Taylor Swift Teases 'The Next Chapter' at AMAs 2018

Taylor Swift Teases 'The Next Chapter' at AMAs 2018

Taylor Swift Teases 'The Next Chapter' at AMAs 2018

The gongs brought her to a career total of 23 AMAs, meaning she overtook Whitney Houston for the most wins by a female artist at the fan-voted show. This time it represents encouragement and motivation for me to be better, work harder and make you guys proud as much as I possibly can so thank you for this incredible symbol of encouragement. this award and every single award given out tonight were voted on by the people.

He told the audience they should register to vote if they cared for "equality for women, for people of colour, for the LGBTQ community, if you believe that climate change is real".

Though not explicitly taking sides in her acceptance speech, over the weekend, Swift broke a longstanding practice of avoiding political stances when she came out in favor of two Tennessee Democrats in the November election. She believes businesses have a right to refuse service to gay couples.

Fighting back tears, she said: "I am honoured". I always have and always will cast my vote based on which candidate will protect and fight for the human rights I believe we all deserve in this country. "I gotta prove people wrong".

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The 28-year-old country star stepped out to the 2018 American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Tuesday, rocking a teal suit with snazzy Gucci shoes. Carrie Underwood was in ideal form vocally, and Camila Cabello - who tied Swift with four wins - gave a heartful, touching and vocally impressive performance of the ballad "Consequences", earning her a standing ovation.

The three-hour show closed with a rousing tribute to Aretha Franklin, who died in August. Other performers included Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez and Missy Elliott.

Rapper-singer XXXTentacion, a streaming juggernaut before his death in June and afterward, earned nominations for new artist of the year and favorite soul/R&B album for his 2017 debut, "17".

The musician, who hasn't attended the AMAs since 2014, is up for four of tonight's top awards: Artist of the Year, Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist, Favorite Pop/Rock Album and Favorite Tour.

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