American Music Awards 2017: 10 Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments

Diana Ross' family affair, Pink and Kelly Clarkson's gravity-defying voices, BTS' American television debut and more big moments from the 2017 AMAs.

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WORST: Portugal. The Man's defection from Computerworld
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WORST: Portugal. The Man's defection from Computerworld

The awkwardly punctuated quintet Portugal. The Man are responsible for this year's left-field rock crossover hit: the simmering "Feel It Still," which resembles a cross between Selena Gomez's "Hands to Myself," a Black Keys b-side, and a moody turn-of-the-decade car commercial. While alt-rock acts are supposed to chafe against being ushered into the pop world, the opening disclaimer to their performance – a backdrop that read, in huge letters, "NO COMPUTERS UP HERE, JUST LIVE INSTRUMENTS" – came off as mean-spirited and, well, kind of silly, given that their stage setup was laden with synthesizers and pedals that are powered by… oh, why spoil it. 

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