Selena Gomez and her new singles are gone to the American Music Awards. In what will be her first broadcast execution in quite a while, Selena Gomez will perform at the forthcoming 2019 AMAs on Sunday, Nov. 24, as indicated by an official statement. The pop star will make that big appearance at Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater to play out the TV debut of her pristine music. After a long rest from music, Gomez appeared two new singles, “Lose You to Love Me” and “Take a gander at Her Now,” in late October. Her up and coming collection, a follow up to 2015’s Revival, would check her first one in quite a while.

Gomez’s keep going time on the AMAs stage was in 2017, where she played out her tune “Wolves” with Marshmello. At the time, the exhibition denoted Gomez’s first in over a year; she had removed some time from the spotlight so as to concentrate on recuperation from her kidney transplant over the late spring, according to E! News. The “Lose You to Love Me” artist has been assigned for two AMAs during the spell of her vocation; in 2016, she brought home the success for Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock.

During the 2019 occasion, Gomez will likewise be joined by her companion Taylor Swift, set to get the Artist of the Decade grant, at the service. While advancing her new music, Gomez thought about their kinship and even uncovered that Swift had a passionate response subsequent to tuning in to “Lose You to Love Me” just because with her folks close behind.

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“I demonstrated her the video, and her mother and Taylor began crying,” Gomez said in a radio meeting with Zane Lowe on Oct. 25. “It wasn’t on the grounds that the tune was enthusiastic. It was on the grounds that the main thing they said to me was, ‘We’re glad to the point that you’re here. In the wake of seeing the entirety of that, this is such a cool minute.'”

While subtleties encompassing her new collection have been rare, Gomez uncovered that it took four years to finish the collection such that felt ideal for her. She told Lowe, “I took in a great deal from the last collection and I needed to take what I’ve realized and transform it into something far better, and I’m happy I did on the grounds that this year everything sort of just began spilling out of me.”

The 2019 AMAs will air on Sunday, Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.


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