Chris Brown, Usher and Trey Songz to Face Off at American Music Awards

Chris Brown, Usher and Trey Songz will all be vying for Best Male Soul and R&B artist at this year’s American Music Awards. Brown is coming fresh off of his Billboard-charting single “Deuces,” and is proving to be getting back on the public’s good side since his 2009 domestic violence incident. Usher is also a nominee for Favorite Male Artist and Best R&B album. Drake and B.O.B are up for Favorite Male Hip-Hop artists and Sade, Rihanna and Alicia Keys are going against each other for Favorite Soul and R&B Female Artist. Winners of this year’s awards will be decided by online voting for the fourth year at www.amavote.com and ama.abc.com. The first round of voting is from Tuesday, October 12 to Friday, October 22. Fans will determine the artists that will be the final award nominees from the list of artists at ama.abc.com. The top four artists from the first round of voting that have the highest votes will be the final award nominees for the T-Mobile Breakthrough Artist Award. The voting for that award is from October 25 up to the airing of the American Music Awards. The 2010 American Music Awards will air live at 8 p.m. on Sunday, November 21st on ABC at the NOKIA Theatre L.A. There will be a live rep carpet digital pre-show that will be hosted by Danny Gokey, Jennette McCurdy, Lance Bass and Whitney Port and can viewed on ABC.com and Ustream.tv.

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