The 2020 American Music Awards, held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on November 22, took place under the influence of the coronavirus.
Host Taraji P. Henson was joined for the live ABC broadcast Sunday night by a limited audience of invited guests in small groups from the same families, she said, and she explained that they were socially distanced and tested for COVID-19.
Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion was one of the award-winning artists. Although she lost the Collaboration of the Year award to Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber’s song ‘10,000 Hours,’ she won the Favorite Song award in the Rap/Hip-Hop category with her hit song WAP this year. Megan attending the award ceremony wearing a light green mini dress thanked her late mother, grandmother, and collaborator Cardi B.
After the ceremony, the rapper also updated her Instagram feed to pay attention to her rings because they are very huge. She wrote an article showing regret for wearing these rings and made fun of herself. She also reminded everyone that they won awards with her and Cardi’s song, WAP.
Here’s what she wrote:
“I can’t believe I be getting away with these FUCK YOU rings everywhere 😂 WAP won favorite rap/ hip hop song tonight 😛😛😛 @iamcardib”
Additionally, Megan Thee Stallion, who went into the night as the most nominated female artist this year with five nods but only took home one award for her work with Cardi B on “WAP,” performed “Body,” off of her recently released debut album Good News.
Check out the Instagram post below.
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