The 41st Annual AMA Winners

A complete list of the 2013 AMA winners.

The American Music Awards rocked the house Sunday Nov. 24, at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. The first ever AMA Icon award was presented to singer Rihanna, by her mother, Monica Barithwaite. ABC News describes the mother-daughter moment to be “emotional,” as Barithwaite went on to congratulate Rihanna’s iconic rise.

What’s an award show without a few performances? Salsa sensation Jennifer Lopez took the stage and performed in honor of Cuban singer, Celia Cruz. Miley Cyrus performed yet another memorable performance, singing her latest hit single “Wrecking Ball,” while sporting a cat covered two piece outfit and was accompanied by a singing cat projected on the screen behind her. Superstar girl group TLC reunited on stage paying tribute to late member, Left Eye, by performing “Waterfalls,” featuring Lil Mama.

The show wrapped up with an astonishing record win for Country pop sensation, Taylor Swift, taking home her third Artist of the Year AMA. Here is the complete list of winners from this year’s AMA’s.

Favorite Male Pop Rock Artist

Justin Timberlake

Favorite Female Artist, Soul/R&B


Favorite Album, Country

“Red,” by Taylor Swift

Favorite Album, Rap/Hip-Hop

“The Heist,” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Favorite Artist, Alternative Rock

Imagine Dragons

Favorite Artist, Latin

Marc Anthony

Favorite Album, Pop or Rock

“Take Me Home,” by One Direction

New Artist of the Year, presented by Kohl’s

Ariana Grande

Favorite Male Artist, Soul/R&B

Justin Timberlake

Favorite Female Artist, Country

Taylor Swift

Single of the Year

“Cruise,” by Florida Georgia Line, featuring Nelly

Favorite Album, Soul/R&B

“The 20/20 Experience,” by Justin Timberlake

Favorite Artist, Electronic Dance Music (EDM)


Favorite Artist, Adult Contemporary

Maroon 5

Favorite Artist, Contemporary Inspirational

Matthew West

Top Soundtrack

Pitch Perfect

Favorite Male Artist, Country

Luke Bryan

Favorite Band, Duo or Group, Pop or Rock

One Direction

Favorite Band, Duo or Group, Country

Lady Antebellum

Artist of the Year 

Taylor Swift