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Lorde Performs 'Tennis Court' at MuchMusic Video Awards 2014 - Watch Now!

Lorde Performs 'Tennis Court' at MuchMusic Video Awards 2014 - Watch Now!

Lorde hits the stage for a performance at the 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards on Sunday evening (June 15) held at MuchMusic HQ in Toronto, Canada.

The 17-year-old singer performed her latest hit “Tennis Court” for the crowd and she even picked up an award during the show – International Video of the Year for her smash hit song “Royals”!

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“thankyou canada and @Much !! 💡” Lorde tweeted after the show. “oh almost forgot.. you gave me the international video of the year award?! THANK you 💡💡💡 holla atcha boy @joelkefali.”


Lorde – “Tennis Court”
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Photos: PacificCoastNewsOnline, Courtesy of Much
Posted to: 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards, Lorde, Video

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5 Responses to “Lorde Performs 'Tennis Court' at MuchMusic Video Awards 2014 - Watch Now!”

  1. 1
    Tivolieclipse Says:

    Everything about her are contrived affectation. What a boor.

  2. 2
    Tivolieclipse Says:

    …affectations. The music industry is in desperate need of music and musicians/artists.

  3. 3
    Mnemnomn Says:

    I think her music and Lana del Rey’s is pretty similar. But it’s ok, I like to listen to it. I like that she doesn’t play on her sexuality and shove her body in our faces. Just wish she would work a little more on her voice to make it less talking/whispering and more powerful. But she’s so young, she can keep working on it.

  4. 4
    Gina Says:

    I like the idea of her, but she is too of the moment and contrived to have longevity.

  5. 5
    Lee Says:

    She’s too spazzy to watch

    Yea I think she was suppd yo be the new Alanis Morrisette but her album aint no jagged little pill, except for royals.the rest is filler, no more hits

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