Mr. Worldwide himself, Pitbull, will once again be hosting the American Music Awards.
After a successful stint hosting the 2013 AMAs, Pitbull will be returning to the AMA stage this November. Best known for his songs "Don’t Stop the Party" and "Timber" featuring Kesha, the singer expressed his excitement in the announcement made on the American Music Awards website.
"World, who would have thought Pitbull hosting the AMAs two years in a row," said Armando Christian Perez aka Pitbull, "The harder I work, the luckier I get. Thank you ABC and dick clark productions for the amazing opportunity – more than anything let’s get ready to have fun. Dale!"
In the same announcement, the show’s producer Larry Klein stated, "Pitbull is a global superstar and multi-talented powerhouse, who delivered one of the most exciting shows in American Music Awards history when he hosted in 2013. This year will be no different."
Klein also promised that the show will be a memorable one.
"We’re working together to create elements of the show that will wow audiences and take the night to a whole new level," said Klein.
In addition to his hosting duties, Pitbull will also be taking the AMA stage to perform.
The American Music Awards will be broadcast live on Nov. 23 at 8 p.m. eastern on ABC.
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