Lorde responds to Iggy Azalea's critique of her 'inappropriate' Nirvana performance

New Zealand based singer played with Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic earlier this year

Lorde responds to Iggy Azalea's critique of her 'inappropriate' Nirvana performance

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Lorde has responded to Iggy Azalea's comments about her performing with Nirvana earlier this year, suggesting that Azalea may not have meant what she said.

Azalea criticised Lorde's performance at Nirvana's Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction, arguing that her appearance wasn't appropriate.

Reacting to the comments made by Azalea in an interview with Confidential, via the Herald Sun, Lorde proved diplomatic and said: “I enjoyed it. I had a good time. That’s all that mattered. I've been in a position where I’ve said something in an interview where I’ve thought: 'Damn, I wish I could take that back.

She added: "I don't know how (Iggy) is feeling about it. But anyone who’s doing well deserves respect, and I respect what she’s doing."

Lorde, St Vincent, Joan Jett and Kim Gordon, formerly of Sonic Youth, joined the remaining members of Nirvana for a special performance to mark the band's induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame on April 10.


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