On the American Music Awards red carpet: Checking in with Taio Cruz, Trey Songz, Gavin Rossdale and Mike Posner
Unlike MTV's VMAs show, the American Music Awards telecast isn't typically known for its spontaneity.
But before taking the AMAs stage Sunday evening, Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale said he wasn't quite sure how his performance alongside guitarist Carlos Santana would play out.
Rehearsals between the two had been "very fluid," Rossdale said. "They change a lot. It's very organic. There's no set arrangement, so we never know what's going to happen."
Rossdale was one of the few performers who took the time to talk to reporters on the red carpet, while Rihanna, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Pink and others rushed inside after posing for photographs. We also didn't catch a glimpse of Willow Smith, the 10-year-old daughter of Will and Jada whose single, "Whip My Hair," has become a viral smash.
Rossdale, who is married and has children with singer Gwen Stefani, said he'd consider allowing his children to become entertainers as well.
"They can do anything, as long as they don't get injured, or injure someone else," he joked.