Taylor Swift took home Artist of the Year at the AMAs, making her the only female artist to have won 22.
Swift beat Whitney Houston's record of 21.
Earlier in the night, Swift took home the awards for Favorite Album, Pop/Rock and Favorite Tour of the Year. Lenny Kravitz presented Swift with the coveted award.
"It means something different every time," Swift said during her speech. "And this time I just want you to know it represents encouragement, motivation, for me to be better, work harder and try to make you guys proud as much as I possibly can."
Swift also noted that the awards being given out at tonight's show were "voted on by the people."
"And you know what else is voted on by the people," she asked to cheers and applause, "it the midterm elections on November 6th. Get out and vote."
See her speech:
Carrie Underwood performed her single "Spinning Bottles" during the AMAs and was giving us all the feels.
The singer, who is expecting her second child, looked teary eyed at some points while singing, "Round and around and around they go/Will it end? Nobody knows/She's all cried out on the kitchen floor/Spinnin' rooms, spinnin' wheels, spinnin' outta control."
The song is off her latest album, "Cry Pretty."
Remember Mary Halsey?
She went viral back in August for her rendition of Missy Elliott's "Work It" at a karaoke competition. She dubbed herself Missy’s "Funky White Sister." Ellen DeGeneres had her on her talk show to perform and midway through Missy came out and surprised her.
Well, she's back. DeGeneres sent Halsey to the AMAs as her special correspondent, which was why she was seen in the audience just now.
Taylor Swift accepted her second American Music Award during Wednesday night's show. Swift won Favorite Album, Pop/Rock and earlier in the night she took home the award for Favorite Tour of the Year.
During her speech she thanked fans for liking her "Reputation" album and said, "Guys, I always look at albums as chapters in my life and to the fans, I'm so happy that you like this one. I'm so happy that this means that you like this one. I have to be really honest with you about something, I'm even more excited about the next chapter."
XXXTentacion was just awarded 'Favorite Album Soul/R&B' at the AMAs for his album '17.' The late rapper was shot and killed during an attempted robbery in Broward County, Florida, this past June. He was 20.
His real name was Jahseh Onfroy and his mother, Cleopatra Bernard, has since kept in touch with fans on social media. There has been an outpouring of love for the rapper's family since his death. In August Bernard shared the rapper's girlfriend is expecting a boy by him.
Accepting the award on Tuesday night, Bernard said, "I am honored to accept this award on behalf of my son. I would like to thank the AMAs, his fans, and to everyone who made this possible. Thank you guys so much. I appreciate it."
Jennifer Lopez proved once again why she's a triple threat. The artist sang her new single "Limitless" from her upcoming movie, "Second Act." The song was written by Sia.
This is Lopez's first film since 2012's "What to Expect When You're Expecting" and before that, 2010's "The Back-up Plan."
You know how it feels like we now live in a world where anything can happen? That was reinforced when rap group The Migos bested Imagine Dragons and Maroon 5 for favorite duo or group/pop, rock. It was a proud moment for Cardi B, who is married to Migos member Offset and she appeared to be cheering the loudest for them. Mumble rappers over Maroon 5? The fans have spoken and it's probably all love as Cardi B made a guest appearance on the latter's hit song "Girls Like You."
Calling it "the biggest election of our lifetime," comedian Billy Eichner told viewers watching the American Music Awards that it's the final day in several states to register to vote for the upcoming midterm elections on Nov. 6.
"Don't let anyone tell you your vote won't count. It counts. It does," Eichner said, also giving a shout out to Taylor Swift who recently posted on Instagram about the upcoming election, directing people to register at vote.gov (Swift actually posted vote.org -- both will do the trick).
Eichner is no stranger to politics -- he's also partnered up with Funny or Die this year for an effort called "Glam Up The Midterms," which looks to bring awareness to voting in the midterm elections.
Cardi B hit the American Music Awards stage for the very first time with a performance of her hit single, "I Like It" with Bad Bunny & J Balvin.
A debut: This was Cardi's first awards show performance since giving birth to her first child, daughter Kulture Kiari in July.
Cardi also leads the way with the most nominations alongside Drake. They are both tied with eight.