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Seacrest, Wonder, Usher, others praise Dick Clark
Dick Clark, who died earlier this year, was the subject of a special tribute at the American Music Awards, which he created 40 years ago.
**FILE** Dick Clark (right) chats with country music singer Garth Brooks on Jan. 27, 1996, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles following a rehearsal of Brooks' performance for the American Music Awards. (Associated Press)