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Taylor Swift Wins Big at American Music Awards

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Taylor Swift Wins Big, at American Music Awards.
On November 20, superstar Taylor Swift took home
all six awards she was nominated for at the
American Music Awards, including artist of the year.
NBC reports that the singer songwriter
has now won a total of 40 AMA awards,
breaking her own previous record.
NBC reports that the singer songwriter
has now won a total of 40 AMA awards,
breaking her own previous record.
I have the fans to thank
essentially for my happiness, Taylor Swift, American Music Awards, via NBC.
I cannot express how unbelievable
it is to me that I still do this
and that you still care, Taylor Swift, American Music Awards, via NBC.
In the past three years, the 32-year-old
superstar has released four albums
and two re-recordings. .
Following its October debut, her most
recent album, 'Midnights,' took all ten
of the top spots on Billboard's singles chart.
Swift's re-recording of her 2012 album
'Red' won swift AMA awards for favorite
pop album, country album and video. .
Other big winners of the evening included, Puerto Rican
rapper and singer Bad Bunny, who took home favorite male
Latin artist and favorite Latin Album for "Un Verano Sin Ti.".
Other big winners of the evening included, Puerto Rican
rapper and singer Bad Bunny, who took home favorite male
Latin artist and favorite Latin Album for "Un Verano Sin Ti.".
Other big winners of the evening included, Puerto Rican
rapper and singer Bad Bunny, who took home favorite male
Latin artist and favorite Latin Album for "Un Verano Sin Ti.".
Lionel Richie was awarded AMA's icon award and was celebrated with a medley of his songs performed by Stevie Wonder and Charlie Puth.
Pink opened the AMA's with her song "Never Gonna Not
Dance Again," and later performed a tribute to
"Grease" star Olivia Newton-John, who died in August.
Pink opened the AMA's with her song "Never Gonna Not
Dance Again," and later performed a tribute to
"Grease" star Olivia Newton-John, who died in August

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