Alicia Keys Allegedly Cancels Her World Cup Performance At The Last Minute.


After 'fighting' with the choreographer, the Aceshowbiz Team, Alicia Keys allegedly cancels her World Cup performance at the last minute.

Alicia Keys appears to be a "Girl on Fire" in real life. A choreographer has accused the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter of canceling her World Cup performance at the last minute after a "fight" with Barbarana Pons, the event's choreographer.

Barbarana stated without more explanation that Alicia "resigned at the last minute" when speaking on Catalan radio station RAC1. Barbarana claimed that the 41-year-old artist's decision was influenced more by creative differences than by the nation's human rights debates.

Since "everything is measured to the millimeter," Barbarana continued, she had been "fighting" with the "If I Ain't Got You" singer over the usage of a piano "for days." Barbarana continued by saying that "till yesterday," she believed the concert would go on.

Alicia, who has never been officially announced as a performer, has not yet made a statement about the situation. Due to Qatar's contentious stance on human rights, which includes the mistreatment and deaths of migrant workers and the fact that same-sex relationships are prohibited, it is said that the prestigious soccer event, which will take place there this year, has had difficulty drawing artists to perform at the occasion.

According to the Daily Mail, due to the nation's track record on human rights, Dua Lipa, Shakira, and Rod Stewart all reportedly declined lucrative performance offers. Dua, on the other hand, said that she had never "been involved in any discussion to perform."

"Many people believe that I'll be appearing at the World Cup opening ceremony in Qatar. I won't be performing, and I've never agreed to anything through negotiations "She posted on Instagram Stories. When Qatar has complied with all of the commitments it made when it was awarded the right to host the World Cup, I will be rooting for England from a distance and look forward to visiting the country.

Shakira was "never in talks," according to a source close to the singer, to perform during the opening ceremony. The purported source went on to speculate that the false claims might have originated from the opening ceremony planners compiling a list of performers they would want to have.

Rod was given a $1 million contract to play in Qatar, but he declined it because of the country's human rights record. When asked about the controversies surrounding the World Cup host country, the rock musician himself stated that he believed it would be improper to perform there.

According to the 77-year-old rocker, "I was actually promised a lot of money, over $1 million, to play there 15 months ago. "I rejected it. Going is improper. Iran should also be investigated for providing armaments, "referring to drones that were given by the nation to Russia, which was prohibited from the competition.

Rod, who is well-known as an ally of the LGBTQ+ community, also stated that he believes supporters watching matches in Qatar, where being gay may result in imprisonment or even the death penalty for Muslims, "have got to watch out."

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