Update (Nov. 14, 2017): The American Music Awards just keep getting bigger and better with their performer list that just added Shawn Mendes, Nick Jonas, and a special live concert performance of Lady Gaga with "The Cure" from her Joanne Tour.
See the full list of performers below along with previous updates, and look out for more performers as they are announced.
Performers at the 2017 American Music Awards
Lady Gaga - "The Cure (Live From The Joanne Tour)"
Shawn Medes - "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back"
Hailee Steinfeld, Florida Georgia Line, Alesso and Watt - "Let Me Go"
Zedd and Alessia Cara - "Stay"
Portugal the Man
Selena Gomez and Marshmello - "Wolves"
BTS - "DNA"
Christina Aguilera - Tribute performance to Whitney Houston and The Bodyguard soundtrack
Update (Nov. 3, 2017): If you're a fan of K-pop, this is an exciting way to start your Friday morning! The American Music Awards announced that BTS are the latest addition to the growing performers list. What makes this special is that it marks their debut U.S. live television performance. You can catch the mega K-pop group grace the stage on November 19.
Update (Oct. 30, 2017): Christina Aguilera will pay tribute to Whitney Houston and the 25th anniversary of the mega-selling The Bodyguard soundtrack at the 2017 American Music Awards. The soundtrack, which is being reisussed for its upcoming 25th anniversary next month with never-before-heard live versions and alternative versions, included Houston hits like "I Will Always Love You," "I Have Nothing," "I'm Every Woman," "Run to You," "Queen of the Night." Whitney Houston – I Wish You Love: More From The Bodyguard drops on Nov. 17.
The award show announced the pop powerhouse as a new addition to their performers list early this morning. Aguilera has a long history with the AMAs, performing multiple times on the show including opening the 2008 ceremony with a medley of her hits.
Read on for news about the AMAs first performer, Selena Gomez, below.
Original Story (Oct. 26, 2017): Halloween will be over by then, but Selena Gomez will bring some "Wolves" to the 2017 American Music Awards.
The singer was announced to make the live TV premiere of her trance-y new Marshmello collaboration at the award show. This will not only mark the first major TV performance for Gomez's new musical era, but also a huge mainstream platform for mysterious, helmeted producer Marshmello.
The 2017 American Music Awards air on ABC on Sunday, Nov. 19. While you wait for then, get your #TBT on with a classic Fuse interview with Selena Gomez where she talks about her musical growth: