The New Zealand pop star was the only Album of the Year nominee who wasn’t asked to perform solo.
There was no lack of controversy at the Grammys Sunday night, but before the show even started, people were taking umbrage with Lorde being the only Album of the Year nominee who wasn’t asked to perform solo.
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While the New Zealand native was asked to perform “American Girl” as part of a Tom Petty tribute, and did still make a statement on the red carpet, the audience saw relatively little of Lorde for an Album of the Year nominee during the telecast.
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