American Music Awards 2020: How to Watch, Nominees, Performers, Host and More
By Alex Ungerman
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Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, host Henson promised an "electrifying night of music." There's also some fun storylines heading into the show, including Taylor Swift -- who already holds the all-time AMAs record with 29 wins -- having the possibility to more firmly cement her legacy by notching a 30th win. (The Folklore artist is up for four awards this year.)
Read on below for how to watch the American Music Awards, plus details on AMAs performers, host, nominees and how to watch ET's coverage.
When and how to watch the American Music Awards: The 2020 AMAs will air live on ABC on Sunday, Nov. 22 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Viewers can watch ABC on TV or at ABC.com/watch-live with a TV provider login. Several live TV streaming services also include ABC, including Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now and YouTube TV.
How to watch and follow ET's AMAs coverage: Watch ET's live AMAs after-show immediately following the broadcast at ETLive.com or on CBS All Access, or on the ET Live app on your connected and/or mobile device, as well as keeping up at ETonline.com before, during and after the show for our complete awards coverage. Additionally, check out ET on Monday for a recap of the show's biggest moments.
Who's nominated?The Weeknd and Roddy Ricch lead the pack with eight nods each, with Megan Thee Stallion grabbing five nominations of her own. After that, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Doja Cat, Bad Bunny and DaBaby each earned four nominations.