Post Malone, Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott Give Epic Performance at 2019 American Music Awards
Post Malone is up for a total of seven nominations this year, making him the most nominated artist at the 2019 AMAs
Malone, 24, opened the performance solo with a rendition of “Circles,” before being joined onstage by Osbourne, 70, and Scott, 28, for a one-of-a-kind performance of hit song “Take What You Want” at the 2019 American Music Awards Sunday night.
The trio (literally) set the stage on fire, while Watt stunned with a guitar solo.
Before the performance, Malone was honored with rap/hip-hop album of the year for Hollywood’s Bleeding. Malone is up for a total of seven nominations this year, making him the most nominated artist at the 2019 show.
“Words cannot express how grateful and thankful I am for everything y’all have shown me,” he said while accepting the award. “We busted our ass for it so it feels good.”
He ended his speech with a hilarious head-scratcher of a statement: “I love grapes, so thank you so much.”
The “rockstar” rapper has won two AMAs in previous years. This year, his nods include artist of the year, collaboration of the year and favorite male artist in the pop/rock category.
Behind Malone, Ariana Grande and newcomer Billie Eilish each earned six nominations in categories ranging from favorite music video, favorite social artist, favorite female artist in the pop/rock category and favorite album in pop/rock.
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Taylor Swift, who is up for five nominations this year, broke Michael Jackson’s record of 24 AMA wins earlier that night. She currently holds the record in the artist of the year category with four prior wins. This year she’ll face competition for the honor against Malone, Grande, Drake and Halsey. Swift was also being recognized as the artist of the decade. The singer performed a medley of her greatest hits in recognition of the honor.
The 2019 American Music Awards were broadcast live on ABC from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. EST.