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Jessie J performed her hit "Bang Bang" at the American Music Awards 2014, with Ariana Grande joining her on the track and several audience members dancing along.

And by dancing, we mean shaking booty in the case of Khloe Kardashian, and Taylor Swift ... doing whatever it is Taylor Swift does. Because obviously. Watch:

The British brunette beauty certainly bang banged into the room in her tight, gold body suit, while Ariana and Nicki Minaj provided the track even more energy.

While Ariana did her thing on stage, Jessie worked the crowd, getting down with Taylor and Khloe, the latter of which gave her bottom a smack in mid-performance.

Ariana's brother and Big Brother star Frankie Grande also caught the cameras' attention, bopping along to the catchy tune as he supported his little sis and cohorts.

Jessie J's peformance was but one of many memorable efforts at the 2014 American Music Awards, a star studded bonanza that also featured the likes of ...

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Katy Perry has taken a break from blasting the Australian paparazzi to confirm a report that first leaked online a few weeks ago:

She'll be performing at halftime of Super Bowl XLIX!

The artist anchored a Pepsi commercial in promotion of the performance last night, appearing in an extended spot that took viewers inside Perry’s halftime show-testing facility.

"I've got some insane ideas," Perry tells fans in the ad. "Like what if we covered the whole stadium in glitter, but the glitter was edible?"

She also teased the possibility of being wrapped in bacon while on stage, while getting fans excited for the inclusion of a pegasus in her show.

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One Direction was the big winner at the 2014 American Music Awards.

And we don't just mean in the looks department!

Everyone's favorite quintet - Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, and Zayn Malik - took home three trophies on the evening, winning Favorite Album (Pop/Rock), Favorite Band (Duo Or Group – Pop/Rock) and also Artist of the Year).

They also took to the AMAs stage and performed "Night Changes," a track off the group's new album.

Talk about an exciting way to conclude a week that began in controversial fashion, as Matt Lauer wondered whether Malik missed a Today Show appearance due to his substance abuse problem.

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Having produced a music video so risque that the idea of a live performance gave ABC nightmares, all eyes were on Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea Sunday night.

True to form, their show-stopping rendition of "Booty" featured a whole lot of arse shaking and no doubt had the censors on DefCon 5 as they witnessed this ...

Lopez, looking flat-out insane for 45, kicked off the American Music Awards 2014 performance in a black and white leotard that showed off her famous ASSets.

She was joined onstage by rapper Azalea, one of the big winners at the American Music Awards and one of the breakout music stars of this entire year.

Iggy rocked a glittery metallic leotard and proceeded to dance with J.Lo as lights flashed across the stage, adorning them in polka dots, stripes, and diamonds.

Lopez at one point switched to a red ensemble and performed a seductive choreographed routine with some backup dancers not named Casper Smart.

The superstar got a call on her phone, which she dismissed as a "booty call" (get it?!) before moving those hips away and making sure we all got a look.

She ended the song with her back to the crowd.

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As she often does at awards shows, Taylor Swift made her presence strongly felt at the American Music Awards last night. Without even taking home any trophies.

The artist danced in the crowd at various times. She teared up when best friend Selena Gomez cried on stage over Justin Bieber.

And, of course, Swift also took to the stage, opening the show with the first-ever live performance of "Blank Space."

Swift (who did appear to lip-synch) re-created the theme of her Blank Space music video at the AMAs, acting as the psycho-ex girlfriend to a number of (hot!) men and even lighting a single rose in flames at one point.

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Selena Gomez did not take home any hardware at the 2014 American Music Awards.

But the young artist did likely put on the most memorable performance at the annual event.

She took to the stage to sing her latest track, "The Heart Wants What It Wants," a single Selena has admitted was written about her tumultuous relationship with Justin Bieber.

As Gomez sang emotional lyrics ("Hand over heart, I'm praying, that I'm gonna make it out alive…”), a video played in the background of a concealed shadow of a male.

This guy was resting his palms against a clouded glass panel, seemingly depicting Bieber himself.

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The 2014 American Music Awards have come and gone, and the annual music extravaganza - with its honors voted on by the fans - lived up to its billing.

Especially if you're a One Directioner. People love One Direction!

Hosted by Mr. Worldwide himself, Pitbull led a host of A-list stars in attendance such as Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Iggy Azalea, Nicki Minaj and Sam Smith.

Check out the complete list of winners below to find out who walked away with the honors, and check back with THG throughout the day for full AMA coverage:

Iggy Azalea WORKS IT
Iggy Azalea works it at the 2014 American Music Awards.

FAVORITE BAND, DUO OR GROUP - POP/ROCK

Imagine Dragons
One Direction - WINNER
OneRepublic

FAVORITE ALBUM - RAP/HIP-HOP

Iggy Azalea "The New Classic" - WINNER
Drake "Nothing Was The Same"
Eminem "The Marshall Mathers LP 2"

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Beyonce has dropped her latest music video for "7/11" and in the process, she's set the bar impossibly high for anyone else looking to throw a hotel party.

She's also turned wearing no pants into an art form. And we thank her for that.

The wacky video shows her cycling through numerous outfit changes, most of which do not involve pants, throughout the course of an epic hotel rager.

Beyonce and her backup dancers filmed the footage earlier this month.

"Man it feel like rollin' dice, man it feel like rollin' dice / Seven eleven, seven eleven, seven twice, man seven twice," Beyonce sings. "Man it feel like rollin' dice."

"Man it feel like rollin' dice / Seven twice, seven twice."

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Taylor Swift covers the latest issue of Lucky, opening up to the magazine about a number of personal issues.

Like dating, coffee and whether or not she has a belly button.

Taylor Swift Lucky Cover

"I really used to think that happily ever after was a thing," Swift admits to the publication. "I used to believe that you find the one and that's it: Nothing's difficult after that."

But Taylor has sadly grown more cynical as so many of her high-profile relationships have flamed out, now telling Lucky she knows I "legitimately nothing about lasting relationship experiences because I don't have them."

Awwww! Sad face! At least Swift will always have her cat.

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Two new Selena Gomez singles have leaked online this week, and triggered the obligatory speculation that they're about that douche lord Justin Bieber.

It's not totally far-fetched in this case, though. The first song, "Do It," is basically all about sex. From which she may be drawing on her personal experience.

BECAUSE SHE'S MADE SEX WITH JUSTIN BIEBER.

The lyrics to this soon-to-be iconic pop anthem include, "If I had a choice, if I had my way / Boy you know we'd do it every single day, if I had a wish and if I had my way ..."

"Boy you know we'd do it every single day."

Justin must have mad skills in the sack.

Furthermore, the sultry singer croons about this (not) mysterious lover of hers, "Damn I wish I didn't feel so hypnotized, when I look at you baby its justified."

Is it hot in here or is it just us?!

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