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Here’s Everything You Missed From The American Music Awards

AMA Round Up Feat

The 2015 American Music Awards had no shortage of musical performances during last night’s annual show, which saw Canadians sweep both in performances and podium visits. From make-outs to more costume changes that you can count (don’t worry, we kept track) here’s everything that happened at the AMAs.

Host Jennifer Lopez opened the show with a short performance of Waiting For Tonight and sounded better, than, well, ever. J Lo has never been known for her strong vocals, but the New York native was at the top of her vocal game and her dancing game as well, going into a five minute dance routine set to the biggest songs of the year. That woman continues to Benjamin Button us all.

J Lo Dance

The Weeknd took home the first win of the night with his album Beauty Behind The Madness, Winning Best R&B album. We’ll give him another award if he can tell us where to buy Prince’s three-eyed sunglasses.

The Weeknd win

5 Seconds of Summer scored the first performer slot of the night, singing Hey Everybody! and getting fellow Aussie Rebel Wilson dancing in the aisle. We don’t blame her. Those dudes know how to write a catchy song.

Rebel Wilson

There was no shortage of musical moments throughout the three hour show, which focused heavily on the biggest pop stars of today. Meghan Trainor and Chalie Puth may have had the biggest shocker of the night with their really intense, really long, really unexpected make out session. Ariana Grande came in a close second by ditching her tademark ponytail, but it’s pretty difficult to beat a PG kiss.

Make out

Gwen Stefani’s heartbreaking performance of Used To Love You made us dig out our old No Doubt records, while Macklemore and Leon Bridges received a well-deserved standing ovation for their emotionally and politically charged performance of Kevin.

gwen Stefani

Alanis Morissette also had us rummaging through our old CDs with her performance of You Oughta Know, but the 20 year celebration of Jagged Little Pill definitely felt like a missed opportunity to perform with longtime fan and fellow Canuck Justin Bieber instead of Demi Lovato. Or you know, alone. Morissette sounds just as incredible as she did when the song first hit the airwaves in 1995. Well, there’s always the Juno Awards.

Coldplay’s performance of Adventure of a Lifetime reminded us that Drake totally stole his Hotline Bling moves from the years of dancing material Chris Martin has provided the world.

The evening was eventually closed by a water-filled performance from Justin Bieber, who unfortunately chose dancing under a waterfall over singing live. The theatrical setting was cool, Justin, but singing live is even cooler.

Check out a more honorable mentions from this year’s American Music Awards below!

Performances by Non-Americans: 6 (Alanis Morissette, 5 Seconds of Summer, One Direction, Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, Coldplay)

Non American perforamnce

Awards Won By Non-Americans: 5 (Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, One Direction)

JB Win

Jennifer Lopez Outfit Changes: 10

J Lo Outfits

T-Shirts: 10

Justin Bieber

Hair Debuts: 3 (Gigi Hadid rocked a bob, Ariana Grande ditched her ponytail and Kendall Jenner debuted bangs)

Gigi Hair Change

Monkeys: 4

performs onstage during the 2015 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 22, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Celebs Who Forgot Their Pants: 6 (Ciara, J Lo, Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato and Gwen Stefani)


Artists Who Were Censored: 4 (Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, The Weeknd, Macklemore)

Selena Gomez Performance

Number of Performances That Made Us Cry: 1

Celine Dion

Audience Members Singing Incorrect Lyrics: Countless