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AMAs hit all-time low, thanks to Michael Vick

JUSTIN TUCK SACKS JUSTIN BIEBER: Sunday night’s ABC's telecast of the American Music Awards hit an all-time low, drawing 11.6 million viewers and a 4.3 adults 18-49 rating, down 22% from 2009. The show was trounced by the Giants @ Eagles match-up on Sunday Night Football on NBC, a tight game featuring a rehabilitated and resurgent Michael Vick going up against the darlings of the nation’s biggest market. That scintillating pairing brought SNF its fourth highest-rated game ever with a 15.9. So, too bad for the AMAs—but damn, that Taylor Swift shore did look purty. (11/23a)

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