'Little weirdo' Lorde accepts MuchMusic Video Award in Canada
20 Июня 2017, 10:22 | Anna Nguyen
The blue-pink carpet had been set up early in Toronto, Canada, to welcome iHeartRadio'sMuch Music Video awards, but all flashed when Iggy Azalea appeared, which with her pink apocalyptic toilet showed everyone that she was not wearing underwear.
Lorde, who won the iHeartRadio International Artist of the Year, thanked her Canadian fans. The "Hotline Bling" singer also won for best Canadian single of the year with "One Dance".
Performers included DNCE, fronted by host (and MMVA veteran) Joe Jonas, Iggy Azalea who rocked the crowd with a version of "Switch", Julia Michaels, who performed her single "Issues", and Post Malone, who sang "White Iverson" and "Congratulations". And though Much said that the program isn't done, many from the music industry (including one of MuchFact's founders) think they will kill it off soon.
"How much that program punches above its weight in terms of giving musical artists a chance to have videos, but also giving young filmmakers a chance to make work. that is one of the great talent incubators in this country in film and music", he said.
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