The singer caused controversy during her last VMA appearance in 2017, when she chose not to sing and instead danced to her song “Homemade Dynamite.”
After letting people scratch their heads in 2017 after her live performance on MTV Video Music Awards, Mister has withdrawn from her scheduled appearance for next weekend’s event.
MTV published the announcement for her in a tweet, who writes that “due to a change in production elements, Lorde can no longer appear on this year’s show.”
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VMA’s social media account continued to emphasize: “We love Lorde and can not wait for her to appear on the VMA stage in the future!”
Certainly her fans were looking forward to her taking the stage – and this time she was hoping she might even sing. In 2017, Lorde went on stage with her song “Homemade Dynamite”, but she did not sing, nor did she try to synchronize lips.
Instead, she performed a very intense dance that, while expressive, left fans confused and confused. Lorde has given no explanation for her absence at this year’s festivities, but she did explain what happened four years ago.
“you can not tell in these pictures, but I have the flu so bad that I needed an IV #showgoeson #cutelilproppedupcorpse,” Lorde tweeted at the time, per. Deadline. While the tweet was very widespread at the time, Lorde’s Twitter account is currently scrubbed free of all tweets.
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Faced with backlash over the fact that she did not actually sing during this performance, Lorde took to Twitter again and pushed back on it, saying, “I danced with full f —— joy.” She then wondered that people did not like it “because it is so private to see someone experience such joy in public.”
This time, Lorde would have appeared as an advertisement for his new album, “Solar Power”. The title track has been nominated for best film at this year’s VMAs.
Arranged by Doja Cat, this year’s festivities will include the long-awaited return of Justin Bieber, who will still be performing, who have been VMAs absent since 2015. Lil Nas X, Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Olivia Rodrigo, Machine are also scheduled to perform. Gun Kelly and 21 pilots.
The “2021 MTV VMAs” airs live next Sunday, September 12 at 20.00 ET on MTV and The CW.
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