The wait for the 2017 American Music Awards is almost over! In a few hours, some of your most favourite pop stars and singers (including Selena Gomez) will gather at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles to kick off the 45th instalment of the AMAs on Sunday (19 November) night.
Big names like Pink, Lady Gaga and Demi Lovato have been added to this year's line-up. However, all eyes will undoubtedly be on Gomez, who is set for her big comeback on a live show since getting a kidney transplant.
Here's a look at this year's list of nominees, performers and live links for online viewers:
Hosted by Tracee Ellis Ross, the 2017 AMAs will be broadcast on Sunday, 19 November at 8pm EST on ABC. Click here to watch the star-studded event via live stream on the official website of ABC. For additional details on the stars' arrivals, nominees and performers, stay tuned to AMAs website.
Like always, this year's awards will also begin with a pre-show including a red carpet event capturing the hottest trends of the season and the best-dressed celebrities. The two-hour red carpet live stream will begin at 6pm EST and for more updates log in to live.twitter.com/amas or via @AMAs.
Who are the performers at the 2017 AMAs?
Brace yourselves, as 25-year-old Gomez takes to the stage for the most-anticipated performance of the year. The songstress, who had moved the crowd to tears with her heartfelt winning speech last year, will be performing her new single Wolves on Sunday night.
Keep your eyes peeled also because the buzz is that, Gomez might turn up at the awards with her ex Justin Bieber by her side.
Asides her, Kelly Clarkson, Christina Aguilera, Shawn Mendes, Nick Jonas, Alessia Cara, Zedd, Hailee Steinfeld, Niall Horan, Imagine Dragons, and popular K-pop band BTS is also scheduled to belt out their hit numbers.
And the nominees are...
With a total of eight nominations, Bruno Mars is leading while Drake, Ed Sheeran, The Weeknd, and Kendrick Kamar come close with five nods each.
Spanish sensation Luis Fonsi, Rihanna, and The Chainsmokers are also up for big wins in various categories.
Most importantly, tune in to find out which collaboration – Despacito, That's What I Like, Shape of You – bagged the Video of the Year award at the AMAs this Sunday.