Not impressed. Adam Levine didn’t shy away from expressing his disapproval of the 2017 VMAs.
“It’s always exciting to see how utterly horrible the VMAs will be,” the Maroon 5 frontman, 38, tweeted on Sunday, August 27. “They really delivered so far this year. #HOLYF–K.”
The “She Will Be Loved” singer also shared his rage over MTV cutting Julia Michaels’ performance of her hit song, “Issues,” short.
“Julia Michaels gets cut off while she’s singing and Lorde gets to NOT sing her whole song,” Levine quipped. (After tweeting she had come down with the flu, Lorde performed an interpretive dance to the tune of her track “Homemade Dynamite” to give her vocal cords a break).
“Wow @vmas thanks for talking over then cutting to commercial half way through #juliamichaels performance,” the Victoria’s Secret Angel, 28, snarked. “#votejuliamichaels.”
The model was also displeased with host Katy Perry’s lines. “Whoever wrote Katy Perry’s script for the #VMAs, I just want to let you know it’s next level cringe worthy,” Prinsloo added. “#makeitstop.”
More celebrities chimed in to share their outrage over the interruption.
While the breakout artist, 23, has yet to address the intervention, she shared a heartfelt Instagram photo of her performance. “Did tonight happen?! I want to thank everyone that voted for me tonight and have supported me throughout this insane journey,” the “Down” songstress captioned the pic. “Knowing you guys did all you could for me tonight means the world. I love you all.”
Did tonight happen?! I want to thank everyone that voted for me tonight and have supported me through out this insane journey. Knowing you guys did all you could for me tonight means the world. I love you all. ❤️❤️❤️ shout out to @olimastudio for making my incredible dress tonight and to my incredible team for being by my side ALWAYSxx
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