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Christina Aguilera, Demi Lovato slay diva duet at Billboard music Awards

Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato delivered an epic efficiency of their collaboration "Fall In Line" on the Billboard track Awards on Sunday, may additionally 20, 2018,. (picture: CHRIS PIZZELLO/INVISION)
when you put Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato together onstage, that you may predict an electric efficiency.
and that is the reason exactly what fanatics received at Sunday night's Billboard track Awards when the two powerhouse vocalists united for a dynamic efficiency of their new feminist duet Fall In Line.
Decked out in all black trench coats and surrounded via defense force-style dancers, the divas belted out the rousing anthem from Aguilera's upcoming album Liberation reside onstage for the primary time.
Aguilera, 37, and Lovato, 25, lit up the stage with one of the vital strongest vocals of the night, buying and selling vocal runs backward and forward.
Lovato tweeted her because of her collaborator following the efficiency. "thanks for everything," Lovato says within the tweet.
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Twitter turned into abuzz after their spectacular duet, some hailing it an incredible success.
Singer Adam Lambert tweeted: "DRAMA. A MESSAGE. real talent. fire."
"Xtina and Demi giving you VOCALS," one more fan stated.
in line with another Twitter consumer: "Demi and Xtina did THAT."
The efficiency wasn't the only factor americans have been speaking about on social media. all the way through Shawn Mendes's performance of In My Blood, the digital camera flashed to Lovato with what some lovers mentioned changed into a reputedly blank face.
One person pointed out Lovato has "no relax" for her reaction to Mendes.
one more cited that Lovato's "face be looking like she don't care bout none of those people."
Lovato's facial expression acquired a few laughing emojis from different Twitter clients.
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