Bebe Rexha; Photo Courtesy of AMAs/ABC
Bebe Rexha; Photo Courtesy of AMAs/ABC

Bebe Rexha Performs Nightclub Anthem “I’m Good (Blue)” At 2022 American Music Awards

Bebe Rexha delivered an epic performance of their nightclub anthem during the 2022 American Music Awards (AMAs) on Sunday evening (Nov. 20).

The GRAMMY-nominated artists brought their new collaboration, “I’m Good (Blue),” to life on the Microsoft Theater stage during the AMAs.

“‘Cause I’m good, yeah, I’m feelin’ alright / Baby, I’ma have the best fuckin’ night of my life / And wherever it takes me, I’m down for the ride / Baby, don’t you know I’m good? Yeah, I’m feelin’ alright,” Rexha sings on the chorus of the tune. 

Rexha was joined by a team of professional dancers, who danced in perfect sync with Rexha throughout the performance.

The performance marked Rexha’s first-ever performance on the American Music Awards.

Co-written by Rexha alongside Kamille, “I’m Good (Blue)” heavily samples the widely-popular Eiffel 65 hit “Blue (Da Ba Dee).” The track was composed by Rexha alongside Deba Dakaj, Phil Plested and Guetta. The tune was produced by Guetta and Timofey Reznikov. 

The song is currently nominated for Best Dance/Electronic Recording at the upcoming 65th Annual Grammy Awards.

The 2022 American Music Awards featured performances from Rexha, Guetta, Carrie Underwood, Imagine Dragons, P!NK, Yola, Anitta, D-Nice (House DJ), Dove Cameron, GloRilla, J.I.D., Lil Baby, WizKid, Tems, and more.

P!nk, who kicked off the AMAs with the live debut of her latest single “Never Gonna Not Dance Again,” also delivered an emotional tribute performance to the late Olivia Newton-John, who died of breast cancer at 73-years-old in August of 2022.

Stevie Wonder also joined forces with Ari Lennox and Charlie Puth to perform a medley of Lionel Richie’s hit songs in honor of the American Idol judge and former Commodores member, who is the 2022 AMAs Icon Award recipient.

Additionally, Jimmie Allen, Meghan Trainor, Dan + Shay, Dustin Lynch, Ellie Goulding, Jessie James Decker, Kelly Rowland, Kim Petras, Latto, Melissa Etheridge, Sabrina Carpenter and Smokey Robinson, Karreuche Tran, Roselyn Sanchez, Niecy Nash-Betts and Sheryl Lee Ralph, and Liza Koshy were on hand to present during the coveted awards show ceremony.

Hosted by Wayne Brady, the 2022 American Music Awards aired live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Nov. 20 at 8/7c on ABC. 

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