Megan Thee Stallion dropped it like its hot for her first-ever American Music Awards performance!
The Houston native stormed the stage at the 2020 AMAs Sunday night (November 22) with the world live television premiere of her new single “Body.” Hot Girl Meg commanded the crowd with a bold and bodacious presentation a la the music video for the song, wearing a sparkling, sheer black outfit while dancing and twerking to the bounce beat.
“Num, num, num, num, eat it up, foreplay, okay, three, two, one/ You know I'm the hottest, you ain't ever gotta heat me up/ I'm present whеn I'm absent, speakin' when I'm not there/ All them bitches scary cats, I call 'em Carole Baskins,” Megan raps to the LilJuMadeDaBeat production.
“Body” features on the 25-year-old musician’s long-awaited debut album, Good News, which released this past Friday (November 20). Meg accompanied the single’s release with a star-studded visual that featured cameos by famous friends like Asian Da Brat, Taraji P. Henson, Blac Chyna and more.
This was Megan’s first time performing on the annual awards show, where the “Savage” star is the most-nominated female artist with five nominations total.
So far, Megan has already claimed the trophy for Favorite Song - Rap/Hip-Hop with Cardi B for their groundbreaking team-up "WAP." As yet, she remains in the running for New Artist of the Year and Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Female Artist, and is twice-nominated for Collaboration of the Year for “WAP” and “Savage (Remix)” with Beyonce.
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