68th Miss UNIVERSE 2019 Live Stream, take place this Sunday night and if you’re looking to watch the show, there are a couple of ways to catch the action.Tonight is the 2019 American Music Awards. Get the rundown on how to watch the AMAs online via cable-free live streaming
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Date: November 8, 2019
Venue: ALL: Live/ Repeat
For those who haven’t cut the cord, the broadcast itself will air live on ABC from Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater on November 24th at 8 p.m. EST.
On the online front, the 2019 AMAs will be available to stream via Hulu’s Live TV package (get a free trial here), Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, PS Vue, and the ABC mobile app. The awards show will be preceded by a two-hour red carpet event that will stream live via the 2019 AMA’s Twitter.
The 2019 AMAs, hosted by Ciara, will feature performances by Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Green Day, Selena Gomez, Post Malone with Ozzy Osbourne and Travis Scott, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello (who will also perform solo), Halsey, Jonas Brothers, Kesha with Big Freedia, Dua Lipa, Christina Aguilera, Shania Twain, Thomas Rhett and Toni Braxton. Taylor Swift, who will receive the Artist of the Decade Award, is set to perform a career-spanning medley that has reignited the singer’s feud with Scooter Braun and Big Machine.
Before some of the biggest names in music take the stage at tonight’s American Music Awards (ABC, 8/7c), they’ll have to survive the red carpet outside Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater. We wish them well.
Beginning at 6 pm EST, the AMAs’ official Twitter account will stream the official 2019 pre-show. Click here to watch it all go down live.
Heading into tonight’s Ciara-hosted ceremony, Post Malone is leading the pack with seven nominations, while Ariana Grande and Billie Eilish are following closely behind with six nods each. Malone (joined by music legend Ozzy Osbourne) and Eilish will also hit the stage with highly anticipated performances, along with Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, Dua Lipa, Lizzo, Thomas Rhett, Shania Twain, Kesha and Big Freedia, the Jonas Brothers, Christina Aguilera and A Great Big World, and Green Day