ABC censors are supposed to be “going ballistic” in front of ribald exhibitions from Jennifer Lopez and Megan Thee Stallion at Sunday night’s American Music Awards, Page Six is only told.
A source said Lopez, 51 — whose hot Super Bowl halftime execution with Shakira started more than 1,300 grumblings to the Federal Communications Commission — is set to play out a “hot” two-part harmony at the AMAs with Colombian artist Maluma, highlighting their tunes “Dad’ Ti” and “Forlorn,” around 9 p.m.
“WAP” rapper Megan Thee Stallion, then, is scheduled for a “hot” set around 30 minutes into the transmission, the source said.
A portion of the halftime show protests contrasted Lopez and Shakira’s demonstration with a “porno show” or “strip club act.”
The current year’s AMAs, facilitated by Taraji P. Henson, is being communicated live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. As COVID-19 cases keep on ascending all through the nation, a representative for Dick Clark Productions portrayed to Rolling Stone the show’s wellbeing and security precautionary measures.
“Anybody entering the AMAs impression is tried ahead of time, and testing proceeds with recurrence all through the wrap of creation,” the representative told the distribution.
“Everybody inside our impression, except for craftsmen in front of an audience who are singing or talking, will be wearing facial covers and keep up anti-social consistently. At the point when specialists are not in front of an audience singing, introducing, or tolerating an honor, they will be wearing individual defensive gear (PPE). Furthermore, we purify our set each night, and in the middle of exhibitions during pre-creation, practices, and the live show,” the representative proceeded.
Billie Eilish, Katy Perry, and BTS are likewise important for the elegant arrangement, just as The Weeknd, who will perform with Kenny G.
“Bachelorette” Tayshia Adams has been tapped as a moderator, notwithstanding Kristin Cavallari, Ciara, Anthony Anderson, and Megan Fox.
The 2020 American Music Awards airs Sunday at 8 p.m. on ABC.