Demi Lovato and Kelly Clarkson will take the stage at the upcoming 2017 American Music Awards on Nov. 19. ABC and Dick Clark productions announced Monday (Nov. 6) that multi-platinum pop singer-songwriters will join the award show broadcast when it airs live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern on ABC.
Clarkson, a multiple Grammy Award winner, has graced the AMA stage before with a medley performance in 2012 of “Miss Independent,” “Since U Been Gone,” “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You),” and “Catch My Breath.” On Nov. 19, she will perform a brand new single from her eighth studio album Meaning of Life (Oct. 27).
Lovato will perform “Sorry Not Sorry,” the lead single off of her recent album Tell Me You Love Me (Sept. 29). “Sorry Not Sorry” is Lovato’s highest charting song in her career, currently at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100. Previously, Lovato has performed her single “Confident” (off of her 2015 Grammy-nominated album by the same name) and then was joined by Alanis Morissette to perform “You Oughta Know” at the 2015 AMAs
Other announced performers for the AMAs include Christina Aguilera, Diana Ross, BTS and Selena Gomez.