Halsey Powers Through Wardrobe Malfunction During iHeartRadio Performance
Sporting a pink coif and a little bit black costume, Halsey rocked the iHeartRadio stage together with her boyfriend, Yungblud, by her aspect. Joining the 2 lovebirds was legendary musician Travis Barker who accompanied them on drums. Halsey carried out “Without Me” and was joined by Yungblud for “11 Minutes,” the collaboration they launched simply final month. The couple opted to not stroll the iHeartRadio crimson carpet collectively, however they introduced their electrifying chemistry middle stage.
As partaking as Halsey’s efficiency was, there was a second the place followers had been nervous that the singer’s costume was going to present out. Halsey began off her efficiency in a black gown/robe earlier than she stripped all the way down to a mini costume, however within the means of ripping off the robe, she by chance tore one in every of her steel straps. For the rest of her efficiency, the highest of Halsey’s costume dangled and it seemed as if a nip slip was imminent, however that did not cease her from operating across the stage and giving the viewers a full efficiency.
In addition to taking to the iHeartRadio stage, Halsey additionally was a winner, taking house the Fangirls Award. She was additionally nominated for Female Artist of the Year, Best Lyrics for “Without Me”, and Best Cover Song for “Lucid Dream.”
— Halsey Update Brasil (@HalseyUpdateBR) March 15, 2019
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