Stevie Wonder to perform Dick Clark tribute at the AMAs

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Stevie Wonder sings at the University of Cincinnati before U.S. President Barack Obama arrives to eventLOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Stevie Wonder will honor fellow musical icon Dick Clark, who died in April at 82, at the 40th Annual American Music Awards on Sunday, Dick Clark Productions – which produces the show – said Wednesday. Clark created the American Music Awards in 1973. Wonder took home an award for Favorite Soul/R&B Single for "Superstition" that year, and has since won nine American Music Awards. Clark protégé Ryan Seacrest, who will introduce the tribute, called the performance "fitting." "I am honored to be a part of the AMAs tribute to Dick Clark. …

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