There's always love at the American Music Awards—but it doesn't always last. 

With the 2019 show just days away, fans can expect some of Hollywood's most famous pairings to make their way to Los Angeles to step out on the red carpet on Sunday in honor of one of music's biggest nights.

Keep your eyes peeled for a joint appearance from "Señorita" duo and behind-the-scenes couple Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello, who are up for an award together for Collaboration of the Year. Meanwhile, will Artist of the Year nominee Taylor Swift show up alongside British beau Joe Alwyn? And can we count on the J Sisters to accompany their famous husbands, Nick JonasJoe Jonasand Kevin Jonas, to the show this year?

While we just have to wait and see which couples turn the American Music Awards into a very glamorous date night, the annual ceremony has been known to attract Tinseltown's most famous twosomes over the years. 

And, while the romances don't always carry on long after, the photos last forever. 

So, without further ado, take a walk down AMA memory lane and revisit some of music's most recognized couples on the carpet...before their relationships went kaput. 

American Music Awards Couples - SELENA GOMEZ, JUSTIN BEIBER 2011

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American Music Awards Couples - Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale 2006

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American Music Awards Couples - Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, John Stamos 2002

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American Music Awards Couples - Joel Madden and Hilary Duff 2005

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American Music Awards Couples - Lance Armstrong and Sheryl Crow 2005

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American Music Awards Couples - Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey 2004

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American Music Awards Couples - J.C. Chasez and Eva Longoria 2004

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American Music Awards Couples - Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake 2001

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American Music Awards Couples - Pamela Anderson, Kid Rock 2002

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