The list of things nobody tunes into the American Music Awards to see is a long one, but this year's edition seemed determined to pack in as many of them as possible.
There was the goofy Seattle rapper Macklemore ranting hard about prescription-drug abuse. There was Alanis Morissette, that icon of 1990s alternative pop, performing a song older than many in the broadcast's intended audience. And there were Meghan Trainor and Charlie Puth sharing an uncomfortably i...
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