Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Fifth Harmony and Zayn Malik are the singers with reality TV ties who walked away with at least one American Music Award this year.

Hosted by model Gigi Hadid and comedian Jay Pharoah, the American Music Awards 2016 took place on Sunday in Los Angeles.

Shelton won Favorite Country Male Artist. Blake beat out Luke Bryan and Thomas Rhett for the award. However, he was unable to attend the awards show and accept the honor in person.

"Holy Shit balls of America!! My 2nd American Music award?!! I love y'all so much..I know it takes time and effort to vote for someone on awards shows and I want y'all to know I truly appreciate it.. thank you," the mainstay The Voice coach tweeted on Monday.

"I'm very sorry I couldn't be there this year. I hope I get that chance again.. Still can't believe it. Thank you!!"

Underwood won the AMAs for Favorite Country Female Artist as well as Favorite Country Album for Storyteller although she was not in the audience to accept the honor. She defeated Kelsea Ballerini and Cam for the win.

"Thank you fans!!! You are the best! @AMAs #CountryAlbum #CountryFemale #CareBears," the fourth-season American Idol winner tweeted Sunday night.

Fifth Harmony, the all-girl group who was discovered on The X Factor's second season, won Collaboration of the Year for their song "Work From Home" featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

The other nominees in this category were The Chainsmokers featuring Daya "Don't Let Me Down," Drake featuring Wizkid & Kyla "One Dance," Rihanna Featuring Drake "Work," and Meghan Trainor featuring John Legend "Like I'm Gonna Lose You."

Zayn, who was previously a member of The X Factor UK's One Direction boyband, walked away with the award for New Artist of the Year unleashed by T-Mobile.

Zayn defeated DNCE, The Chainsmokers, Alessia Cara and Shawn Mendes for the honor.
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