The 2019 American Music Awards took place on Sunday night, November 24.
But, really, these could have been referred to as the 2019 American Music Awards Featuring Taylor Swift and her Latest Controversy Instead.
The beloved star made numerous headlines in the days leading up to the event, trashing producer Scooter Braun and his company for allegedly banning her from performing a medley of her greatest hits.
You can read about the scandal HERE.
In the end, Swift did, indeed, take to the stage as the main act at the AMAs, prior to earning this event's Artist of the Decade award.
Scroll down for a rundown of her memorable performance...
Swift opened the performance with the female-empowerment anthem “The Man," off her latest album, while donning a white button-down shirt with the names of her past albums (except for Lover) written across it.
Take This, Scooter?
Observers belived this garment was a shot hurled at Braun, considering his company just bought all the rights to these six albums.
A Female, Empowered
After tearing the white top off, Swift starting by singing “Love Story” in a sparkly golden leotard, brandishing a microphone reading “Lover.” She followed the track with renditions of Red‘s “I Knew You Were Trouble” and 1989‘s “Blank Space.”
Who Cheered Her On?
Most notably, Swift’s parents -- Andrea and Scott -- adorably sang along to her performance, alongside Swift’s close friend Selena Gomez, who fangirled from the audience throughout.
Welcome, Halsey and Camila!
These two pop stars helped keep the party going during Swift's rendition of "Shake It Off," an all-time beloved track.
Slowing It Way Down
Swift proceeded to slow it down to conclude her performance with a beautiful, acoustic rendition of “Lover,” while wearing a long pink cape, playing the track on a grand piano.