AMAs 2019 : Selena Gomez Performs Live for the First Time in Two Years
It’s been a long time since Gomez has done a broadcast live execution—the last time she performed at the AMAs was in 2017 when she sang “Wolves”— at the same time, on Sunday night, the 27-year-old made a triumphant come back to the American Music Awards with a mashup of her most current singles. Reproducing the recordings to both “Lose You to Love Me” and “Look at Her Now,” Gomez showed up in a black turtleneck dress singing a stripped down adaptation of the previous melody as clasps from the video played on a highly contrasting screen behind her. After the main section of the tune Gomez disappeared behind her backup dancers, just to reappear in a sequined silver bodysuit as the stage transformed into a colorful techno amuse, suggestive of her “Look at Her Now” music video.
The main thing more spellbinding than the fast movement and neon lights? Taylor Swift and Halsey’s responses to the entire thing. The vocalists, who were situated beside one another in the group of spectators, energetically cheered on Gomez, bouncing around as the presentation proceeded.
Gomez likewise took to internet based life to praise her huge night. “Feels good to be back. Thank you to my entire team and to my fans that stand by me. All of this is for you and because of you. excited for this chapter,” she subtitled a display of red carpet pics.
Gomez had removed some time from people in general eye as of late. While she wasn’t releasing new films or music, she concentrated on creating show like 13 Reasons Why, loaning her voice to movies like Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, and giving great toasts at her friend’s weddings. Be that as it may, prior this fall, the vocalist ventured again into the spotlight, dropping consecutive singles flagging an arrival to her musical roots.
Fans promptly inferred that the two melodies were about Gomez’s wild association with Justin Bieber. While Gomez has not referenced Bieber by name while advancing the new melody, she has been getting very real to life about her exes.
“Yeah, I think, you know, I’m really grateful too because I’ve actually experienced that [exes moving on to another relationship quickly] a million times before,” she said when addressing Ryan Seacrest. “And that’s the unfortunate part about what I do. So it’s all very real to me, and I’m sure it’s just entertainment for other people, but I think I had become numb to it, and it would be stupid of me if I didn’t acknowledge what I had felt because it would be inauthentic, and that’s everything I claim to be and do.”
“These two songs were me wrapping up a chapter in a pretty little bow, and the rest of the album is just all about where I am now and where I’m going so, in my opinion, these are great songs, but I’ve saved the best for later,” Gomez included.
The artist recently announced that the full, up ’til now untitled album will be released on January 10, 2020.