Interestingly, none of the three added acts are nominated for any awards this year. They’ll take the stage along with Miley Cyrus, One Direction, Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and others on the lengthy roster of performers. The broadcast will also boast the first time Lady Gaga and R. Kelly perform their hit “Do What U Want” together, and the night’s host, Pitbull, will perform “Timber” with Ke$ha. And somewhere in there some awards will be handed out.
The AMAs air November 24 on ABC.