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Taylor Swift + Florida Georgia Line Get Multiple Nods for American Music Awards

Taylor Swift + Florida Georgia Line Get Multiple Nods for American Music Awards

Taylor Swift and Florida Georgia Line are the big country nominees for this year’s American Music Awards. Taylor picked up five nominations, including the big one for Artist of the Year. FGLine has a shot at four trophies, including the all-genre categories of New Artist of the Year and Single of the Year for “Cruise.” The show is live from L.A. November 24th on ABC.
Here are the country nominees:
Artist of the Year
TAYLOR SWIFT

Single Of The Year
“Cruise”, by FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE, f/ NELLY

New Artist Of The Year
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE

Favorite Female Artist — Pop/Rock
TAYLOR SWIFT

Favorite Album — Pop/Rock
TAYLOR SWIFT — Red

Favorite Male Artist — Country
LUKE BRYAN
HUNTER HAYES
BLAKE SHELTON

Favorite Female Artist — Country
MIRANDA LAMBERT
TAYLOR SWIFT
CARRIE UNDERWOOD

Favorite Band, Duo or Group — Country
THE BAND PERRY
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE
LADY ANTEBELLUM

Favorite Album — Country
LUKE BRYAN — Crash My Party
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE — Here’s to the Good Times
TAYLOR SWIFT — Red

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