Ciara wasnt nominated but she might have just won the American Music Awards last night.
The 33-year-old delivered a show-stopping performance of her latest single Level Up at the AMAs 2018 and its fair to say she had the entire audience dancing, from Camila Cabello to Cardi B and Dua Lipa.
Armed with a fleet of dancers, Ciara hit the stage with a slick set of choreography reminiscent of Janet Jackson in her heyday and completely smashed it out of the park. Making a guest appearance was Missy Elliott, who surprised the audience with her rap verse.
Needless to say, the audience were on their feet and the nifty cameraman managed to catch various celebrities living their best life to CiCis performance.
Camila, 21, was seen doing a head snap after Ciara delivered an epic dance break while Cardi B almost leapt out of her seat with excitement, clapping her hands and cheering. British singer Dua Lipa also fangirled and was spotted singing along while performing one of the dance moves.
Missys biggest fan, her funky white sister Mary Halsey, was also caught on camera singing her heart out when her idol arrived on stage. Cardi Bs husband Offset appeared to give Ciaras efforts his seal of approval, as he was seen nodding and giving a standing ovation.
It was a huge night for Ciara, who brought her young son Future along as her date leaving husband, Russell Wilson, at home.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet, Ciara revealed: He always has to stay with Russ and hes like, “I want to take her to date night”, so its really cute Were having our time now.
Ciara has probably never been busy right now, promoting Level Up and juggling being a wife and mother to Future and her one-year-old daughter Sienna.
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Detailing her busy lifestyle, Ciara explained: Oh, its fun Ive been having a blast with Bruno, hes one of the best performers of all time. Its a balancing act as its organised chaos.
Its literally like, hop off the plane from Boston, fly back to Seattle to go to Russ game then get back on the plane and come here for rehearsals, then I wake up and take him to school so its a balancing act. The key to it is making sure you map out sleep in your schedule. If you map out sleep, you can survive the balancing act of life and having kids, family and work.
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