Justin Bieber, Usher set for American Music Awards 2012
Tuesday, November 6th, 2012 at
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Justin Bieber, Usher, and Kesha are all ready to join previously announced top performers Taylor Swift, Christina Aguilera, Nicki Minaj, Pitbull and Linkin Park at the American Music Awards 2012 event.
Usher, who has won the three nominations including Favorite Male Artist: Pop/Rock, where he has expressed his excitement over his Twitter. He has wrote, ‘It feels good to be recognized for his work on Looking4Myself. Really proud of his 3 American Music Awards nominations. The ‘U Got It Bad’ hitmaker Usher has some tough competition along with his Favorite Male nomination with Canadian pop star Justin Bieber.
Teen pop star Justin Bieber is also vying for the Favorite Album: Pop/Rock award and Artist of the Year. The American Music Awards organizers are expecting to reveal more guest performers will arrive this month in coming weeks. The one name that is still missing in the line-up is American pop sensation Rihanna, who will lead the nominees in 2012 together along with rapper Nicki Minaj. Both the female artists have four nominations each at the American Music Awards 2012.
Drake, Maroon 5, Pitbull, One Direction and Carrie Underwood also have more than one nomination this year. A new category Electronic Dance Music will also be introduced this year in the American Music Awards 2012 and includes David Guetta, Calvin Harris and Skrillex. American Music Awards 2012 will kick on 18th November at 8 P.M. EST/PST.
Tags: American Music Awards, American Music Awards 2012, Justin Bieber, taylor swift, Usher
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