper Drake and pop superstars Beyonce and Taylor Swift on the list of contenders.

Rock award: During the show Meghan presented Machine Gun Kelly, 32, with the favorite Rock Artist of the Year award

Rock award: During the show Meghan presented Machine Gun Kelly, 32, with the favorite Rock Artist of the Year award

Bad Bunny received a total of eight AMA nominations and will compete for artist of the year against British singers Adele and Harry Styles and Canadian musician The Weeknd.

Drake, Beyonce and Swift also are in the running for artist of the year and received six nominations each.

The nominations are based on performances on the Billboard music charts, streaming and album sales, radio play and social media engagement.

On top: Puerto Rican rapper and singer Bad Bunny leads the nominations for this year's American Music Awards. Seen in September

On top: Puerto Rican rapper and singer Bad Bunny leads the nominations for this year’s American Music Awards. Seen in September

Winners will be determined by fan votes and announced at the ceremony at Microsoft Theater at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles.

Bad Bunny’s other nods included favorite male pop artist, favorite music video and favorite touring artist.

The singer set a record this year for the highest-grossing tour by a Latin artist in history. His album ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ just topped the Billboard charts for a 13th week.

Bey is on the list: He leads fellow rapper Drake and pop superstars Beyonce and Taylor Swift on the list of contenders

Bey is on the list: He leads fellow rapper Drake and pop superstars Beyonce and Taylor Swift on the list of contenders

If Bad Bunny wins all eight awards he is eligible for, he would tie 1980s superstars Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston for the most AMA wins in a single year.

Organizers added a category this year for favorite K-pop artist. Contenders are BTS, BLACKPINK, SEVENTEEN, Tomorrow X Together and Twice.

First-time AMA nominees included rapper Jack Harlow, K-pop band BLACKPINK and Scandinavian DJ group Swedish House Mafia.

In country music categories, Chris Stapleton, Luke Combs and Morgan Wallen are among the nominees for favorite male country artist.

She is on the list: Carrie Underwood (pictured in September), Maren Morris and Miranda Lambert will compete for favorite female country artist

She is on the list: Carrie Underwood (pictured in September), Maren Morris and Miranda Lambert will compete for favorite female country artist

Carrie Underwood, Maren Morris and Miranda Lambert will compete for favorite female country artist.

Pink is set to honor the late Olivia Newton–John with a musical performance at the show.

The performance in Newton–John’s memory follows her death at age 73 in August from a years-long battle with breast cancer.

American Music Awards 2022: NOMINATIONS

ARTIST OF THE YEAR 

Adele 

Bad Bunny 

Beyoncé 

Drake 

Harry Styles 

Taylor Swift 

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

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

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

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)

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

FAVORITE MALE HIP-HOP ARTIST  

Drake

Future

Kendrick Lamar

Lil Baby

Lil Durk

FAVORITE FEMALE HIP-HOP ARTIST  

Cardi B

GloRilla

Latto

Megan Thee Stallion

Nicki Minaj

FAVORITE MALE R&B ARTIST  

Brent Faiyaz

Chris Brown (Winner)

Givēon

Lucky Daye

The Weeknd

FAVORITE FEMALE R&B ARTIST

Beyoncé

Doja Cat

Muni Long

Summer Walker

SZA

FAVORITE MALE LATIN ARTIST  

Bad Bunny

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’

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Black Summer

FAVORITE ROCK ALBUM

Coldplay – Music of the Spheres

Ghost – Impera

Imagine Dragons – Mercury – Act 1

Machine Gun Kelly – mainstream sellout

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Unlimited Love

FAVORITE DANCE/ELECTRONIC ARTIST  

Diplo

Marshmello

Swedish House Mafia

The Chainsmokers

Tiësto

FAVORITE AFROBEATS ARTIST  

Burna Boy

CKay

Fireboy DML

Tems

Wizkid

 

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)

FAVORITE MALE POP ARTIST

Bad Bunny

Drake

Ed Sheeran

Harry Styles

The Weeknd

FAVORITE FEMALE POP ARTIST

Adele

Beyoncé

Doja Cat

Lizzo

Taylor Swift

FAVORITE POP GROUP OR DUO

BTS

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

Walker Hayes

FAVORITE FEMALE  COUNTRY ARTIST

 Carrie Underwood

Lainey Wilson

Maren Morris

Miranda Lambert

Taylor Swift

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

Lil Durk – 7220

Polo G – Hall of Fame 2.0

FAVORITE HIP-HOP SONG  

Future ft. Drake & Tems – Wait For U

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

Drake – Honestly, Nevermind

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

Summer Walker – Still Over It

The Weeknd – Dawn FM

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

FAVORITE LATIN DUO OR GROUP  

Banda MS de Sergio Lizárraga

Calibre 50

Eslabon Armado

Grupo Firme

Yahritza Y Su Esencia

FAVORITE LATIN ALBUM  

Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti

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

FAVORITE INSPIRATIONAL ARTIST  

Anne Wilson

for King & Country

Katy Nichole

Matthew West

Phil Wickham

FAVORITE GOSPEL ARTIST  

CeCe Winans

DOE

E. Dewey Smith

Maverick City Music

Tamela Mann

FAVORITE SOUNDTRACK  

ELVIS

Encanto

Sing 2

Stranger Things: Soundtrack from the Netflix Series, Season 4

Top Gun: Maverick

FAVORITE K-POP ARTIST  

Blackpink

BTS

Seventeen

Tomorrow X Together

Twice

 

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