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MI NOTICIAS | Rita Ora homenajeará a Avicii en los VMA de este año

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Rita Ora 'will perform Avicii collaboration single Lonely Together at MTV's VMAs in tribute to the late DJ' four months on from his death at 28

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In memory: Rita Ora is reportedly set to perform at MTV's Video Music Awards in tribute to her late friend and DJ Avicii, who died aged 28 on April 20.

 

Speaking about the singer's previous tribute performances, the insider continued: 'She has spoken about him on stage while performing the song but she was thrilled when the VMAs said they would like her to do something at the ceremony.'

 

'Details have been kept secret but it will not be a straightforward performance', they added. MailOnline has contacted Rita's representatives for comment.

 

 

Lonely Together - which was released in August last year - is nominated for the Dance Video and Visual Effects category, alongside the likes of Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa's One Kiss, and Ariana Grande's No Tears Left to Cry.

 

Just a week after Avicii's death, Rita held a minute's silence in honour of her close friend during her performance at Netherlands' 538Koningsdag music festival.

 

The blonde told the 40,000-strong crowd ahead of her performance: 'I'm going to say something which is really, really special because it's going to be hard for me to sing this next song and I'll tell you why. I had the honour of collaborating with somebody who changed my life and he's a really good friend of mine. I'm obviously talking about the incredible Avicii.'

 

 

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Reina pop

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Artistas nuevos amiga, parece que te quedaste pega en el pasado con el castrado :negra2:

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