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The singer already has 23 American Music Awards and will only need to win in two nominations to overcome the 24 awards that the King of Pop won throughout his musical career.
Singer Taylor Swift could snatch Michael Jackson’s record for most awards won by an artist at the American Music Awards (AMA), who announced their nominations Thursday, headed by Post Malone, with seven, and Billie Eilish and Ariana Grande, with six each.
Swift, the next most nominated, with five nominations, already has 23 American Music Awards so you only need to win two of them to overcome the 24 awards that the King of Pop won throughout his musical career.
The young singer has already won the last edition as Artist of the year and is nominated again in this section along with those of Best Pop Female Artist, Contemporary Favorite Artist, Favorite Video and Favorite Pop Album for her recent and acclaimed “Lover.”
We will have to wait until November 24 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles (USA) to know the winners the 47th edition of these awards, created in 1973 and that unlike the Grammy, voted by industry experts, They are determined by a popular survey among music consumers.
Post Malone leads the list of nominees this year with seven ballots to win in Artist of the Year, Collaboration of the Year, Favorite Male Artist and Pop Favorite Song; while a favorite hip-hop artist, best album and favorite song of this genre.
Malone released “Hollywood’s Bleeding” last month, an album between pop and hip-hop that has led him to start as a favorite in the first musical awards of the awards season.
After Malone, Billie Eilish and Ariana Grande got six nominations each and will compete with each other in Favorite Video and Favorite Social Artist, and both against Swift in Best Female Pop Artist and Best Pop Album.
For its part, Eilish will fight in the categories of Alternative Artist and Best New Artist, while Grande, more veteran in the industry, is a candidate for Artist of the Year and to be recognized with the Best Tour of the season.