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The list highlights 25 influential teenagers including Chloe Moretz, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Jaden Smith, Bethany Mota and Kiernan Shipka.
The upcoming 42nd annual AMAs also includes nominees like One Direction, Beyonce Knowles, Katy Perry, Chris Brown, and 5 Seconds of Summer.
Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Kylie Minogue and Chris Martin are other stars covering the classic to help promote the launch of BBC Music.
The singer, who's curating the soundtrack, recently released an original song titled 'Yellow Flicker Beat' that she recorded for the movie.
The New Zealand teen's new song is the first to be released from the soundtrack of the new movie scheduled to hit U.S. theaters on November 21.
The girl, who thinks she's being brought to a waterpark, starts freaking out when she's told by her parents that they're actually going to a Lorde concert.
The track, which will be featured on the 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1' soundtrack, will be released on September 29.
The second day of the Las Vegas music festival is made merry by Lorde, One Direction, Ed Sheeran, and Macklemore.
According to Page Six, the rapper and the pop sensation will start working together in the studio soon.
The singer, who's currently curating the soundtrack for 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1', is also expected to work on the follow-up to her 'Pure Heroine' album.
Drake, whose 'Hold On (We're Going Home)' wins over Eminem's 'Berzerk' and Kanye West's 'Black Skinhead', wasn't there to collect his Moonman.
In addition to providing a song for 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1', the 'Royals' singer will hand-pick the artists for the soundtrack album.
The family visited the tourist attraction while in Canada and the singer's father took the opportunity to propose to her mother.
Other performers at the event include Imagine Dragons, who performs their 'Demons' and 'Radioactive', and big winner Hedley who kicks off the show with 'Crazy for You'.
The Australian raptress says that she didn't mean to diss the New Zealand singer when she called the Nirvana tribute 'inappropriate' in a recent interview with Billboard.