It's been a while since TLC were the biggest girl group in the world, with smash hits like 'No Scrubs' and 'Waterfalls' dominating the charts and the airwaves. Still, we were beyond excited to see them take the stage at the 2013 American Music Awards to perform their signature hit, the aforementioned 'Waterfalls.'
Miley Cyrus and a crying cat avatar performed her powerhouse hit 'Wrecking Ball' at the 2013 American Music Awards. Hey, at least she left the life-sized bears, foam fingers and compulsion to twerk at home!
It was a trippy performance (Nov. 24), and it came the day after Miss Miley's 21st birthday.
Lady Gaga's performance at the 2013 American Music Awards was rich in American history, drenched in 'ARTPOP' flair. She started out seated at a desk and answering phones, acting as the secretary to the president, played by her duet partner R. Kelly. It was all uphill from there.
It was a hotter than bowl of cayenne and chili peppers when Jennifer Lopez took the stage at the 2013 American Music Awards (Nov. 24), where the glamazon diva turned in a salsariffic performance where she sang entirely in Spanish and saluted Celia Cruz.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are currently in Miami, but that didn't stop the duo from appearing at the 2013 American Music Awards (Nov. 24). They beamed in from their concert in Florida, offering a satellite performance of their smash hit 'Can't Hold Us.'
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