Bebe Rexha headed to YouTube's Los Angeles studio, ahead of the October 9th American Music Awards on ABC,to finally reveal the nominees for the show's many expanded categories. The 29-year-old pop singer had over 30 category nominations to announce, with the top most important being "Artist of the Year" and "New Artist of the Year".
In this major hosting gig, the "I'm A Mess" singer was anything but a mess in a bedazzled suit. She was full of smiles to be a part of the event.
Her excitement was through the roof when it was announced she had two nominations. "You know it’s cool. Growing up watching the AMA’s and finally being nominated is cool,” she told sources.
Bebe was nominated in the categories "Collaboration of the Year" and "Favorite Song – Country" for the song "Meant to Be" with Florida Georgia Line. She said in a video posted to the AMA's Twitter, “My reaction to two AMA nominations is holy s**t!"
Bebe was also joined by the singers Normani Hamilton, Ella Mai, and Kane Brown, who helped in presenting.
She later gushed about her co-presenter on Twitter, saying, "I love you with all my heart @Normani ❤️❤️❤️."
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