Lady Gaga, Nick Jonas, And More To Perform At 2017 American Music Awards

Who's ready for the AMAs?

The 2017 American Music Awards is shaping to be one killer show. On Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, Dick Clark Productions and ABC revealed that Mother Monster herself Lady Gaga will perform at one of music's biggest events, along with Nick Jonas and Shawn Mendes (via E! News).

While Jonas and Mendes will both perform live from Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater, Gaga will instead put on a live show from Washington, D.C., where she'll be stopping during her Joanne tour.

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Selena Gomez will also be performing at the AMAs. The former Disney star, who underwent a kidney transplant over the summer, will be singing her song "Wolves," which was released in late October in collaboration with DJ Marshmello.

Deadline reports that the AMAs will also feature performances by Florida Georgia Line, Kelly Clarkson, Pink, Hailee Steinfeld, Niall Horan, and Portugal the Man, as well as Alessia Cara and Zedd, who will join forces for their song "Stay." Christina Aguilera will also take the stage for a tribute to Whitney Houston and the late singer's 1992 thriller The Bodyguard, marking the film's 25th anniversary.

Black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross will host the big event. Notably, Tracee's mother, Diana Ross, is set to take home the Lifetime Achievement Award.

The AMAs will air live on ABC at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday, Nov. 19.