Lady Gaga “Million Reasons” American Music Awards Video: Watch AMAs Performance!
Lady Gaga performed “Million Reasons” at Sunday’s 2016 American Music Awards. Watch below!
“Million Reasons” is off Gaga’s latest album, Joanne. The song, which she co-wrote and co-produced, was originally released in October as a promotional single, but was sent to radio earlier this month as the record’s official second single. It follows the lead track, “Perfect Illusion.”
Gaga also performed a stripped-down version of “Million Reasons” on “Saturday Night Live” in October, as Gossip Cop reported at the time. The pop star also sang the track on her three-city “Dive Bar Tour.” Fans, however, are still clamoring for a music video.
Tonight marks Gaga’s first AMAs performance since 2013. She also previously performed in 2009. The singer teased the new performance on Twitter Saturday with a gif of herself playing an acoustic guitar while sitting on a horse. She wrote with the clip, “#AMAs Rehearsal! #Joanne and her vibes are rollin’ though!!”
Although not nominated for any awards tonight, Gaga is a nine-time AMAs nominee. Her lone win came for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist in 2010. So far, “Million Reasons” hasn’t had much success on the music charts, but that could change after the American Music Awards performance. Check out the full video below, or click here.