The 49th Annual American Music Awards were held last night (Nov. 21) at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, recognizing the most popular artists, singles and albums of 2021.
Hosted by Cardi B, the night featured performances from Jason Aldean & Carrie Underwood singing their hit duet “If I Didn’t Love You,” as well as Kane Brown showcasing his “One Mississippi” as part of the program’s My Hometown segment. Mickey Guyton also took the stage to perform “All American,” while Walker Hayes made his AMA debut to perform his blockbuster hit “Fancy Like.”
Underwood took home two awards last night for Favorite Female Country Artist and for Favorite Inspirational Artist in the Christian category. Gabby Barrett also walked away with two trophies for Favorite Country Album (Goldmine) and Favorite Country Song (“The Good Ones”). Among the other winners were Luke Bryan, who took Favorite Male Country Artist; Dan + Shay, who earned Favorite Country Duo or Group; and Kanye West, who was voted Favorite Gospel Artist.
For a full list of the night’s winners, click here.
2021 American Music Awards Partial List of Winners:
Favorite Male Country Artist – Luke Bryan
Favorite Female Country Artist – Carrie Underwood
Favorite Country Duo or Group – Dan + Shay
Favorite Country Album – Gabby Barrett, Goldmine
Favorite Country Song – Gabby Barrett, “The Good Ones”
Favorite Inspirational Artist – Carrie Underwood
Favorite Gospel Artist – Kanye West
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