The 2019 American Music Awards on Sunday honoured some of the biggest names in the music industry, including Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, BTS, and Shawn Mendes.
With so many stars in attendance, it didn’t take long for #AMAs to start trending on Twitter as fans commented on their favourite moments from the show.
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With that in mind, here are the AMAs best moments according to Twitter.
Taylor Swift received the Artist of the Decade Award
After performing a “medley of her biggest hits” Taylor Swift received the Artist of the Decade Award and five other wins, subsequently making her fans proud by breaking Michael Jackson’s record for most wins of all time.
— Taylor Nation (@taylornationph_) November 25, 2019
(@BogiTheBest) November 25, 2019
— VBear (@Springbear30) November 25, 2019
Selena Gomez performed for the first time in two years
Following the release of her new song “Lose You To Love Me”, Selena Gomez performed on stage for the first time in two years by opening the awards show. The moment left many emotional.
ʳ ᶦ ⁿ ᵃ (@_naco13_) November 25, 2019
— ً (@imfakinily) November 25, 2019
— AS (@archivesgowmez) November 25, 2019
BTS won Tour of the Year
The South Korean boy band made their fans proud too after winning three awards, including Tour of the Year, Favorite Social Artist and Favorite Duo or Group.
— Kath Sy (@KathSy4) November 25, 2019
(@hopefulmyg) November 25, 2019
BTS won the ‘Best Group ‘ & ‘ Best Tour ‘ in #AMAs
— тaejιn♡ (@taejin_cuties) November 25, 2019
Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello won Collaboration of the Year
Though the pair won Collaboration of the Year for their single “Señorita” and also performed the song on stage, it was their public displays of affection that got most people talking.
— Shawn Mendes Updates (@TrackingSM) November 25, 2019
(@cringyjenny) November 25, 2019
(@danpolished) November 25, 2019
While the AMAs continues to trend on with over two million tweets, you can find the full list of winners on the event’s official website.
Feature image: screenshot, America Music Awards via Twitter