American Music Awards 2008

写真:American Music Awards 2008


Christina Aguilera

Singer, songwriter, performer, producer, perfumer -- is there anything Christina Aguilera hasn't done, and done exceedingly well?
  • Natasha Bedingfield
    With a number one single in America, over six million units shifted worldwide, Natasha Bedingfield is the UK's biggest female pop star bar none.
  • Beyonce
    One of 2008's most anticipated new album releases, I AM... SASHA FIERCE is Beyoncé's first new studio collection since her Grammy-winning multi-platinum-selling B'DAY.
  • Mariah Carey
    Mariah reached an historic career achievement when "Touch My Body" became her 18th #1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 -- surpassing one of the most enduring chart records in Billboard history, Elvis Presley's 17 #1's.
  • Coldplay
    However you might describe it, there's no mistaking the artistic leap which Viva La Vida or Death And All His Friends represents for the four friends collectively known as Coldplay.
  • Miley Cyrus
    She may be young, but Miley Cyrus loves what she does, fearlessly embracing new creative directions every chance she gets.
  • The Fray
    What a time it's been for the Fray: The Denver-based group played to sold-out crowds around the world in support of 2005's How to Save a Life, which went on to sell more than 3 million copies in the U.S.
  • Jonas Brothers
    For Jonas Brothers, the last year has been all whirlwind, all the time. Yet somehow, on the road to becoming a pop culture phenomenon, the trio never broke a sweat -- other than on the stage, giving their all, and living their dream.
  • Alicia Keys
    For Keys, prosperity isn't measured monetarily but through passion, self-fulfillment and life experiences. It's this philosophy that has made the songstress a master of endless promise and impressive achievements.
  • Annie Lennox
    Few artists have imagined a body of work that is at once as intimate and universal as the one created by Annie Lennox.
  • Leona Lewis
    Every once in a while, an artist comes along whose talent is so undeniable that it inspires everyone who encounters it. Britain's Leona Lewis is such an artist.
  • Sarah McLachlan
    "Closer: The Best Of Sarah McLachlan" contains 14 classic tracks personally selected by the artist from her award-winning catalog, as well as two newly recorded and previously unreleased songs
  • Ne-Yo
    Grammy-Award winner Ne-Yo, who has impressed audiences with his talents since his debut In My Own Words dropped in 2006, is fed-up with the sloppiness of current R&B.
  • New Kids on the Block
    "The Right Stuff" really is -- at long last -- returning to your block. Thankfully, this time, it's all happening in the right way too.
  • P!nk
    P!nk has never been afraid to speak her mind, bare her soul, and share her deepest feelings in her songs. As she casually confers, "I have no choice. It's what I do." Indeed, it is what P!nk does.
  • Pussycat Dolls
    Grammy-nominated pop superstars The Pussycat Dolls are giving the world fair's time for global domination.
  • Rihanna
    At the young age of 19, Rihanna, the Barbados-born beauty, has already earned the coveted title of international superstar.
  • Taylor Swift
    Widely hailed as the first bonafide country music star of the MySpace generation, 18-year-old Taylor Swift currently has singles climbing both the country and pop radio charts.
  • Kanye West
    Kanye West emerged from behind the production boards in 2004 to release his stunning solo debut album The College Dropout, which sold over 2 million copies and became an instant classic.