It’s nice to know that Katy Perry, Jennifer Lopez and TLC have all been prearranged for the American Music and songs Awards. Unfortunately, these are relevant to nothing pertaining to January’s Grammy Awards.
Perry could open the AMAs back with her current single named “Unconditionally.” She will not sing her beast hit, Roar, the only real single of hers to help make the Grammy eligibility deadline of September 30th. Consequently let her sing the modern song and get heli-copter flight stage. The Grammys can get her for the songs everyone wants to hear, certainly not the follow up.
Jennifer Lopez: the girl hasn’t had a real hit in years. She’verts not Grammy material in any case. And she’ll top synch to some convoluted? dance number on the AMAs.
TLC: in the marketplace . an emeritus group on course to Las Vegas. They are certainly not chasing waterfalls, merely a meaningful paycheck. Many people wouldn’t be over the Grammys anyway.
The AMAs will be good, but they will also be tacky. Yesterday someone referred to this column stating things have changed, and therefore performers can do the AMAs and the Grammys. Oh no people can’t. And if offers have been worked out for Perry, Crazy and Timberlake, the AMAs will certainly settle for a second tier song or a less spotlighted performance.