2018 American Music Awards Move to New Night!

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Pink at the 2017 AMAs
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The American Music Awards are moving to a new night!

The fan-voted awards show, which recognizes and honors artists in all genres of music, will be airing live on Tuesday, Oct. 9. 

The show -- which aired in the past on a Sunday and in November -- will feature a number of performances from some of the hottest talent in the music industry.

The 2017 AMAs saw a few of the most amazing live performances in recent memory, including a death-defying stunt by Pink, who sang while hanging sideways and delivering feats of acrobatic prowess on the side of the 34-floor JW Marriott hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

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The show was also dominated by Korean pop supergroup BTS, who became the first Korean boy band to perform at the AMAs when they made their U.S. television debut with a performance of their hit single "DNA."

The 2018 American Music Awards air Oct. 9 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

Check out the video below for some of the best moments from last year's amazing AMA spectacular.

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