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 “SNL” 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. NOTE: The video is no longer available.