American Music Awards: Justin Bieber Performs "Let Me Love You" From Purpose World Tour in Italy

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Justin Bieber

The singer, a 15-time nominee and eight-time winner, is currently on his 'Purpose' tour.

Justin Bieber performed "Let Me Love You" at the American Music Awards on Sunday night and had is fans in tears. The performance featured a crew of backup dancers and a dramatic display of visuals. 

The singer performed live from Casalecchio Di Reno, Italy while on his Purpose world tour. The performance marks his sixth AMA performance to date.

Already, he holds eight AMA titles: new artist of the year (2010), favorite rock/pop album (2010, 2012), favorite pop/rock male artist (2010, 2012), artist of the year (2010, 2012) and collaboration of the year for "Where are U Now" (2015).

Bieber could become one of the top 10 AMA winners of all time if he wins one of his categories. His 2016 nominations include video of the year, favorite male artist — pop/rock, favorite album — pop/rock, favorite song — pop/rock and the top honor, artist of the year.

Other artists scheduled to perform at the AMAs include Niall Horan, Maroon 5 and Kendrick Lamar, James Bay, Carlos Vives, Fifth Harmony, Lady Gaga, Green Day, John Legend, Bruno Mars, Shawn Mendes, Twenty One Pilots, DJ Khaled, The Weeknd, special duets from The Chainsmokers and Halsey, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj, and the American Music Award of Merit honoree and performer Sting.

The nominations for the fan-voted awards show, produced by Dick Clark Productions, were revealed earlier this month. Drake leads with a record 13 noms, while Rihanna has seven and Adele and Justin Bieber each have five. Beyonce and The Chainsmokers follow closely behind with four and Bryson Tiller, Twenty One Pilots, Carrie Underwood, Fetty Wap and the Weeknd each have three. Keep up with the latest winners here.

The 2016 American Music Awards, airing on ABC, is executive produced by Allen Shapiro and Mike Mahan, with Larry Klein, Barry Adelman and Mark Bracco serving as producers.

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