24kGoldn and Iann Dior Light Up 2020 AMAs With ‘Mood’

Rappers 24kGoldn and Iann Dior brought the good vibes to the 2020 American Music Awards on Sunday (Nov. 22), performing their Hot 100-topping hit “Mood.”

Playing it cool, the duo performed atop a mini stage that was decorated like a group of doors, making it appear as if they were standing sideways on a wall.

Both exuded a fun energy as they harmonized to the track, which has spent four weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100 chart so far: “We play games of love to avoid the depression/ We been here before and I won’t be your victim.”

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Bell Biv Devoe Perform Lethal Throwback Medley With ‘Do Me!’ and ‘Poison’ at the 2020 AMAs

R&B greats Bell Biv Devoe commemorated the 30th anniversary of their classic Poison album at the 2020 American Music Awards this Sunday (Nov. 22) with performances of the album’s two biggest hits.

After an enthusiastic lead-in from host Taraji P. Henson (who jokingly tried to take credit for the group’s success via her Empire character Cookie) and a short intro, the New Jack Swing trio launched into a scorching rendition of “Do Me!” There was only way for them to follow that up, of course — with an even higher-octane rendition of the group’s signature smash “Poison,” as crowd-pleasing a jam as ever three decades later.

Both “Do Me!” and “Poison” peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 upon their initial release in 1990, while parent album Poison reached No. 5 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The group took home the AMA for favorite soul/R&B band/duo/group back in 1992.

Dua Lipa Catches Some Air During ‘Levitating’ Performance at 2020 AMAs: Watch

Beaming in from Royal Albert Hall in London, Dua Lipa performed her latest hit “Levitating” at the 2020 American Music Awards on Sunday (Nov. 22).

Dressed in a glittering blue minidress and matching booties, Lipa immediately brought the bouncy energy that the number requires.

Surrounded by dancers dressed in blue leotards and black tights, the pop singer busted some moves of her own as she sang against a galaxy backdrop: “I got you, moonlight/ You’re my starlight/ I need you all night/ Come on, dance with me/ I’m levitating!”

For the finale, Lipa literally levitated, rising up and down on a wire as glitter showered down. Blast-off!

The American Music Awards are produced by dick clark productions, which is owned by MRC Entertainment, the parent company of Billboard.