Jared Leto, Celine Dion pay emotional tribute to Paris at AMAs

23 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

American Music Awards 2015: Best show moments, Celine Dion’s tribute to Paris, Gwen Stefani’s tearful performance.

Jared Leto, along with Celine Dion, paid tribute to the Paris terrorist attacks that left 130 people dead, including 89 at the Le Bataclan concert hall. One of his final remarks: “the entire world matters and peace are possible,” before mentioning the controversy about Syrian immigrants coming in the U.S.

Dion’s set was announced earlier this week by the show’s producer, Larry Klein. “We felt it was important to show our solidarity in light of the recent events in Paris and all around the world,” he said in a statement at the time. “Celine’s performance will help us express our feelings through song when words do not suffice.” Dion was introduced by Jared Leto on Sunday night. Although Lovato was only three years old when Morrissette released the song (from her hit album “Jagged Little Pill”) age didn’t seem to matter in their edgier version. Tears flowed during Gwen Stefani’s performance of “Used to Love You,” an emotional ballad about her breakup with ex-husband of 13-years Gavin Rossdale. Stefani’s current beau, fellow “The Voice” judge Blake Shelton wasn’t in attendance, but showed his support tweeting, “Prepare for greatness” before Stefani hit the stage.

Meghan Trainor and Charlie Puth shared a steamy kiss at the end of their performance of “Marvin Gaye” which fueled rumors of a romance, but Puth told People before the show that they are ‘just friends.’

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