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Thursday, November 2, 2017

Selena Gomez to Make a Performance Comeback at AMAs

Next month, Selena Gomez will make her return to the stage at the American Music Awards and will be performing for the first time after undergoing a kidney transplant. In 2015, the 25-year-old had been diagnosed with the autoimmune disease lupus and had gone public last month with her latest health struggle. The Come and Get It hit-maker revealed that she had been unable to promote her recent singles like Fetish and Bad Liar over the summer because she had been recovering from the surgery.

However, now the singer is fully ready to step back in the limelight and will perform at the prize giving in Los Angeles on November 19th. She will perform her new collaboration with DJ Marshmello, Wolves. The announcement was made on Thursday and Selena took to twitter to express her excitement. The news hit only a day after the online premiere of the new track. The pop star celebrated the release of Wolves by sitting down for an interview with Zane Lowe, Apple music presenter, on Wednesday, 25th October.

The singer admitted during the chat that in her recent studio sessions, she had managed to amass enough material for two albums and is waiting for the right time to share it with her loyal fans and followers. Speaking of her plans to release a follow up to Revival, which was launched in 2015, she said that she was ready to get back into her music. She said she had the material for two albums, but she was going to do it in her own time because she didn’t want to be forced into something.

Meanwhile, another performer has also been announced for the American Music Awards 2017 and it is Diana Ross. She will also be honored with a lifetime achievement award at the ceremony. With eight nods, Bruno Mars is leading all nominees as we head into the ceremony. The Weeknd, Selena’s boyfriend, is also up for five awards, and she will be able to support him there. Kendrick Lamar, Ed Sheeran, Drake and The Chainsmokers have also been nominated for five categories at the AMAs.  

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