Looks like octogenarian Dick Clark is once again making the Wal-Mart Awards, I mean the AMA's, more relevant for the kids with a 40 year old film of the Fab Four. A performance by The Beatles that reportedly hasn't been aired in 40 years will be broadcast during Sunday's American Music Awards. According to BBC and Associated Press reports, producer Dick Clark said the two-and-a-half minute segment shows The Beatles playing "She Loves You" and "I Want To Hold Your Hand" on an unknown British television show. "We've got a wonderful old ... tape that's been lost for 40 years that nobody's seen since it first aired," Clark reportedly said. The film will be an awakening for most of the nominees, a band that writes and plays their instruments. Who knew?
Just so you can TiVo the excitement, here are some details for the 32nd Annual American Music Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Scheduled performers include Kenny Chesney, Fantasia Barrino, Josh Groban, Toby Keith, Alicia Keys, Lenny Kravitz, John Mayer, Maroon 5, Pharrell Williams, Jessica Simpson, Snoop Dogg, Gwen Stefani, Rod Stewart, Twista, Uncle Kracker, Usher, Kanye West and Gretchen Wilson.
Was William Hung too busy?