Best and Worst of the 2012 American Music Awards
Best: Stevie Wonder's Dick Clark tribute
Wonder paid tribute to the "World's Oldest Teenager" tonight with a soulful medley that included such tunes as "My Cherie Amour," "You Can Feel It All Over" and "SIr Duke," and it proved a fitting memorial performance for a man who served as a trailblazer in the world of pop music and helped launch Wonder's own career decades ago via "American Bandstand." Backed by a full band, Wonder's voice was in terrific shape given his 62 years, and he brought some much-needed old-school charm to the proceedings that had the audience in the Nokia Theater jumping to their feet.
- Chris Eggertsen