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Brutally honest review of each AMAs 2021 performance including JLo, Olivia Rodrigo, and BTS

With a savvy mix of first-timers – Olivia Rodrigo, Mickey Guyton, Måneskin – and veteran superstars including Jennifer Lopez and Carrie Underwood, the 2021 American Music Awards offered a performance lineup targeting multiple generations. 

In a twist this year, the AMAs brought some of the artists to their roots, as Underwood and Jason Aldean teamed up in Nashville, where they launched their careers, and Kane Brown performed from the HBCU Tennessee State University in his native state. 

As it is with any three-hour event of this nature, there were some acts that captured attention while others failed to do so.

Here’s how the all the AMA performers fared, from worst to first.

16. Coldplay, BTS and ‘My Universe.

This was a terrible performance. This was the first live performance for Coldplay and BTS on their sweet hit of affection, but if they’re always going to sound this awful, it’s OK if it’s their last. We knew that the vocals had been recorded live. However, they were out of tune and overpowered other members. No amount of bouncing from eager frontman Chris Martin or the disciplined BTS could salvage this wreck, made even worse by goofy jumping around as flash pots exploded at the merciful end of the performance.

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15. Walker Hayes – “Fancy Like”,

His No. 1 hit, “Travelman Country Singer-Songwriter”, was a success because he…




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