Justin Bieber to Perform at the American Music Awards for the First Time in 4 Years

Following his performance at the 2020 E! People's Choice Awards, Justin Bieber is set to take the stage at the 2020 American Music Awards. Scroll on for more details.

Oh, baby! Justin Bieber's next major performance has been revealed.

Just days after lighting up the stage at the 2020 E! People's Choice Awards, it's been announced that the superstar singer will take the stage at the 2020 American Music Awards. The show, set to take place on Sunday, Nov. 22, will mark Justin's first appearance on the AMAs stage since 2016. During the ceremony, which will be hosted by Taraji P. Henson, Justin is set to deliver a multi-song performance, including his hit tracks "Holy" and "Lonely."

With this announcement, the 26-year-old joins a growing list of performers set to take the stage at the AMAs, including The Weeknd, Katy Perry, Jennifer Lopez and Billie EilishMegan Thee Stallion and Shawn Mendes are also set to perform at the upcoming ceremony.

Along with performing at the award show, Justin is also nominated in multiple categories for his work in the music industry over the last year.

Justin is up for Artist of the Year and Favorite Male Artist (Pop/Rock). He's also received recognition for his unexpected collab "10,000 Hours" with duo Dan + Shay. The stars received nominations for Collaboration of the Year as well as Favorite Song — Country.

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Other notable nominees for this year's AMAs include The Weeknd and Roddy Ricch, who lead the nominees with eight nods each. Megan Thee Stallion received five nominations while Taylor SwiftBad Bunny and Lady Gaga each earned four.

You can see the full list of nominees HERE.

The 2020 American Music Awards will be broadcast live from The Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles on ABC on Sunday, Nov. 22, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

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