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AMAs: 5 Seconds of Summer Wins New Artist of the Year

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5 Seconds of Summer won the Kohl's-presented New Artist of the Year award at the 2014 American Music Awards. The excited boy band seemed a bit at a loss for words at first with Michael Clifford saying, "This is the first time we've ever done this so this is awesome." "This just shows that a little band from Sydney can do great things," Ashton Irwin added. See more American Music Awards Best and Worst Moments 5 Seconds of Summer beat Iggy Azalea, Bastille, Sam Smith and Meghan Trainor for the honor, which was their only nomination of

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- Hilary Lewis

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'Walking Dead's' Norman Reedus: Daryl Will Do Anything to Save Beth and Carol

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[Warning: This story contains spoilers from episode 507, "Crossed," of AMC's The Walking Dead.] AMC's The Walking Dead set the stage for the midseason finale during Sunday's episode when, for the first time this season, multiple storylines started to converge as Rick's group planned its attack on the hospital, while the church camp faced issues of their own and Maggie took over Abraham's leadership role.  After fortifying the church, Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus), Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman) and Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) joined Noah (Tyler James Williams) and headed for Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital to

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- Lesley Goldberg

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AMAs: Charli Xcx Brings Prom, "Boom Clap" & "Break the Rules"

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Taylor Swift doing "Blank Space" is a hard act to follow, but she might've gotten one-upped at this year's AMAs. Wearing a bright red pair of Lolita sunglasses, Charli Xcx hit the stage to perform a medley of songs from her upcoming second album Sucker, "Boom Clap" and "Break the Rules." American Music Awards: Best and Worst Moments With the stage dressed up to resemble a high school prom, Charli delivered her top 10 hit and had the whole audience singing along. Even better, it was a one-two Sucker punch -- She tore off her prom gown to

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- Joe Lynch, Billboard

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AMAs: Lorde Delivers Out-of-the-Box Performance of "Yellow Flicker Beat"

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Lorde brought the Hunger Games to the American Music Awards with the first-ever American TV performance of "Yellow Flicker Beat," her single from the Mockingjay — Part 1 soundtrack. Effie Trinket herself, Elizabeth Banks, introduced the 18-year-old pop star, who began her performance trapped in an orange-lit box and climbing the walls, with the camera taking ABC viewers inside the small space. See more American Music Awards Best and Worst Moments She emerged from the box about halfway through her performance to reveal that she was wearing a white crop-top and black pants. She

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- Hilary Lewis

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AMAs: Aww! Jamie Foxx and Daughter Annalise Are Too Cute

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He wasn't up for any awards, but Jamie Foxx might've brought one home for Cutest Date.  Foxx brought his 5-year old daughter Annelise Estelle Foxx out as his co-presenter for "Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Album."  When Foxx scooped the child up in his arms, he ask her to say her name to the crowd. She said, "Annalise Foxx." Then Foxx asked her to say her full name. "Annalise Estelle Foxx." American Music Awards: Best and Worst Moments Like a pro, the adorable tike called out Iggy Azalea as the winner for "The New Classic."  The father-daughter team

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- Soo Youn

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'A Particle of Dread (Oedipus Variations)': Theater Review

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It might be wise to reread Oedipus the King before seeing A Particle of Dread (Oedipus Variations), now receiving its American premiere courtesy of the Signature Theatre. Sam Shepard's aptly titled theatrical meditation on Sophocles' Greek tragedy is like a series of jazzy riffs on its inspiration, plumbing the existential emotions of the work while loosely adapting it to modern-day times. This oblique intellectual exercise is likely to prove off-putting to all but the most adventurous audiences, although Shepard completists will no doubt want to catch the latest offering from the playwright's ever-restless imagination. Originally presented by

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- Frank Scheck

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American Music Awards: Best and Worst Moments

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Taylor Swift's Kickoff The "Shake It Off" singer began the awards show with her first televised performance of "Blake Space," featuring a live (yet framed) version of her mansion-set music video, complete with a burning rose, a choking suitor, and dancers dressed as zombie ex-lovers. She also transformed her copper-colored gown into a flirty fringe number.   Pitbull Hosts Again The tuxedo-clad musician started off his monologue just after Swift's performance, of which the host joked, "She just sold another 68 million albums!" And since he's called "Pitbull, Mr. 305, Mr. Worldwide — with three names,

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- Ashley Lee

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AMAs: Iggy Azalea Wins First-Ever Award With Best Rap/Hip-Hop Album Trophy

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Iggy Azalea won the first of the six American Music Awards she's nominated for on Sunday night, taking home the trophy for best rap/hip-hop album. But the award wasn't just her first Ama or her first award of the night, it was her first award ever, she announced when she accepted the prize. The 24-year-old Australian hip-hop artist won for her debut album The New Classic, beating out veterans Eminem and Drake. See more American Music Awards 2014: The Red Carpet Arrivals In her acceptance speech, Azalea said she was particularly honored to be nominated with

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- Hilary Lewis

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AMAs: Pitbull Pokes Fun at Hispanic-Skewing Ratings, Obama's Immigration Address

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Pitbull kicked off Sunday night's American Music Awards — broadcasted on ABC from Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre L.A. Live — with a poke at Hispanic-skewing ratings and President Barack Obama's immigration address. Hosting the awards show for the second year in a row, the tuxedo-clad musician entered from an aisle among the audience and started his monologue just after Taylor Swift's performance, of which he joked, "She just sold another 68 million albums!" And since he's called "Pitbull, Mr. 305, Mr. Worldwide — with three names, they should pay me triple!" See more American Music Awards 2014: The

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- Ashley Lee

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American Music Awards 2014: Complete Winners List (Updating Live)

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On Sunday night the 2014 American Music Awards took over the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles to celebrate the very best of the music industry. Going into the evening, Iggy Azalea was leading the pack with six nominations, with expectations high for performances from Taylor Swift, Imagine Dragons, Selena Gomez and others. One Direction kicked things off with the first win of the evening. Here are the winners for the rest of the 2014 AMAs — updated live as the winners take the stage to grab their awards. See more AMAs: The Red Carpet Arrivals Favorite Artist — Rap/Hip-Hop Iggy

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- THR Staff

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AMAs: Luke Bryan's Speech Thanks God and Bus Driver

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Luke Bryan might win the award for most comprehensive acceptance speech, remembering to thank everyone from top to bottom.  Bryan, who won "Favorite Male Country Artist," showed his humble side, seemingly leaving no one's support unnoticed. American Music Awards: Best and Worst Moments  "Thank you AMAs. Thanks for having me out here. It's amazing to be here in La watching all this music," he started off. Then he went down the list, starting with the Big Guy. "I want to thank God above for letting me tour night in and night out on the road. I want

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- Soo Youn

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